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Sun Yuting In July 1825, Sun Yuting was restored to the civil service as a "bianxiu" (編修; compiler and editor) in the Hanlin Academy under the "xiuzhi" (休致) system for retired officials. In 1834, he was awarded the privilege of wearing the hat of a fourth-grade official. He died in the same year at the age of 82.
Sun Yuting Sun Yuting's family was an elite family of scholar-bureaucrats who served in high-ranking positions in the Qing government for over three generations. Since 1804, they had also been running a family business, Yutang Jiangyuan (玉堂醬園), which is now known as the Jining Yutang Sauce and Pickles Shop Co., Ltd..
Sun Yuting Sun Yuting's father, Sun Kuotu (孫擴圖), obtained a "juren" position in the imperial examination in 1735. He served as the Magistrate (知縣) of Qiantang County (錢塘縣; now part of Hangzhou) and was a friend of the painter Zheng Xie.
Fang Yuting Fang Yuting (; born 21 December 1989) is a Chinese female archer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics she competed for her country in the women's team event.
Sun Yuting Sun Yuting was from Jining, Shandong Province. He sat for the palace-level imperial examination in 1775 and obtained the position of a "tong jinshi chushen" (third class graduate). He was admitted to the Hanlin Academy, where he served as a "shujishi" (庶吉士). In August 1802, he was promoted from "buzhengshi" (布政使; Lieutenant-Governor) of Hubei Province to Provincial Governor of Guangxi Province. On 29 October 1803, he was reassigned to serve as the Provincial Governor of Guangdong Province. Around December 1804, he was transferred back to Guangxi, but was relocated back to Guangdong on 4 July 1805 until 1808.
Sun Yuting Sun Yuting's eldest son, Sun Shanbao (孫善寶; 1772–1853), obtained a "juren" position in the imperial examination and served as a Vice Secretary of Justice and Provincial Governor of Jiangsu Province.
Sun Yuting Sun Yuting (1752–1834), courtesy name Jiashu and pseudonym Jipu, was a Chinese official of the Qing dynasty. He served as the Provincial Governor of Jiangxi, Jiangsu and Anhui provinces, Viceroy of Huguang and Liangjiang, and as a member of the Grand Council.
Sun Yuting In 1810, Sun Yuting was appointed as the Provincial Governor of Yunnan Province before he was later promoted to Viceroy of Huguang and then Viceroy of Liangjiang. In March 1821, while serving as Viceroy of Liangjiang, he was also given the honorary title of Assisting Grand Secretary (協辦大學士). In August 1824, he was promoted to Grand Secretary of Tiren Cabinet (體仁閣大學士). However, he was subsequently dismissed from office in 1824 due to a breach in the Yellow River embankment, which was under his supervision.
Yuting Township Yuting Township () is a township-level division of Xingtang County, Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China.
Gu Yuting Gu Yuting (; born January 14, 1995) is a Chinese table tennis player. She won a gold medal in the Women's singles event at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. In addition, Gu holds the distinction of having competed at the World Junior Table Tennis Championships for 5 straight years (2009–13) and winning the World Junior Girls' Doubles title on all 5 occasions.