Zhu Qianzhi (1899-1972), was born in Fujian. He was a famous contemporary Chinese philosopher, historian of philosophy, Oriental cultural sociologist, religious scientist, and foreign ideological and cultural comparative sociologist. Born into generations of Medical family, his parents passed away at an early age and was brought up by his aunt. During the beginning of the Republic of China, he was admitted into the First Provincial Middle School, where he familiarized himself with the classics. He even wrote a book "Ancient Chinese History", and published his works in “Book of Hero Worship” and other publications, making him well-known in the village.In 1929,  he traveled eastward to Japan, to study Philosophy and History. Upon returning home, he served as a professor at Jinan University. Since 1932, he started working at the Sun Yat-sen University, and served as as the Dean of History, Philosophy and Literature Department. In 1950, he became a professor at Department of Philosophy, Peking University, and subsequently transferred to become a researcher of the Institute of World Religions of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in 1964. His masterpiece is “The Impact of Chinese philosophy on Europe","The Impact of Ancient Chinese Melody towards Ancient Greek Music","Examination of Fusang",”The Discovery of America by Chinese Monks a Thousand Years before Columbus”.