Rewi Alley RAFE Fund

Rewi Alley

The most famous New Zealander in China – Rewi Alley contributed perhaps more than any other foreigner to the Chinese revolution. He was the founder and inspiration for the NZ China Friendship Society, dedicating 60 years of his life to his adopted country, while remaining a New Zealander at heart. Rewi organised thousands of industrial co-operatives during the war against Japan. He also pioneered technical training schools, the most famous at Shandan in the Gobi Desert. Read more

Here you can find articles about Rewi Alley:

Shuangshipu Cave Houses – Shaanxi

Rewi Alley's China > Beijing > Shanghai > Hubei province > Shaanxi province > Gansu province > Shandan > Lanzhou > ... Read more

Bust of Rewi Alley, Qingpu Cemetery, Shanghai

Rewi Alley's China > Beijing > Shanghai > Hubei province > Shaanxi province > Gansu province > Shandan > Lanzhou > ... Read more

Rewi Alley’s Residence in Honghu, Hubei Province

Rewi Alley's China > Beijing > Shanghai > Hubei province > Shaanxi province > Gansu province > Shandan > Lanzhou > ... Read more

Statue of Rewi Alley, Fengxian, Shaanxi province

Rewi Alley's China > Beijing > Shanghai > Hubei province > Shaanxi province > Gansu province > Shandan > Lanzhou > ... Read more

Rewi Alley Youth Tour 2017  – Youth engagement in the Inte...

If the average Kiwi were asked if he knew Rewi Alley, chances are that he would say ‘no’.  But Rewi Alley was significant in changing an e... Read more
Rewi Alley RAFE Fund

Rewi Alley

The most famous New Zealander in China - Rewi Alley contributed perhaps more than any other foreigner to the Chinese revolution. He was th... Read more

Rewi Alley’s China: Summary of Rewi Alley locations + Trav...

Rewi Alley spent much of his life in China.  There are many resources available on his history and contributions.  Provided here is specif... Read more