a Chinese Protestant Christian evangelist and author from Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. Agong was baptized by Robert Morrison (the first Protestant missionary to China) at Macau about 1830. After his baptism, he was opposed by his wife, who was devoted to idols. The same year he itinerated about 250 miles across China, accompanied by Liang Fa, teaching and distributing Christian tracts, which they had written and printed themselves. Heading southwest, they followed the route of one of the public examiners, and passing on from one district to another, they had free access to the young literati, among whom they distributed upwards of 7000 tracts on Christian subjects.
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