Chinese Christians

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This list has 12 sub-lists and 82 members. See also Christians by nationality, Chinese people by religion, Asian Christians, Christianity in China

  1. Hong Kong Christians

    Hong Kong Christians

     - 6 lists, 34 members
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  2. Chinese Anglicans

    Chinese Anglicans

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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. Alimujiang Yimiti

    Alimujiang Yimiti

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    Alimujiang Yimiti (Uyghur: Alimjan Yimit) is an Uyghur house church clergyman.


  2. Allen Yuan

    Allen Yuan

    3 views
    Chinese christian pastor

  3. Arcadio Huang

    Arcadio Huang

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    Arcadio Huang, also Arcadius Huang or Arcade Huang ( ???, hanyu pinyin: Huáng Jialüè, born in Xinghua, modern Putian, in Fujian, November 15, 1679, died October 1, 1716 in Paris), was a Chinese Christian convert, brought to Paris by the Missions étrangères. He took a pioneering role in the teaching of the Chinese language in France around 1715. He was preceded in France by his compatriot Michael Shen Fu-Tsung, who visited the country in 1684.


  4. Cai Zhuohua

    Cai Zhuohua

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    Cai Zhuohua is a Beijing minister active in the Chinese house church movement. He was arrested on 11 September 2004 for printing Bibles without a permit. Previous to his arrest more than 200,000 Bibles had been found.


  5. Charlie Soong

    Charlie Soong

    9 views
    Chinese missionary and businessman

  6. Che Kam Kong

    Che Kam Kong

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    Che Kam Kong (also known as Chea Kunkong) was a Chinese Protestant Christian who was killed because of his beliefs in China. He is regarded by some to be one of the first martyrs among Protestants in China. Che Kam Kong visited British Hong Kong in 1865, and in 1866 converted to Christianity. He proselytized extensively over the next five years, allegedly bringing about the conversion of over a hundred people in Poklo, Guangdong province. Town elders in Poklo, concerned with this abandonment of traditional religious beliefs, warned Che to stop, yet he refused. He was kidnapped and tortured in 1871 in an attempt to force him to give up his beliefs. He is said to have declared, "You may kill my body but you cannot destroy my soul". He was taken outside the city gates and killed; his body was cut up and thrown into a nearby river.


  7. Chen Jingmao

    Chen Jingmao

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    Chen Jingmao is the male leader of the South China Church. He is from Longjiao town in Chongqing city. He is older than 70. He was arrested in 2001. In 2002 he received a prison sentence of four years for sending his granddaughter to a Bible class training school. He serves this sentence in Sanxia Prison, which belongs to Chongqing city. In prison his legs were broken. He was abused in prison for attempting to convert inmates to Christianity. He was released from prison, being severely ill, in 2005.


  8. Cheng Jingyi

    Cheng Jingyi

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    Cheng Jingyi (誠靜怡 September 22, 1881, Beijing – Nov 15, 1939, Shanghai) was a Chinese Protestant Christian leader who worked for an independent, unified Chinese Christian Church and a nondenominational unity of Christians in China. He received honorary doctorates from Knox College, Toronto, Canada (1916); the College of Wooster, Ohio, USA (1923); and St. John's University, Shanghai (1929). He died in Shanghai after his visit to the mission work in southwest China and Guizhou in 1939.


  9. Chiang Ching-kuo

    Chiang Ching-kuo

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    President of the Republic of China

  10. Chu Hsi-ning

    Chu Hsi-ning

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    Chinese writer

  11. David Kuo

    David Kuo

    2 views
    American, Writer

  12. Dora Yu

    Dora Yu

    5 views
    Chinese missionary

  13. Elias Wen

    Elias Wen

    3 views
    Eastern Orthodox priest

  14. Eugene Chen (Chen Youren)

    Eugene Chen (Chen Youren)

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    Chinese revolutionary

  15. 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; 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.


  16. Gao Zhisheng

    Gao Zhisheng

    6 views
    Chinese human rights lawyer

  17. Gu Changsheng

    Gu Changsheng

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    Historian

  18. H. H. Kung

    H. H. Kung

    6 views
    Chinese, Business

  19. Hong Xiuquan

    Hong Xiuquan

    12 views
    Chinese Hakka educator; founder of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom

  20. Huang Guangyu

    Huang Guangyu

    5 views
    Hong Konger, Business

  21. Ji Zhiwen

    Ji Zhiwen

    1 view
    Chinese Christian evangelical leader

  22. Jill Vidal

    Jill Vidal

    34 views
    Hong Kong singer

  23. Jing Dianying

    Jing Dianying

    4 views
    Founder of the second largest Chinese Pentecostal church movement known as the Jesus Family

  24. JJ Lin Jun Jie

    JJ Lin Jun Jie

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    Singer

  25. John Sung

    John Sung

    12 views
    Chinese evangelist

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