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  1. Yi Dongnyeong (also spelled Yi Dong-nyung) was a Korean independence activist.He served as the fourth (1926), seventh (1927–1930), eighth (1930–1933), tenth (1935–1939), and eleventh (1939–1940) President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in exile in Shanghai, China.

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  4. Yi Dongnyeong (juga dieja Yi Dong-nyung) adalah aktivis kemerdekaan Korea. Ia menjabat sebagai keempat (1926), ketujuh (1927-1930), kedelapan (1930-1933), kesepuluh (1935-1939), dan kesebelas (1939-1940) Presiden Pemerintahan Sementara Republik Korea dalam pengasingan di Shanghai, Tiongkok.

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    On 6 April 2010 Xiaomi was co-founded by Lei Junand six others: 1. Lin Bin (林斌), vice president of the Google ChinaInstitute of Engineering 2. Zhou Guangping (周光平), senior director of the MotorolaBeijing R&D center 3. Liu De (刘德), department chair of the Department of Industrial Design at the University of Science and Technology Beijing 4. Li Wanqiang (黎万强), general manager of KingsoftDictionary 5. Huang Jiangji (黄江吉), principal development manager 6. Hong Feng (洪峰), senior product manager fo...


    In February 2014, Xiaomi announced its expansion outside China, with an international headquarters in Singapore. In April 2014, Xiaomi purchased the domain name for a record US$3.6 million, the most expensive domain name ever bought in China, replacing as the company's main domain name. In September 2014, Xiaomi acquired a 24.7% stake in Roborock. In December 2014, Xiaomi raised US$1.1 billion at a valuation of over US$45 billion, making it one of the most valuable private t...


    In April 2018, Xiaomi announced a smartphone gaming brand called Black Shark. Its specifications are 6 GB of Snapdragon 845 RAM, and its price is $508, which is cheaper than its competitors. Xiaomi announced on 2 May 2018, the launch of Mi Music and Mi Video to offer "value-added internet services" in India. On 3 May 2018, Xiaomi announced a partnership with 3to sell smartphones in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Denmark, and Sweden In May 2018, Xiaomi began selling smart home products...

    Name etymology

    Xiaomi (小米) is the Chinese word for "millet". In 2011 its CEO Lei Jun suggested there are more meanings than just the "millet and rice". He linked the "Xiao" (小) part to the Buddhist concept that "a single grain of rice of a Buddhist is as great as a mountain", suggesting that Xiaomi wants to work from the little things, instead of starting by striving for perfection, while "mi" (米) is an acronym for Mobile Internet and also "mission impossible", referring to the obstacles encountered in star...

    Logo and mascot

    Xiaomi's first logo consisted of a single orange square with the letters "MI" in white located in the center of the square. This logo was in use until 31 March 2021, when a new logo, designed by well-known Japanese designer Kenya Hara, replaced the old one, consisting of the same basic structure as the previous logo, but the square was replaced with a "squircle" with rounded corners instead, with the letters "MI" remaining identical to the previous logo, along with a slightly darker hue. Xiao...

    Imitation of Apple Inc.

    Xiaomi has been accused of imitating Apple Inc. The hunger marketingstrategy of Xiaomi was described as riding on the back of the "cult of Apple". After reading a book about Steve Jobs in college, Xiaomi's chairman and CEO, Lei Jun, carefully cultivated a Steve Jobs image, including jeans, dark shirts, and Jobs' announcement style at Xiaomi's earlier product announcements.He was categorized as a "counterfeit Jobs." In 2012, the company was said to be counterfeiting Apple's philosophy and mind...

    Violation of GNU General Public License

    In January 2018, Xiaomi was criticized for its non-compliance with the terms of the GNU General Public License. The Android project's Linux kernel is licensed under the copyleft terms of the GPL, which requires Xiaomi to distribute the complete source code of the Android kernel and device trees for every Android device it distributes. By refusing to do so, or by unreasonably delaying these releases, Xiaomi is operating in violation of intellectual property law in China, as a WIPO state. Promi...

    Privacy concerns and data collection

    As a company based in China, Xiaomi is obligated to share data with the Chinese government under the China Internet Security Law and National Intelligence Law. There were reports that Xiaomi's Cloud messaging service sends some private data, including call logs and contact information, to Xiaomi servers.Xiaomi later released an MIUI update that made cloud messaging optional and that no private data was sent to Xiaomi servers if the cloud messaging service was turned off. On 23 October 2014, X...

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    • 6 April 2010; 11 years ago
    • 22,074 (31 December 2020)
    • 小米集团
    • CN¥291.49 billion US$43.36 billion, (2020)
  6. Dong Yi (Korean: 동이; Hanja: 同伊) is a 2010 South Korean historical television drama series, starring Han Hyo-joo in the title role. The series centers on the love story between King Sukjong and Choi Suk-bin; it aired on MBC from 22 March to 12 October 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 60 episodes.

  7. › wiki › I_ChingI Ching - Wikipedia

    The I Ching or Yi Jing ( Chinese: 易經, Mandarin: [î tɕíŋ] ( listen) ), usually translated as Book of Changes or Classic of Changes, is an ancient Chinese divination text and among the oldest of the Chinese classics. Originally a divination manual in the Western Zhou period (1000–750 BC), over the course of the Warring States period ...

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