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Caroline Xu

1897 ~ 1970

Wife of Zhu Youyu. Dean of Women at St. John's University; chairman of the Red Cross committee that sponsored a maternity center for refugee women; chairman of the YWCA National Board headquartered in Shanghai from 1938-39.

Affiliation: Episcopal Church  |  Locales: Shanghai, USA

Xi Shengmo

1835 ~ 1896

Chinese evangelist, pastor, hymn composer, and founder of opium refuges.

Affiliation: China Inland Mission  |  Locale: Shanxi

Xie Fuya

1892 ~ 1991

Chinese Christian thinker, philosopher, writer, translator. Taught at Lingnan University, Zhong Shan (Sun Yat-sen) University, Nanjing University, Hong Kong Baptist Institute, and other institutions; produced many original writings and translations. In his later years took part in the translation of “Christian Classics Library” series.

Affiliation: Chinese YMCA  |  Locales: Zhejiang, GuangzhouUnited States

Xie Honglai

1873 ~ 1916

Influential Chinese Protestant writer and publicist as well as director of publications for the Young Men's Christian Association in China.

Affiliation: Young Men's Christian Association  |  Locale: Shanghai

Xie Songsan

1900 ~ 1989

Xie Songsan (ZS Zia) was a minister in the Methodist tradition. He worked at Moore Memorial Church (MMC) in Shanghai from 1937 to 1989 and was pastor-in-charge between 1941 and 1958, making a major contribution to inner city ministry, religious education and youth work.

Affiliations: Methodist, TSPM  |  Locale: Shanghai

Xie Wei

1916 ~ 1970

Pastor, preacher, surgeon, and moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan.

Affiliation: Presbyterian Church in Taiwan  |  Locale: Taiwan

Xu Baoqian

1892 ~ 1944

Chinese Christian leader in education.

Affiliation: Young Men's Christian Association  |  Locale: Beijing

Xu Candida

1607 ~ 1680

Foremost Chinese Christian laywoman of her time.

Affiliation: Society of Jesus  |  Locale: Shanghai

Xu Chenping

1920 ~ 1973

First Chinese bishop of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese (1969-73).

Affiliation: Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong  |  Locales: Shanghai, Hong Kong

Dorothy Xu

1902 ~ 1999

Daughter of Pastor Xu Qin; professor of medicine.

Locales: Beijing, ShanghaiUnited States

Xu Guangqi

1562 ~ 1633

Grand minister of the Ming dynasty and significant member of the Catholic Church who contributed much to the propagation of Christianity during the late Ming period.

Affiliation: Society of Jesus  |  Locales: Shanghai, Beijing

Helen Xu

1899 ~ 1995

Fourth daughter of Pastor Xu Qin; English professor.

Locales: United States, Hubei

Louise Xu

1803 ~ 1991

Wife and indispensable partner of Zhang Fuliang, noted worker for rural welfare.

Locales: Shanghai, HunanUnited States

Xu Qian

1871 ~ 1940

Chinese scholar and reformer of the judiciary system in China.

Affiliation: Chinese Anglican Church  |  Locales: Beijing, ShanghaiHong Kong

Xu Qin

1854 ~ 1934

The first ordained Chinese pastor in Chinatown, New York.

Affiliation: First Chinese Presbyterian Church  |  Locale: United States

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