They are (sort of) Chinese, they are from the Republic of China, otherwise known as Taiwan.
#1: Hu Pen Bravery Medal, an Army award instituted 5 May 1958 and given for significant contributions during battle, such as destroying enemy fortifications, routing enemy reinforcements, and assisting the main force in combat. It comes in 2 grades, this is the A grade.
#2: Order of Sublime Commencement, instituted 14 June 1945 and awarded for distinguished air combat.
#3: Order of Loyalty and Diligence, instituted 23 September 1944 and awarded for 10 years’ distinguished service in the armed forces.
#4: Order of National Glory, instituted 8 November 1937 and awarded for distinguished contributions to national defence in the face of foreign invasion. This is a bit unusual, it’s normally worn as a sash badge – but both badge and ribbon are correct for this order. Could be someone had another sash order but still wanted to wear this so had a chest ribbon made up!