- Man-Hing Chen Memorial 陳餘敏卿纪念基金
- She-Wo Cheng Memorial Fund 成舍我紀念基金
- Nubo Huang of Zhongkun Group Cultural Endowment Fund 中坤集團黃怒波文化交流基金
- Edna and Yu-Shan Han Collection and Endowment Fund 韓玉珊教授紀念基金
- May C. Chong Endowment 張美青文化基金
- Yong Chen Chu Endowed Fund in Support of Chinese Language and Culture 朱永琛中國文化基金
- Alice Lee-Tsiang Chung Memorial Collection Endowment 鐘蒋莉青纪念基金
- Sammy Yukuan Lee Family Endowment for Chinese Archaeology and Culture 李汝寬家族中国考古文化基金
- Bing Liu of Evergreen Books Endowed Collection in Chinese Culture 劉冰中國文化圖書基金
- Amy Ching-Fen Tsiang Legacy Endowment 蔣吳慶芬基金
- Stephen O. Lesser Endowment 史迪文基金
- Southern California Foundation for the Preservation of Chinese Literature and History INC. Endowment
- Lifu Wang Chinese Cultural Endowment
- David and Yachiyo Nakatani Memorial Collection Endowment for Japanese Studies
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Made possible by a gift from Amy C. and Donald H. Tsiang
Few librarians have had the opportunity to devote forty years of service to a single library. When Amy Ching-Fen Tsiang started her work at the Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library in 1969, she was a junior librarian newly graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia. The Library was then called the Oriental Library and located in the basement of the Powell Building. Amy’s long career is reflected in the history of the Library. She has helped shape all kinds of professional services for the Library, specifically in cataloguing, reference service, library instruction, collection development, and management. She played an essential role in the Library’s transition from manual to automated operations. Under her direction as the Library head from 1998 to 2009, the East Asian Library became one of the ten largest East Asian collections in North America. The influence of Amy Ching-Fen Tsiang has been a keystone in the development of the Library. With the support of her husband, Donald, and her children, she established this endowment to celebrate the legacy her forty years of service has left. Her contribution aims to support the continuing growth of the East Asian collection at UCLA for generations to come.
Translated into Chinese by Yinglei Yang 楊英蕾
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