With footprints on the land across the nation, Gu Yuan incorporated diversified folk customs and adopted paper-cutting skills to his woodprints.
Qin Mu, also called Lin Paike and Lin Juefu, was a famous Chinese educator and writer particularly known for his essays, novels, plays, poems and criticism.
Jeme Tien Yow is known as the "Father of China's Railroad".
Sun Yat-sen is a megalith in the annals of 20th century Chinese history. He was an ardent revolutionary, co-founder of the Kuomintang (KMT), and is widely regarded as the father of modern China.
Ma Sicong, born in 1913 in Haifeng, Guangdong province, was a Chinese violinist and composer. He was known in China as "The King of Violinists."