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  • People were shown on state TV calling Wang Wei a model for China's youth, the kind of person who will build a strong China.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2001

  • Wang Wei , chairman of the Chinese Museum of Finance, tweeted, In a society with an authoritarian political system, monopolistic business environment, backward-looking culture and prevalent technology theft, talking about a master of innovation?

    China Frets: Innovators Stymied Here

  • The Jinling staging, which dates from 2008, gives credit to three choreographers (Ying Zhiqi, Lu Ling and Wu Ning), as many composers (Fang Ming, Wang Wei and Hui Peifeng), and two "stage art" designers (Zhou Danlin and Yuan Ye), as well as individuals for lighting, props, costumes and sound design.

    From Controversial Epic to a Generic Flower

  • Wang Wei at Guotai Junan Securities said investors are piling into the stock because the company, a major water supplier in Chongqing, is the biggest listed water company in China.

    for Investors

  • Wang Wei at Guotai Junan Securities said investors are piling into the stock as the company, a major water supplier in Chongqing, is the biggest listed water company in China.

    Most Asian Shares Rise; China Surges on Futures News

  • EP-3 surveillance plane and a Chinese F-8 jet collided above Hainan, killing China's Wang Wei.

    More Than Fooling Around

  • In 2001, when China won the right to host the games, Wang Wei, the organizing committee's executive vice president, was widely quoted as saying, "We will give the media complete freedom to report when they come to China."

    Monroe Price: How to Read the Great Olympics Internet Censorship Drama

  • Wang Wei, the Chinese pilot who collided with a A US EP-3 Aries II spy plane on March 31st, 2001

    Mary Lyon: The "Bush Effect" -- Hopefully for a Third and Last Time

  • Back in 2001, Wang Wei, the head of Beijing's 2008 Olympic bid campaign famously told the International Olympic Committee "We will give the media complete freedom to report when they come to China."

    David Flumenbaum: The Great Olympic Swindle: How China Tricked the World on Press Freedom

  • But Wang Wei, a senior official with the Beijing organising committee Bocog, said other Olympics had experienced similar problems.

    Empty Seats at Olympics

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