- 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 Bing Liu
In 1978, after receiving extensive educational training and professional experience in China, Taiwan, and the United States, Bing Liu established Evergreen Publishing and Stationery in the Los Angeles suburb of Monterey Park, building it into one of the leading Chinese book publishers, suppliers, and distributors in North America. With Mr. Liu at its helm, Evergreen Books has continued to serve the Chinese-American community through a deep commitment to importing and selling Chinese literature and to promoting cultural programs, gallery exhibitions, and publishing books about America to help newly arrived Chinese immigrants settle into their adopted country.
Mr. Liu's deep commitment to Chinese culture in Southern California is evident in his relationship with the Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library. A longtime supporter of the library through gifts-in-kind, Mr. Liu has augmented his generosity by establishing the Bing Liu of Evergreen Books Endowed Collection in Chinese Culture to support all areas of Chinese culture, encompassing history, art, literature, and other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Considering the broad impact of Chinese culture and the many ways in which it has been documented, this fund helps the East Asian Library provide important resources to students and faculty in books, journals, photographs, maps, manuscripts, digital, or other formats.
Translated into Chinese by Yinglei Yang 楊英蕾
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