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  1. Hong Kong Christians

    Hong Kong Christians

     - 6 lists, 29 members
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  2. Chinese Anglicans

    Chinese Anglicans

     - 2 lists
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  3. Chinese Catholics

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  6. Chinese Christian religious leaders

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  7. Macanese Christians

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  8. Chinese Christian missionaries

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  10. Chinese Protestants

    Chinese Protestants

     - 10 lists, 14 members
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  11. Chinese saints

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  12. Uyghur Christians

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  1. Vanness Wu

    Vanness Wu

    17,554 views
    Taiwanese actor-singer

  2. JJ Lin Jun Jie

    JJ Lin Jun Jie

    6,236 views
    Singer

  3. Kien Shih

    Kien Shih

    712 views
    Hong Kong actor

  4. Sun Yat-sen

    Sun Yat-sen

    508 views
    Chinese revolutionary and political leader, 1st Provisional President of the Republic of China

  5. Roger Kwok

    Roger Kwok

    266 views
    Hong Kong actor

  6. Soong Ai-ling

    Soong Ai-ling

    34 views
    One of the Soong Sisters

  7. Jill Vidal

    Jill Vidal

    28 views
    Hong Kong singer

  8. Chiang Ching-kuo

    Chiang Ching-kuo

    23 views
    President of the Republic of China

  9. Wang Ming-Dao

    Wang Ming-Dao

    20 views
    Chinese writer

  10. Witness Lee

    Witness Lee

    20 views

    Witness Lee (李常受, pinyin Lǐ Chángshòu) (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."


  11. Yaw Shin Leong

    Yaw Shin Leong

    14 views
    Singaporean businessman

  12. Hong Xiuquan

    Hong Xiuquan

    12 views
    Chinese Hakka educator; founder of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom

  13. Lucy Yi Zhenmei

    Lucy Yi Zhenmei

    11 views
    Chinese catholic saint

  14. Xi Shengmo

    Xi Shengmo

    9 views
    Chinese Christian pastor and author

  15. Stephen Tong

    Stephen Tong

    9 views
    Reformed evangelist, theologian, musician, philosopher, and architect.

  16. Charlie Soong

    Charlie Soong

    9 views
    Chinese missionary and businessman

  17. Wang Zhiming

    Wang Zhiming

    9 views
    Chinese Christian martyr

  18. Lin Yutang

    Lin Yutang

    9 views
    Chinese, Philosopher

  19. Rabban Bar Sauma

    Rabban Bar Sauma

    8 views

    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.


  20. Feng Yuxiang

    Feng Yuxiang

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    Feng Yuxiang (traditional Chinese: 馮玉祥; simplified Chinese: 冯玉祥; pinyin: Féng Yùxíang; Wade–Giles: Feng Yü-hsiang; IPA: ?; 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 left-wing of the KMT, which cooperated with the Communists.


  21. Zhang Xueliang

    Zhang Xueliang

    8 views
    Chinese General

  22. Michael Shen Fu-Tsung

    Michael Shen Fu-Tsung

    8 views

    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. Lou Tseng-Tsiang

    Lou Tseng-Tsiang

    7 views
    Chinese, Writer

  24. Sun Fo

    Sun Fo

    7 views
    Taiwanese politician

  25. Soong Ching-ling

    Soong Ching-ling

    7 views
    Chinese first lady, politician

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