Chinese saints or sages traditionally are defined to be the utmost perfect man with the most comprehensive intelligence and practices. In summary, it can be deemed as the man who is of the talents and morality simultaneously. Initially, it was an ideal personality that Confucians strived for. As the extension and widening of it in use, many great souls of academics and schools were all respected to be the saints or sages. But the great men of the remote ages like Yao, Shun Yu, Emperor Yellow, Emperor Yan, Chi You and so on are the shared sages of all the schools. In different religions, they have their own sages. In Confucianism, there were lots of famous historic or mythic souls considered as the sages of theirs like Three Kings and Five Emperors, Yi Yin, Fu Yue, Shang Tang, Bo Yi, King Wen of Zhou, King Wu of Zhou, Lord Zhou, Liu Xiahui, Confucius, Yan Yuan, Mencius, Zen Zi, Zhu Xi, Wang Yangming and so on. In Taoism, the sages or saints are mostly the great souls who turn to be the immortals through their own cultivation and meditation like Lao Zi, Zhuang Zi, Lie Zi and so on. In Buddhism, the sages usually are the Buddha and Bodhisattva. In folk China, another unique viewpoint of the grassroots given based on people’s simple likes and dislikes, and they usually select a quite related figure to be the god of something they use, eat and drink. For instance ,they respect Du Kang as the sage of wine, Zhang Zhongjing as the sage of medicine, Wang Xizhi as the sage of calligraphy, Wu Daozi as the sage of painting, Guan Yu as the sage of Kung Fu, Fan Li as the sage of business, Sima Qian as the sage of history and so on. Anyway, the topic of Chinese saints or sages is a multiple thinking and discussion. Any type of depiction and demonstration is to show the greatness and influence of those great souls in ancient China. Thanks to their great achievements, China has a fantastic and glorious page of philosophy, religion and spirituality.