Bishi or Bi Shi may refer to:

  • Bishōnen, a modern aesthetic ideal of Asian origin or a beautiful youth boy
  • Bishnu Priya, a British musician and DJ
  • Al-Bishi, Arabic family name
  • Bishi, Hubei (碧石镇), town in Echeng District, Ezhou, Hubei, China
  • Bishi-ye Olya, village in Ilam Province, Iran
  • Bishi-ye Sofla, village in Ilam Province, Iran

Other articles related to "bishi":

1999 World Championships In Athletics – Men's 4 X 400 Metres Relay - Results - Heats - Heat 1
... Monte Raymond) 305.60 Saudi Arabia (Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi, Mohammed Al-Bishi, Hamed Hamadan Al-Bishi, Hadi Soua'an Al-Somaily) DQ ...
Bishnu Priya - History
... British born to an Indian(Bengali) musical family, Bishi started singing when she was two years old ... in both Eastern and Western classical music, Bishi started piano and harmonium studies aged six and went on to learn guitar, bass sitar in her teens ... Bishi began her musical career in The Sound Storm - an improvised electro acoustic performance art troupe led by London night club legend Matthew Glamorre and his longtime collaborator Richard Torry ...
PlayStation Games - Bishi Bashi Special
... The European release of Bishi Bashi Special is a compilation containing two games Super Bishi Bashi and Hyper Bishi Bashi, published for the ... In Japan these games were released separately as Bishi Bashi Special and Bishi Bashi Special 2 ...
Athletics At The 2006 Asian Games - Medal Summary - Men
... Yang Yaozu 20.71 Shinji Takahira 20.81 400 m Hamdan Odha Al-Bishi 45.64 Brandon Simpson 45.68 Fawzi Al-Shammari 46.35 800 m Yusuf Saad Kamel 145.74 Mohammad Al-Azemi 146.25 Ehsan ...
Abdulrahman Al-Bishi - With Al-Nasr
... After his great performance in a high school tournament, Al-Bishi joined the Al-Nasr club in 1996 through Mr ... At the beginning, Al-Bishi played as a midfielder however, Khamis decided that Al-Bishi would be better suited in a forward position. 17 team - who were the Saudi Champions that year - by 5 goals to 4 and Al-Bishi scored 4 goals for his team ...