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  ask. | magazine of the College of Liberal Arts at Washington State University
Chen Yi is the daughter of Chinese physicians in Guangzhou.
But the morning we spoke via phone, Chen Yi was at her home in Kansas City where she was tending to commitments made to doctoral students at the University of Missouri Conservatory, commitments made last year prior to her winning the Ives Living award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Chen Yi’s personality and her work have been described as exuberant and buoyant, a hybrid of her American experiences and native Chinese culture.
libarts.wsu.edu /ask/ask1-1/chen-yi.html   (1658 words)

 Chen Yun Summary
Chen Yun was noteworthy for his continuous place in the inner group of Chinese leaders and long service on the Central Committee and Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), yet was never a contender for top leader from the 1930s until his death in 1995.
Chen held no high positions during the 1980s, except for his membership on the Central Committee; due to his prestige and influence, however, he was considered fifth in the hierarchy.
Chen Yun (Simplified Chinese: 陈云; Traditional Chinese: 陳雲; pinyin: Chén Yún) (June 13, 1905 – April 10, 1995) was one of the most influential leaders of the People's Republic of China.
www.bookrags.com /Chen_Yun   (625 words)

 Li Fu-jen: Chen Tu-hsiu - Chinese Revolutionist (1942)
The cause of his death was not stated in the dispatch, but Chen had been seriously ill of a heart ailment for a considerable time and this, it may be presumed, finally brought him to the end of his career.
Chen Tu-hsiu embodied in his political personality a remarkable, though by no means unique, contradiction which set the severest limitations on his career as a revolutionist – the fact that he became a revolutionary fighter and leader, a champion of the oppressed, a Communist, without ever becoming a Marxist.
Among the intellectuals Chen was esteemed mainly as a philosopher and as a rare master of the Chinese language.
www.marxists.org /archive/glass/1942/08/chenduxiu.htm   (2760 words)

 E-Notes: Taiwan's Chen Shui-Bian: a President's Progress - FPRI
Chen had won only 39 per cent of the vote in a new and untried democratic system with the legislature still dominated by the opposition.
Chen tried again on June 25, 2000 declaring more clearly that “one China” was not just a question but a principle upheld by both sides, yet each with a different meaning.
Chen spent the better part of his first summer tangled in these coils, allowing the KMT in the legislature to coalesce after the shock of the loss of the presidency.
www.fpri.org /enotes/asia.20010511.sicherman.chenprogress.html   (2724 words)

 Indiana State University : College of Arts and Sciences : CAS in the News : 2005 CAS Distinguished Professor Aimin Chen
Chen applied for the position in October after a friend told her the university was opening up its eight vice presidential positions to applicants from all over the world.
Chen’s advocacy came through when China’s education minister came to Sichuan University in March to formally announce the appointment of the new vice presidents since the recruiting process represented a big reform step in China’s education circle.
Chen lists among the challenges of her new job her role as both an administrator and an economist, undertaking reform in higher education similar to that underway in China’s state enterprises, existing the economics curriculum by adding courses in Western economics, working to further internationalize the campus and expanding revenue sources.
www.indstate.edu /cas/casinnews/2005dp.htm   (755 words)

 ED051900:  Taiwan's Presidential Inauguration Democracy Rules   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chen doesn't have to read the polls to know that well over 65% of the population doesn't want him to address the "one China" issue at all, and this alone would keep him from adventuresome forays into "creative" new ideas on how to please Beijing.
Chen's top advisor on China affairs, the portion of Chen's speech dealing with China is grounded in two principles: 1) respect for Taiwan's national identity and 2) goodwill toward China.
Chen's repeated hope is that his speech "doesn't give China an excuse to cause trouble." So, with warm words and an outstretched hand, Chen seeks to defuse China's suspicions and in the process make China appear churlish and unreasonable to the rest of the international community.
www.heritage.org /Press/Commentary/ED051900.cfm   (935 words)

 John Edwards' One America Committee - Raising the States: Vermont   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chen ran on his long record of community involvement and leadership in health care and education.
Combining his interests in education and health, Chen was a key proponent of a successful school and nutrition and wellness bill, which addresses the growing problem of childhood obesity and inactivity.
As a member of the Royalton selectboard, she saw the interconnectedness between the municipalities and the state, and when a seat opened up after redistricting, Royalton and Tunbridge became a brand new district and Rozo began to have thoughts of running for the legislature.
oneamericacommittee.com /action/raise-the-states/vermont   (1473 words)

 Proposal on Chen rejected State licensing board reviews doctor's case
Chen also denied having his privileges restricted or suspended on several licensure renewal forms, when in fact St. Joseph disciplined him eight times between 1991 and 1997.
Miller said the state hospital licensure board has found no deficiencies in the hospitals' peer review process, and that Chen was watched closely near the end of his tenure.
He continued to hail Chen as a gifted doctor, noting that the hospitals have received hundreds of letters in support of Chen, who has cared for thousands of children in the Fort Wayne area.
www.peerreview.org /drchen2.htm   (564 words)

 Dr. Peter Chen, Expert Witness
Recently, Dr. Chen was honored by the selection of his original ER model paper as one of the 38 most influential papers in Computer Science according to a survey of 1,000 computer science college professors (Table of Contents, Great Papers in Computer Science, edited by P. Laplante, West Publishing, 1996).
Chen has made significant impact on the CASE industry by his research work and by his lecturing around the world on structured system development methodologies.
Chen is a Fellow of the IEEE, the ACM, and the AAAS.
www.peterchen.com   (1067 words)

 An Overview of Quality of Service Routing for Next-Generation High-Speed Networks
The global state kept by a node is always an approximation of the current network state due to the nonnegligible delay of propagating local states.
The communication overhead to maintain the global state is proportional to the size of the network and the frequency of broadcasting local states.
The precision of the global state at a node is in inverse proportion to the diameter of the network and the frequency of broadcasting local states.
www.comsoc.org /~ni/private/1998/nov/Chen.html   (11559 words)

 Academic Departments - College of Liberal Arts - Music Department - Adjunct Faculty - Jay Chen
Jay Chen obtained his bachelor's degree from the Sichuan Conservatory of Music in China, and his master's degree from Oregon State University.
Professor Chen is a trumpet instructor at OSU and Willamette University.
Chen is the principle trumpet for the Portland Opera and the Salem Chamber Orchestra.
www.willamette.edu /cla/music/faculty/chen.htm   (177 words)

 The Epoch Times | What Brand of "Chinese Culture" does Chinese State Councilor Chen Zhili Represent?
State Councilor Chen Zhili of the People's Republic of China went to South Africa on July 11 for the opening of the "Voyage of Chinese Culture to Africa." She also visited Zimbabwe and Tanzania, where she was served with a lawsuit for he role in the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners.
A brief examination of Chen reveals a career spent denying the freedoms of speech and belief, and, in her enthusiastic persecution of Falun Gong, attempting to control a nation's thoughts and beliefs through brainwashing and torture, denying honest students access to education, while promulgating hate propaganda and indoctrinating children with deadly prejudice.
Chen Zhili first rose to prominence as an enemy of free speech.
www.theepochtimes.com /news/4-7-30/22647.html   (833 words)

 Jerome F. Keating's writings
Instead of taking Chen to task, the State Department should have been taking the PRC to task in not accepting the Guidelines in the first place and violating their goal in the second.
Zoellick stated that it was upset because Chen did not seem to keep his word and the U.S. expects its allies to keep their word.
Chen must watch his rhetoric, but the PRC is free to utter whatever it wants.
zen.sandiego.edu /Jerome/1147780521/index_html   (1519 words)

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State updates corresponding to far away destinations are propagated with lower frequency than those for close by destinations.
Through updating link state information with different frequencies depending on the fisheye scope distance, FSR scales well to large network size and keeps overhead low without compromising route computation accuracy when the destination is near.
Link state packets are generated and flooded into the network periodically or whenever a node detects a topology change.
www.ietf.org /proceedings/01mar/I-D/manet-fsr-00.txt   (3968 words)

 SAN FRANCISCO / Lee wanted to help son, ex-lawyer says / Testimony shows indicted fundraiser sought political power
A redacted transcript of Chen's grand jury testimony that was made public this week shows Chen participated with Lee in an alleged scheme in which part of a state grant was diverted to Shelley's campaign.
A transcript of Chen's state grand jury testimony reveals that Lee discussed with her nonprofit's board that her son Andrew needed big-name, big-star endorsements for his 2002 Board of Supervisors race.
Chen testified he was unaware that a falsified invoice had been sent to the state Department of Parks and Recreation to obtain the grant.
sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/12/01/BAG23G12MQ1.DTL   (738 words)

 TheEdge: Intercultural Communication via E-mail Debate by Guo Ming Chen
The former has a liner thinking pattern that leads people to shift from information already stated to information about to be given in order to let the listener understand the speaker, while the latter tend to jump from idea to idea on the important points without paying attention to the details.
Guo-Ming Chen is an associate professor of Communication Studies at the University of Rhode Island.
Chen recently co-authored (with William Starosta) the textbook Foundations of Intercultural Communication, published by Allyn and Bacon.
www.interculturalrelations.com /v1i4Fall1998/f98chen.htm   (4889 words)

 Appalachian State University News » News Archive » Business faculty at Appalachian honored for excellence ...
Chen also serves as a reviewer for many well-known journals in his field, including MIS Quarterly and the Journal of Information Science and Technology.
Chen received a master of business administration in international management from the American Graduate School of International Management in 1997 and a Ph.D. in MIS from Claremont Graduate University in 2003.
Chen was recognized for his research, Baker was honored for his contributions as a non-tenured faculty member, Millsaps was recognized for his teaching and Harris was honored for his service to the college.
www.news.appstate.edu /2006/08/31/business-3   (677 words)

 Learning From Asia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chen said her experience as a first-generation Chinese-American puts her in a unique position to promote understanding and cooperation between the peoples of Asia and America.
Chen began her professional career in 1964, working for the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services, where she started as a social worker and was promoted to administrator.
Chen said her unsuccessful bid for Congress 11 years ago was her last foray into politics.
www.asianweek.com /042299/news_newsmaker.html   (733 words)

 Chen, Wai-Kai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Q.Z. Zha and W.K. Chen, "Broad-band Impedance Matching of the RLC Generator and Load," Journal of the Franklin Institute, Vol.
X.Y. Wu, H. Chen, W. Tan and W.K. Chen, "The Improvement of the Hardware Design of Artificial CNN and a Fast Algorithm of CNN Component Detector," Journal of the Franklin Institute, Vol.
Shinoda, W.K. Chen, T. Yasuda, Y. Kajitani, and W. Mayeda, "A Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Any Tree of a Connected Graph to be a DFS-Tree of One of Its 2-Isomorphic Graphs," Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, New Orleans, Louisiana, pp.
www.ece.uic.edu /~chen   (1516 words)

 Chiliang Chen
Lai, X., Gao, H., Chen, C., Guo, T, and Liu, Y. The relationship between the development of physiological races of rice blast fungus Pyricularia oryzae and the deployment of the rice cultivars in Guangxi.
Lai, X., Gao, H., Chen, C., Guo, T, Wu, M and Li, D. The identification and utilization of resistant source for rice blast disease from wild rice germplasm.
Chen, C., Groth, D. Huffstetler, N. M, Morris, H. and Rush, M. Microbes associated with dechlorination of thiobencarb in a specific South Louisiana rice-field soil.
www.public.iastate.edu /~gbeattie/lab_group/chiliang_chen.htm   (504 words)

 OSU College of Education and Human Ecology - HEC News
Chen received both his master's and doctorate with emphasis on consumer economics from Ohio State in 1996 and 1997.
While at Ohio State, Chen had a number of publications related to household investment decisions, and he continued publishing research in financial journals after he joined Ibbotson Associates.
Chen received a bachelor's degree in Industrial Management Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology.
www.hec.ohio-state.edu /news/af/chen.php   (600 words)

 News Releases
The award was established 10 years ago by the Presidential Advisory Board on Equity and Diversity to recognize and honor outstanding contributions to equity and diversity within the CSUN community.
In presenting Chen with the award, CSUN President Jolene Koester said Chen¹s commitment to promoting equity and diversity at the university "is reflected in the depth and breadth of her accomplishments.
As the chair of the personnel committee of the California First Chance Consortium and a member of the deaf-blind subcommittee of the Low Incidence Disabilities Advisory Committee, Chen¹s community involvement is related to personnel preparation in early childhood special education.
www.csun.edu /~hfoao102/press_releases/summer01/chen.html   (425 words)

 Indiana State University : College of Arts and Sciences : CAS in the News : 2004-2005 Archived Stories
With three state or regional awards under her belt, along with recognition from Indiana State University’s Undergraduate/Graduate Research Showcase, a high school student who is conducting college level research in the university’s life sciences department will compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair this month.
During a presentation entitled “The State of Science Education in the USA: Why Everyone Should Care,” Bruce Fuchs, director of science education for the NIH, cited several studies that have found U.S. workers lacking in the job skills needed to compete in an era when factory jobs are becoming automated or are moving overseas.
The work of a half dozen Indiana State University students from around the state will be reflected when the CANDLES museum resumes its effort to educate Midwesterners about the horrors of the Holocaust and the evils of prejudice.
web.indstate.edu /cas/casinnews/04-05stories.htm   (4442 words)

 PNOHTEFTU: (Muriel Chen) State of the World
Muriel Chen is counselor and experienced practitioner since decades.
She lives in South Australia and has given her book "Psychic First Aid (or beginning your spiritual healing whilst in crisis)" to the public domain at http://www.worldtrans.org/creators/pfa/.
The article below, 'State of the World', is one of many chapters of this book which is included in its entirety on the PNOHTEFTU CD-ROM.
orunla.org /pnohteftu/ch58.html   (516 words)

 The Seattle Law Firm of Barrett & Worden, P.S.
The Court of Appeals upheld the trial court’s summary judgment that dismissed Plaintiff Juan Chen’s claims against State Farm for a pro rata share of attorneys fees from property damage subrogation recovered by State Farm directly from the carrier for the third-party tortfeasor.
State Farm had a classic subrogation right to recover for property damage under its policy and it directly pursued that right.
Therefore, State Farm had the right to pursue property damages, and further, it did pursue those rights on its own.
www.barrett-worden.com /bw_chen2.html   (444 words)

 Garden State EnviroNet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chen said his office will join lawsuits in certain matters, but "we will not be in business of providing legal knee-jerk response to the headlines of the day....
Group includes developers seeking state approvals for projects By The Associated Press TRENTON -- Environmentalists say the Department of Environmental Protection is creating a conflict of interest by lending one of its managers for a one-year assignment with a nonprofit group weighted heavily by developers who seek approvals from the state.
The state standard for benzene in drinking water is 1 part per billion; the federal standard is 5 ppb.
www.gsenet.org /library/11gsn/2006/gs060328.php   (7283 words)

 Chen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chen (state) during the Zhou Dynasty, which is now part of present-day Anhui and Henan
Chen Bridge, where a military uprising began (陳橋兵變) that led to the establishment of the Song Dynasty (960-1279)
Chen (genus), a genus of geese which is sometimes included in Anser
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chen   (144 words)

 Youming Chen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chen Y.M. and S.W. Wang, Response to comments on calculation of wall conduction transfer coefficients by regression in the frequency domain", Building and Environment, 2004, 39(5) pp.
Chen Y. Deng and L. Zhang, Determining heat transfer coefficient of the wall surface by genetic algorithm, Proceeding of the 3rd International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Shenzhen, China, November, 1999, pp318-324
Chen Y.M. and Z.K. Chen, Calculation of moisture absorption and desorption transfer function in buildings, Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Beijing, China, October, 1995, pp208~213
www.hvac.okstate.edu /Youming_Chen.htm   (1170 words)

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