Chinese Christians

Posted Oct 27, 2009
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  1. Hong Kong Christians

    Hong Kong Christians

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  2. Chinese Anglicans

    Chinese Anglicans

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  3. Chinese Catholics

    Chinese Catholics

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  4. Eastern Orthodox Christians from China 0 views

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  6. Chinese Christian religious leaders

    Chinese Christian religious leaders

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  7. Macau Christians

    Macau Christians

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  8. Chinese Christian missionaries

    Chinese Christian missionaries

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  9. Chinese Christian monks 0 views

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  10. Chinese Protestants

    Chinese Protestants

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  11. Chinese saints

    Chinese saints

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  12. Uyghur Christians

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  1. Vanness Wu

    Vanness Wu


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  2. JJ Lin Jun Jie

    JJ Lin Jun Jie


    JJ Lin (traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: ; pinyin: Lin Jun Jie) is a Singaporean singer, songwriter, record producer and actor based in Taiwan. JJ Lin was managed by Ocean Butterflies from 2003 to 2009. He is managed by Warner Music Taiwan. Lin won Best New Artist for his work on his debut album Music Voyager at the 15th Golden Melody Awards in 2004.He won Best Male Mandopop Performer for his work on his 10th album Stories Untold at the 25th Golden Melody Awards in 2014.

  3. Kien Shih

    Kien Shih


    Shek Wing-cheung (1 January 1913 – 3 June 2009), better known by his stage name Shih Kien (Cantonese: Shek Kin; Mandarin: Shi Jian), was a Hong Kong-based Chinese actor. Shih is best known for playing antagonists and villains in several early Hong Kong wuxia and martial arts films that dated back to the black-and-white period, and is most familiar to Western audiences for his portrayal of the primary villain, Han, in the 1973 martial arts film Enter the Dragon, which starred Bruce Lee.

  4. Sun Yat-sen

    Sun Yat-sen


    Sun Yat-sen (/ˈsʊn ˈjɑːtˈsɛn/; 12 November 1866 – 12 March 1925) was a Chinese revolutionary, first president and founding father of the Republic of China, and medical practitioner. As the foremost pioneer of the Republic of China, Sun is referred to as the "Father of the Nation" in the Republic of China (ROC), and the "forerunner of democratic revolution" in the People's Republic of China (PRC). Sun played an instrumental role in the overthrow of the Qing dynasty during the years leading up to the Double Ten Revolution. He was appointed to serve as Provisional President of the Republic of China when it was founded in 1912. He later co-founded the Kuomintang (KMT), serving as its first leader. Sun was a uniting figure in post-Imperial China, and he remains unique among 20th-century Chinese politicians for being widely revered amongst the people from both sides of the Taiwan Strait.

  5. Roger Kwok

    Roger Kwok


    Roger Kwok Chun-on is Hong Kong television actor who works on the TV station TVB. Kwok was born in Hong Kong and his native family roots are in Zhongshan, Guangdong. Kwok used to be a singer before becoming an actor.

  6. Jill Vidal

    Jill Vidal


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  7. Soong Ai-ling

    Soong Ai-ling


    Soong Ai-ling (traditional Chinese: 宋藹齡; simplified Chinese: 宋蔼龄; pinyin: Sòng Àilíng), or Eling Soong (June 14, 1888 – October 18, 1973) was the eldest of the Soong sisters and the wife of H. H. Kung (Kung Hsiang-Hsi), who was the richest man in the early 20th century Republic of China. The first character of her given name is written as 靄 (same pronunciation) in some texts. Her Christian name was Nancy.

  8. Witness Lee

    Witness Lee


    Witness Lee (1905 – June 9, 1997) was a Chinese Christian preacher belonging to the Christian group local churches in Taiwan and the United States and was the founder of Living Stream Ministry. He was born in 1905 in the city of Yantai, Shandong, China, to a Southern Baptist family. He became a Christian in 1925 through the preaching of Peace Wang and later joined the Christian work started by Watchman Nee. Like Nee, Lee emphasized the believers' subjective experience and enjoyment of Christ as life for the building up of the church, not as an organization, but as the Body of Christ. He was honored by Hon. Joseph R. Pitts of Pennsylvania in the US Congress on April 29, 2014 for his "extraordinary impact far beyond the Chinese-speaking world."

  9. Chiang Ching-kuo

    Chiang Ching-kuo


    Chiang Ching-kuo (Shanghai/Ningbo dialect: ) (April 27, 1910 – January 13, 1988), Kuomintang (KMT) politician and leader, was a Taiwanese politician and the son of Generalissimo and President Chiang Kai-shek and held numerous posts in the government of the Republic of China (ROC). He succeeded his father to serve as Premier of the Republic of China between 1972 and 1978 and was the President of the Republic of China from 1978 until his death in 1988. Under his tenure, the government of the Republic of China, while authoritarian, became more open and tolerant of political dissent. Towards the end of his life, Chiang relaxed government controls on the media and speech and allowed native Taiwanese into positions of power, including his successor Lee Teng-hui.

  10. Wang Ming-Dao

    Wang Ming-Dao


    Wang Mingdao (Chinese: 王明道; pinyin: Wàng Míngdào; Wade–Giles: Wang4 Ming2-Tao4) (July 25, 1900 – July 28, 1991) was an independent Chinese Protestant pastor and evangelist imprisoned for his faith by the Chinese government from 1955 until 1980. He has been called the "Dean of the House Churches."

  11. Lucy Yi Zhenmei

    Lucy Yi Zhenmei


    St. Lucy Yi Zhenmei (simplified Chinese: 易贞美; traditional Chinese: 易貞美; pinyin: Yì Zhēnměi) (December 9, 1815 - February 19, 1862) was a Chinese Roman Catholic saint from Mianyang in Sichuan, China. She was born on December 9, 1815, and was the youngest member in her family.

  12. Yaw Shin Leong

    Yaw Shin Leong


    Yaw Shin Leong (simplified Chinese: 饶欣龙; traditional Chinese: 饒欣龍; pinyin: Ráo Xīnlóng; born 2 June 1976) was the Treasurer of The Workers' Party of Singapore, and was a Member of Parliament representing the constituency of Hougang after the 2011 Singapore General Elections until he was expelled by the Worker's Party in February 2012.

  13. John Sung

    John Sung


    John Sung Shang Chieh (simplified Chinese: 宋尚节; traditional Chinese: 宋尚節; pinyin: Sòng Shàng-Jíe; Wade–Giles: Sung4 Shang4-Chieh2) (29 September 1901 – 18 August 1944), also John Sung, was a renowned Chinese Christian evangelist who played an instrumental role in the revival movement among the Chinese in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia during the 1920s and 1930s.

  14. Hong Xiuquan

    Hong Xiuquan


    Hong Xiuquan (Hung Hsiu-chuan; 1 January 1814 – 1 June 1864), born Hong Renkun, courtesy name Huoxiu (火秀), was a Hakka Chinese individual who led the Taiping Rebellion against the Qing Dynasty, establishing the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom over varying portions of southern China, with himself as the "Heavenly King" and self-proclaimed brother of Jesus Christ.

  15. Soong Ching-ling

    Soong Ching-ling


    Soong Ching-ling or Song Qingling (27 January 1893 – 29 May 1981) was the second wife of Sun Yat-sen, leader of the 1911 revolution that established the Republic of China, and was often referred to as Madame Sun Yat-sen. She was a member of the Soong family and, together with her siblings, played a prominent role in China's politics prior to 1949. She has become known as the "mother of modern China".

  16. Wang Zhiming

    Wang Zhiming


    Wang Zhiming (王志明) (1907 – December 29, 1973) was a Miao pastor little known outside his home in Wuding County, Yunnan, China at the time of his execution on December 29, 1973. Since then, he has received two unique honors. In 1981, he became the only Christian martyr of the Cultural Revolution to have a monument erected at his gravesite. Then in 1998, he was one of ten 20th century Christian martyrs memorialized above the Great West Door of Westminster Abbey with a statue. These statues represent those who died in the name of Christ in the century marked by the greatest number of martyrdoms in the history of the church.

  17. Xi Shengmo

    Xi Shengmo


    Xi Sheng Mo (Chinese: 席勝魔; c. 1836-1896) also known as Pastor Hsi, was a Chinese Christian leader.

  18. Stephen Tong

    Stephen Tong


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  19. Charlie Soong

    Charlie Soong


    Charles Jones Soong (宋嘉樹 Pinyin: Sòng Jiāshù) (February 1863 – May 3, 1918), courtesy name Yaoru (耀如 Yàorú, hence his alternate name: Soong Yao-ju), was a Chinese businessman who first achieved prominence as a missionary in Shanghai. He was a close friend of Sun Yat-sen and a key player in the events that led to the Xinhai Revolution in 1911. His children became some of the most prominent people in the history of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China.

  20. Lin Yutang

    Lin Yutang


    Lin Yutang (Chinese: 林语堂; pinyin: Lín Yǔtáng; October 10, 1895 – March 26, 1976) was a Chinese writer, translator, linguist and inventor. His informal but polished style in both Chinese and English made him one of the most influential writers of his generation, and his compilations and translations of classic Chinese texts into English were bestsellers in the West.

  21. Nora Lam

    Nora Lam


    Nora Lam (September 4, 1932 – February 2, 2004) was a Chinese Protestant Christian minister to China, and founder of Nora Lam Ministries International (NLMI). Lam was born in China and lived there until her escape to Hong Kong at age 26.

  22. Michael Shen Fu-Tsung

    Michael Shen Fu-Tsung


    Michael Alphonsius Shen Fu-Tsung, also Michel Sin, Michel Chin-fo-tsoung, Shen Fo-tsung, Shen Fuzong (Chinese: , died 1691), was a Chinese mandarin from Nanjing and a convert to Catholicism who was brought to Europe by the Belgian Jesuit priest Philippe Couplet, Procurator of the China Jesuit Missions in Rome. They left Macao in 1681 and visited together Holland, Italy, France and England. He later became a Jesuit.

  23. Rabban Bar Sauma

    Rabban Bar Sauma


    Rabban Bar Sauma (c. 1220–1294) (pronounced "ruh-BAHN BAR sah-OO-muh"), also known as Rabban ?awma or Rabban Çauma, (Chinese:?????), was a Turkic/Mongol monk turned diplomat of the Nestorian Christian faith. He is known for embarking on a pilgrimage from Mongol-controlled China to Jerusalem with one of his students, Rabban Markos. Due to military unrest along the way, they never reached their destination, but instead spent many years in Mongol-controlled Baghdad. Markos was eventually chosen as Nestorian Patriarch, and later suggested his teacher Rabban Bar Sauma be sent on another mission, as Mongol ambassador to Europe. The elderly monk met with many of the European monarchs, as well as the Pope, in attempts to arrange a Franco-Mongol alliance. The mission bore no fruit, but in his later years in Baghdad, Rabban Bar Sauma documented his lifetime of travel. His written account of his journeys is of unique interest to modern historians, as it gives a picture of medieval Europe at the close of the Crusading period, painted by a keenly intelligent, broadminded and statesmanlike observer. His travels occurred prior to the return of Marco Polo to Europe, and his writings give a reverse viewpoint of the East looking to the West.

  24. Feng Yuxiang

    Feng Yuxiang


    Feng Yuxiang (traditional Chinese: 馮玉祥; simplified Chinese: 冯玉祥; pinyin: Féng Yùxíang; Wade–Giles: Feng Yü-hsiang; 6 November 1882 – 1 September 1948) was a warlord and leader in Republican China from Chaohu, Anhui. He served as Vice Premier of the Republic of China from 1928 to 1930. He was also known as the Christian General for his zeal to convert his troops and the Betrayal General for his penchant to break with the establishment. In 1911, he was an officer in the ranks of Yuan Shikai's Beiyang Army but joined forces with revolutionaries against the Qing Dynasty. He rose to high rank within Wu Peifu's Zhili warlord faction but launched the Beijing coup in 1924 that knocked Zhili out of power and brought Sun Yat-sen to Beijing. He joined the Nationalist Party (KMT), supported the Northern Expedition and became blood brothers with Chiang Kai-shek, but resisted Chiang's consolidation of power in the Central Plains War, and broke with Chiang again in resisting Japanese incursions in 1933. He spent his later years supporting the Revolutionary Committee of the Kuomintang.

  25. Zhang Xueliang

    Zhang Xueliang


    Zhang Xueliang or Chang Hsueh-liang (張學良; 3 June 1901 in Haicheng, China – 15 October 2001 in Honolulu, Hawaii), occasionally called Peter Hsueh Liang Chang and nicknamed the "Young Marshal" (少帥), was the effective ruler of northeast China and much of northern China after the assassination of his father, Zhang Zuolin, by the Japanese on 4 June 1928. He was an instigator of the 1936 Xi'an Incident, in which Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of China's ruling party, was arrested in order to force him to enter into a truce with the insurgent Chinese Communist Party and form a united front against Japan, which had occupied Manchuria. As a result, he spent over fifty years under house arrest, first in China and then in Taiwan. He is regarded by the People's Republic of China as a patriotic hero.

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