K. C. Hsiao
K. C. Hsiao (Chinese: 蕭公權; pinyin: Xiāo Gōngquán; 29 December 1897 – 4 November 1981) was a Chinese scholar and educator, best known for his contributions to Chinese political s...
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Chen Yinke
Chen Yinke (or Yinque) (simplified Chinese: 陈寅恪; traditional Chinese: 陳寅恪; pinyin: Chén Yínkè; 3 July 1890 – 7 October 1969) was a sinologist and a fellow of Academia Sinica, conside...
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Têng Ssu-yü
Têng Ssu-yü (Chinese: 鄧嗣禹; pinyin: Deng Siyu; August 12, 1906 – April 5, 1988) was a Sinologist, bibliographer, and professor of history at Indiana University. Born in Hunan Province, C...
Guan Pinghu
Guan Pinghu (管平湖) (March 4, 1897– March 28, 1967), was a leading player of the guqin (古琴), a Chinese 7-string bridgeless zither. Born in Suzhou, Jiangsu, Guan came from an artistic family, and started...
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Chen Mengjia
Chen Mengjia (or Ch'en Meng-chia; 1911–1966) was a Chinese scholar, poet and archaeologist. He was considered the foremost authority on oracle bones and was Professor of Chinese at Tsinghua University...
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Liu Yuanfang
Liu Yuanfang (刘元方, born February 1931), is a scientist at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), who is now Professor of Chemistry at Shanghai University. He has studied nuclear chemistry and radioche...
John Leighton Stuart
John Leighton Stuart (Chinese: 司徒雷登; Pinyin: Sītú Léidēng; June 24, 1876 – 1962) was a missionary educator who became the first President of Yenching University and later United States ambas...
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Xu Dishan
Xu Dishan (simplified Chinese: 许地山; traditional Chinese: 許地山; pinyin: Xǔ Dìshān; Wade–Giles: Hsu Ti-shan, birth name: Zànkūn 贊堃) (February 3, 1893 - August 4, 1941) was a Chinese autho...
Michael Lindsay, 2nd Baron Lindsay of Birker
Michael Francis Morris Lindsay, 2nd Baron Lindsay of Birker (24 February 1909 – 13 February 1994), was a British peer and academic.
Lindsay was the son of Sandie and Erica Lindsay, née Storr. He w...
Zhao Luorui
Lucy Chao or Zhao Luorui (simplified Chinese: 赵萝蕤; traditional Chinese: 趙蘿蕤; pinyin: Zhào Luóruí; Wade–Giles: Chao Lo-jui; 1912–1998) was a Chinese poet and translator.
Zhao publis...
Lu Kanru
Lu Kanru (Chinese: 陸侃如, November 16, 1903 – December 1, 1978) was a scholar of classical Chinese literature and a lifelong collaborator of his wife Feng Yuanjun Like his wife, he worked at Shandon...
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Wu Mi
Wu Mi (Chinese: 吴宓) (August 20, 1894 – January 17, 1978), (once using the name Wu Yuheng (吴玉衡)), was one of the founders of Chinese comparative literature, a critic, redologist (one who studi...
Zhang Dongsun
Zhang Dongsun (张东荪; also transliterated as Chang Tung-sun) (1886–1973) was a Chinese philosopher, public intellectual and political figure.
Travelling to Japan as an overseas student in his youth,...
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Edgar Snow
Edgar Parks Snow (17 July 1905 – 15 February 1972) was an American journalist known for his books and articles on Communism in China and the Chinese Communist revolution. He was the first Western jou...
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Lu Zhiwei
Lu Zhiwei (simplified Chinese: 陆志韦; traditional Chinese: 陸志韋; pinyin: Lù Zhìwéi; Wade–Giles: Li Chih-wei; 6 February 1894 – 21 November 1970), also known as C. W. Luh, was an influenti...
Langdon Brown Gilkey
Langdon Brown Gilkey (February 9, 1919 – November 19, 2004) was an American Protestant Ecumenical theologian.
A grandson of Clarence Talmadge Brown, the first Protestant minister to gather a...
Jian Youwen
Jian Youwen (simplified Chinese: 简又文; traditional Chinese: 簡又文; pinyin: Jiăn Yòuwén; Wade–Giles: Chien Yu-wen; Jyutping: Gaan Jau Man, sometimes transliterated Jen Yu-wen or Kan Ya...
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Wang Li (linguist)
Wang Li (Chinese: 王力), or Wang Liaoyi (王了一), (1900–1986) was a Chinese linguist. Many considered him to be the founder of modern Chinese linguistics.
Of Hakka ancestry from Tingzhou, Longyan, ...
Li Jinxi
Li Jinxi (simplified Chinese: 黎锦熙; traditional Chinese: 黎錦熙; pinyin: Lí Jǐnxī) (February 2, 1890- March 27, 1978 in Xiangtan, Hunan Province, China) is a Chinese linguist and educator. In ...
Zheng Zhenduo
Zheng Zhenduo (December 19, 1898 – October 17, 1958), courtesy name Xidi, was a Chinese journalist, writer, archaeologist and scholar. His pen names were Baofun (寶芬), Guo Yuanxin (郭源新) and CT.He made ...
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