Nathan Law

Exiled Hong Kong activist Nathan Law Kwun-chung has been named in the list of the 100 'most influential people' in the US current affairs magazine, TIME.

Li-Meng Yan

Li-Meng Yan is a Chinese virologist. Yan claims she is a whistleblower who researched the COVID-19 at the University of Hong Kong, later leaving the city for the United States.

Li Wenliang

Li Wenliang (李文亮; 12 October 1986 – 7 February 2020) , a ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital who warned about a new coronavirus strain in December 2019 on WeChat to fellow colleagues.

Joshua Wong

His release coincided with the ongoing protests against extradition bill. Upon his release, Wong criticized the oppression against protesters by the Hong Kong police, and the extradition draft law as pro-Beijing and called for the Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam to resign.

Yang Hengjun

Yang Hengjun (楊恒均)(born in 1965 in Hubei Province) is a Chinese - Australian novelist. After graduating from Fudan University in 1987, he worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing. From 1992 to 1997, he worked in Hong...

Chen Quanguo

Chen Quanguo (陈全国; born November 1955) is a Chinese politician and current Communist Party Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Chen Quanguo was one of the first party officials to refer to...

Sun Wenguang

Sun Wenguang (孙文广; born August 26, 1934) is an activist and vocal critic of Chinese government. He was a professor of Physics at Shandong University in Jinan from 1982 until...

Yuan Hongbing

Yuan Hongbing (袁红冰; 1952 - ) is an ethnic Mongolian jurist, novelist, and Chinese dissident. Born in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, Yuan Hongbing, who known as a prominent Chinese dissident, novelist, philosopher, and liberalism jurist later,...

Liu Xiaobo and Liu Xian

Liu Xiaobo, a Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, has spent years in prison for calling for political change in his country. For more than half...

Liu Xiaobo

Liu Xiaobo (刘晓波; born 28 December 1955) is a Chinese literary critic, writer, professor, and human rights activist who called for political reforms and the end of...

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He Jiankui

He Jiankui (贺建奎; born 1984) is a Chinese biomedical researcher who is an associate professor in the Department of Biology of the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen, China. He became widely...

Lei Jun and Xiaomi

Lei Jun (simplified Chinese: 雷军; traditional Chinese: 雷軍; pinyin: Léi Jūn; Mandarin pronunciation: ; born 16 December 1969) is a Chinese entrepreneur and the founder of Xiaomi Inc. In...

Lei Zhengfu

Lei Zhengfu (雷政富;; born July 1958) is a Chinese former politician who served as Communist Party Secretary of Beibei District, Chongqing municipality. He was dismissed from his...

Li Ka-shing

Li Ka-shing, GBM, KBE, JP (李嘉诚, born 29 July 1928 in Chaozhou, China) is a Hong Kong business magnate and investor. According to Forbes, as of March 2016 Li is the richest person in Hong Kong.

Yang Jisheng

Yang Jisheng (杨继绳, born November 1940) is a Chinese journalist and author of Tombstone (墓碑; Mubei), a comprehensive account of the Great Chinese Famine during the Great...

Lang Ping

Owing to her central role in the success of the Chinese women's volleyball team in the 1980s, Lang Ping was seen as a cultural icon and is...

Zhang Jindong and Suning Group

Zhang Jindong (simplified Chinese: 张近东; born 1963 in Anhui), is a Chinese entrepreneur. He is one the founder and the Chairman of the Suning Commerce Group, headquartered...

Hu Ge

Hu Ge (胡歌) was born in Shanghai in 1982. He received his first training in performing arts in Little Stars Performing Arts School run by Shanghai Media Group (SMG).

Zhenan Bao

Zhenan Bao ( 鲍哲楠; born 1970), Ph.D., is a Professor of Chemical Engineering and Material Science and Engineering at Stanford University. She is known for her work developing...

Wang Shi

Wang Shi (王石, born in 1951 Guangxi Province, China) is a Chinese businessman. He is the Founder and Chairman of China Vanke, the largest real estate enterprise in China and the largest residential real estate developer in the world.

Wang Wei

SF Express boss Wang Wei’s net worth jumps US$2.4b in one day as shares continue to soar Wang Wei swaps spots with Tencent’s Pony Ma to become third...

Lu Qi

Lu Qi (陆奇; born September 3, 1961), more commonly known as Qi Lu in English (pronounced "chee loo"), is a Chinese software engineer and programmer and former Executive...

Zhang Ziyi

Zhang Ziyi ( 章子怡; born 9 February 1979) is a Chinese actress and model. She is considered one of the Four Dan Actresses of China, and the most well-known Asian actress in the West.

Zhong Nanshan

Zhong Nanshan (钟南山 born 20 October 1936) is a Chinese epidemiologist and pulmonologist who discovered the SARS coronavirus in 2003. He was president of the Chinese Medical Association from 2005 to 2009 and is currently the editor-in-chief of...

Xu Zhangrun

Xu Zhangrun (许章润; born 1962) is a Chinese jurist. He is a professor of Jurisprudence and Constitutional Law at Tsinghua University, and a research fellow with the Unirule Institute of...

Lin Junjie

JJ Lin (林俊杰 Lín Jùnjié; born 27 March 1981) is a Singaporean singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor. Lin debuted his musical career by releasing his debut album, Music Voyager (2003).

Andy Lau

Andy Lau Tak-wah (刘德华, born 27 September 1961) is a Hong Kong actor, singer and film producer. He has been one of Hong Kong's most commercially successful film...

Carrie Lam

Carrie Lam(林鄭月娥, born 13 May 1957) is the 4th and current Chief Executive of Hong Kong. She served as the Chief Secretary for Administration from 2012 to 2017, and as Secretary for Development from 2007 to 2012.

Liu Xiaoqing

Liu Xiaoqing (刘晓庆,born 30 October 1955) is a Chinese actress and businesswoman. She was one of the leading actresses in China in the 1980s. In her early days...

Xu Caihou

Xu was detained and put under investigation on suspicion of bribery in March 2014, in one of the highest profile corruption investigations in PLA history, and was expelled from the Communist Party in June 2014.