This means *beautiful snow*
derived from chinese culture
Xue also appears in following countries/origins/languages: Australian
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is a judge at the International Court of Justice. On 29 June 2010, she was elected to fill the vacancy created by Shi Jiuyong's resignation on 28 May 2010. She is one of three female judges serving on the ICJ and one of only four women elected as members of the Court to date. Xue is the fifth Chinese judge at the ICJ, and the third representing the People's Republic of China (see Judges of the International Court of Justice). From 1980 to 2003, Xue served in the Department of Treaty and Law of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, eventually rising to the position of Director-General. She returned to Columbia Law School in 1991 obtaining a J.S.D. degree in 1995. Xue was appointed as the Chinese ambassador to the Netherlands in 2003 and served until 2008. In December 2008, she became the first Chinese ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
is a British-Chinese journalist and broadcaster, born in Beijing (Beping) in 1958. Xue often uses her first name, Xinran, to identify herself as the author of work.In the late 1980s, she began working for Chinese radio and went on to become one of China's most successful journalists. In 1997 she moved to London, where she initially worked as cleaner. In London, she began work on her seminal book about Chinese women's lives The Good Women of China, a memoir relating many of the stories she heard while hosting her radio show ("Words on the Night Breeze") in China. The book is a candid revelation of many Chinese women's thoughts and experiences that took place both during and after the Cultural Revolution when Chairman Mao and Communism ruled the land. The book was published in 2002 and has been translated into numerous languages. Her second book Sky Burial was a fictionalized account of a true story involving a newlywed who spent 30 years looking for her lost husband in Tibet.
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Meaning of Xue in Chinese origin/culture for Girl name with history and fame details.