- LOU, Tseng-Tsiang
- (1871-1949)Chinese statesman and ROMAN CATHOLIC BENEDICTINE MONK who saw CHRISTIANITY as the completion of the CONFUCIAN TRADITION. His major work was Ways of Confucius and of Christ (1948).
Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.
Look at other dictionaries:
Lou Tseng-Tsiang — (en religion dom Pierre Célestin Lou) ((zh) 陸徵祥, Lù Zhēngxiáng), né à Shanghai (Chine) le 12 juin 1871 et mort à l a … Wikipédia en Français
Lou tseng-tsiang — Pierre Célestin Lou Tseng Tsiang, né à Shanghai (Chine) le 12 juin 1871 et mort à Bruges (Belgique) le 15 janvier 1949, est un diplomate et un homme … Wikipédia en Français
Lou Tseng-Tsiang — Infobox Writer name = Dom Pierre Célestin Lou Tseng Tsiang imagesize = caption = A photograph of Lou Tseng Tsiang in 1922, provided by his great nephew pseudonym = birthdate = birth date|1871|06|12|df=y birthplace = deathdate = death date and… … Wikipedia
Lou Tseng-Tsiang — (1871–1949) Politician and Theologian. Lou was born in Shanghai, China, and was educated in Shanghai and Peking. He was born into a Protestant family and he was baptised Jean Jacques. He had a distinguished career as a diplomat, as Foreign… … Who’s Who in Christianity
Chang Chun-hsiung — 張俊雄 Tiuⁿ Chùn hiông Premier of the Republic of China In office 21 May 2007 – 20 May 2008 President … Wikipedia
Wu Tingfang — Ng Choy (Wu Tingfang) Legislative Council Chief Chinese Member in Hong Kong In office 1880–1882 Appointed by Sir John Pope Hennessy … Wikipedia
Frank Hsieh — 謝長廷 Siā Tiông têng Frank Hsieh on August 12, 2007 7th Chairperson of the DPP In office April 20, 2000 – July 21, 2002 … Wikipedia
Chiang Kai-shek — This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chiang. Generalissimo Chiang Kai shek 蔣中正 / 蔣介石 … Wikipedia
Chiang Ching-kuo — This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chiang. Chiang Ching kuo 蔣經國 6th/7th term President of the Republic of China In office 20 May 1 … Wikipedia
Lien Chan — This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lien. Lien Chan 連戰 7th Vice President of the Republic of China In office 20 May 1996 20 May 2000 President Lee Teng hui … Wikipedia