Fletcher Sims Brockman
1867 — 1944
An American YMCA Field Secretary in China who became the Associate General Secretary of the National War Work Council during the First World War.
Charles Chu Chai
Law professor, law school dean, and worked in the Legislative Yuan to draft the new Chinese Constitution.
Theodore ("Ted") Choy
1916 — 1992
Pioneer worker among Chinese students in North America; frequent traveler to China after 1979 to minister to house churches.
1901 — 1985
20th-century Chinese Evangelical Protestant leader, evangelist, revivalist and philanthropist.
1869 — 1938
Noted scholar, editor, writer, and leader in various civic and Christian organizations.
1895 — 1976
World famous author, Lin played a unique role in explaining Chinese culture to the West from the 1930s into the 1950s. Late in life he returned to the Christian faith of his youth.
Madame Chiang Kai-shek
1897 — 2003
Wife of Chiang Kai-shek, leader of Nationalist China. She represented her husband on several trips to the United States, where she gained admiration for her persuasive appeals for help in China’s war against Japan.