Allah the Almighty through His special decree, brought him to Pakistan from a remote part of China and enabled him to accept Ahmadiyyat. His own writings are available and he has written his own memoirs in which he has shed ample light on his relationship with God Almighty, how He guided him towards accepting Ahmadiyyat, acquiring religious knowledge and subsequently dedicating his life. Even some of the incidents, which he narrated to various people, and some of the things, which people have written about him and sent to me are written in great detail. It is not possible to give a detailed account of them or to present them in their entirety. These are very faith inspiring incidents. There is so much information about his circumstances, his life, his services and his character, that one could compile a book. In my opinion, Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya Pakistan could fulfil this task in a more befitting manner.
Nevertheless, at present, I will speak briefly about the aforementioned dervish-like individual, who was a revered member of the Community, life-devotee, missionary and a scholar; one who practiced what he preached and was a waliullah [friend of Allah]. He is a role model for life-devotees and missionaries in particular and for every Ahmadi in general.
Now is not the time to give a detailed account of this
I will speak briefly on what various people have written about his life and character later on. Although Osman Chini Sahib was known as “Osman Chini”, his full name was Mohammed Osman Chung Sai Chou. He passed away on ily on 13 December 1925, in the Chinese province of Anhui. Upon finishing High School in 1946 he completed a year of advanced studies at the Nanchang University before pursuing a degree in Politics at the Nanchang National Central University.
As he had no interest in politics, he considered studying philosophy of law or religious studies. At first, he says that he intended to study in Turkey. However he came to Pakistan in 1949. Having conducted personal research, he performed the Bai’at [Oath of Initiation] and joined Jamia Ahmadiyya. In ination from Jamia Ahmadiyya. This used to be an abridged course for missionaries. He dedicated his life on 16 August 1959 and his first appointment was in January 1960. In order to complete the Missionary Training course, he once again enrolled in Jamia Ahmadiyya in April 1961 and graduated in 1964 having obtained the Shahid degree.
He had the opportunity to serve in Pakistan in Wakalat-e-Tasneef, Tehrik-e-Jadid, Rabwah as a life-devotee and also served as a missionary in Karachi and Rabwah. He had the opportunity to serve in Singapore and in Malaysia in 1966. He remained in Singapore for approximately three and a half years and spent almost four months in Malaysia. He returned to Pakistan in 1970 and served as a missionary in various places. He also had the honour of performing the Umrah and Hajj to the House of Allah.
Innaa Lillah Wa Innaa Ilaihi Raji’oon [Surely, to Allah we belong and to Him shall we return]
After the migration of Hazrat Khalifatul-Masih IV (rh) , various offices were established here in London. With the increased workload, a Chinese desk was formed to work on translations of the literature of the Community. Thereafter, he was called here [to the UK]. He had the opportunity to translate books into Chinese. Among them http://www.loansolution.com/installment-loans-nh/, the Chinese translation of the Holy Quran is especially worthy of mention. He also wrote books on the doctrines and the teachings of the Community. He is survived by his wife, a son and two daughters.