1873 — 1951
A Scottish physician specializing in psoriasis, serving with an English Presbyterian medical mission, like his father before him. He spent his life pioneering modern medical care in Formosa (Taiwan) and China, dedicating 50 years to caring for leprosy victims and striving to eradicate the disease.
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.
1889 — 1962
Mei became president of Tsinghua University in Beijing in 1931. During the difficult years of the Anti-Japanese War, he was president of Southwest United University (a consortium of China's best universities) in Kunming, Yunnan.
Chiong Hui Ng
1914 — 1988
Pioneer Taiwanese theologian recognized worldwide as a scholar, ecumenical leader, and theological educator.