Ting Zhu may refer to:
Zhu Ting is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Dalian Yifang in the Chinese Super League.
Zhu Ting is a Chinese professional female volleyball player. She is the Outside Hitter and Captain of the Chinese women's volleyball national team, and currently plays for Turkish club Vakıfbank Istanbul.
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Fei Yu-ching (simplified Chinese: 费玉清; traditional Chinese: 費玉清; pinyin: Fèi Yùqīng; born Chang Yen-ting, is a Taiwanese singer-songwriter and host.
Zhu Ling may refer to:
Sports are a popular recreation activity in Taiwan. Some of the most common sports include basketball, baseball, football, badminton and softball. Martial arts such as t'ai chi ch'uan and taekwondo are also practiced by many people. International-known athletes include Yang Chuan-kwang, Chi Cheng, and Yani Tseng among others.
Jasmine, also known as Ting Chu, is a singer-songwriter who made her debut in the Taiwanese music industry in 2007. She has a contract under start-up recording company HummingBird Music, the same company Hong Kong-based band Soler belongs to.
Zhu is the pinyin romanization of four Chinese surnames: 朱, 祝, 竺, and 諸. It is alternatively spelled Chu in the Wade–Giles romanization system, and Choo.
Hey Girl was a Taiwanese girl group. Channel [V] held an audition for the show Blackie's Teenage Club (我愛黑澀會), a variety show that aims to create new female entertainers in Taiwan. At the end of 2005, Channel [V] picked nine members to represent the other girls. These nine members were Gui Gui, Ning Er, MeiMei, Apple, Hsiao Hsun, Ya Tou, Hsiao Man, Bae Tung Tung, and Ta Ya. Together, they are affectionately known as the Nine Beauties for short.
The China women's national volleyball team represents the People's Republic of China in international volleyball competitions and friendly matches, governed by Chinese Volleyball Association. They are one of the leading and most successful squads in women's international volleyball and a worshipful sports team in China, having won nine championships titles in the three major international competitions of volleyball, including World Cup four times, World Championship twice and Olympic Game titles three times. The current head coach is Lang Ping, executive coach is An Jiajie. The team now ranks the first place in the FIVB World Ranking.
Shaolin Popey (笑林小子) is a 1994 Taiwanese kung fu comedy film directed by a Kevin Chu. The movie premiere was on 21 July 1994. It is starred Lin Zhiying, Xu Ruoxuan, Hao Shaowen, Shi Xiaolong, and Zhang Zhenyue. Lin Zhiying and Zhang Zhenyue also sang. The movie tells a story that a young boy helps his older brother to win the love of a girl. It is a youth comedy. The hero celebrity is Lin Zhiying, little comedian Jimmy Hao Shao Wen, the mainland kung fu boy Shi Xiaolong. Singer Zhang Zhenyue and Taiwan's new pure girl Xu Ruoxuan have become big highlights of the film, and the performance of Hong Kong stars Xu Haoying, Yuan Qiong Dan, Qin Pei can not be ignored. The movie itself has two related movie spin-offs, Messy Temple (笑林小子2之新烏龍院) and Super Mischieves (新烏龍院2之無敵反鬥星).
Events from the year 1999 in Taiwan, Republic of China. This year is numbered Minguo 88 according to the official Republic of China calendar.
Love Through Different Times, also known as Funniest Stories of the Ming's Royalists, is a 2002 Chinese television comedy-drama.
Wang Yunlu is a female Chinese volleyball player. She won the 2013 FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship.
Zheng Yixin is a female Chinese volleyball player. She is the Middle Blocker of China women's national volleyball team. She played at 2015 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix Final round, which was held in Omaha, Nebraska.
Chen Wan Ting is a Taiwanese female volleyball player. She was part of the Chinese Taipei women's national volleyball team.
Wang Mengjie is a Chinese female volleyball player. She is part of the China women's national volleyball team. On club level she played for Shandong in 2015.
The FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship is an international women's club volleyball competition organised by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB), the sport's global governing body. The competition was first contested in 1991 in Brazil. It was not held between 1995 and 2009, but since 2010, the competition has been held every year, and has been hosted by Qatar, Switzerland, the Philippines and Japan. FIVB has announced that the following two editions of the competition will be held in Zhejiang Province of China.
The China women's national under-20 volleyball team represents China in women's under-20 volleyball Events, it is controlled and managed by the Chinese Volleyball Association that is a member of Asian volleyball body Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC) and the international volleyball body government the Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB).
Chinese Taipei is competing at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia, from 18 August to 2 September 2018. At the last Games in Incheon, the country bagged a total 51 medals, including 10 gold, 18 silver, and 23 bronze. This time, Chinese Taipei is set to send a 738-strong team to compete in 36 of 40 sporting events, including 588 athletes.