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I tautokongia a Pat, te hoa rangatira a Hiwi, i ōna mahi katoa. I whakauhi ana rāua i ngā apārangi whakawhitinga nō Haina. I ēnei rā, ko ngā tamariki o Hiwi rāua ko Pat ngā kaiwhakahaere, me ngā kaitautoko o te rōpū Chin-Māo.
Rewi Alley, a New Zealander, came to China in 1927. Sharing wealth and woe with the Chinese people, he devoted 60 years of his life to Chinese people’s cause of liberation and construction. In the 1930s, he joined an international Marxist-Leninist group in Shanghai and wrote many articles publicizing the Chinese people’s resistance against Japanese aggressors. During the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, he took an active part in and was one of the sponsors of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative Movement that became a unique economic force that emerged by organizing the unemployed workers and refugees into production and survival and in support of the Resistance War. After the founding of New China, he dedicated his efforts to safeguard world peace and the cause of friendship among the peoples of the world, making important contributions to developing friendship between the Chinese people and the people of New Zealand and other countries.