You are here > Home > Quick Navigation > Religions & Beliefs > Christianism

Yu Rizhang

Yu Rizhang (1882-1936), a native of Hubei Province, was a famous Christian leader and an activist in China.

He was born into a priest family of Christian Protestant Episcopal Church and received good western education. In 1908, he got master's degree in the United States. After he came back to China, he took the post of director of national combined speech department of Chinese Youth Christianism. In 1917, he became the vice director of the China Continuation Committee. During 1918 to 1930, he was the general secretary of the National Association of Chinese Youth Christianism. In 1936, he died in Shanghai.

Quick Navigation

New Article