- 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 Professor Lucie Cheng, Chia-lin Cheng, Si-Wei Cheng, and You-shu Cheng
The She-Wo Cheng Memorial Fund was established by UCLA Sociology Professor Lucie Cheng, Chia-lin Cheng, Si-Wei Cheng, and You-shu Cheng in honor of the centennial of the birth of their father. She-Wo Cheng was born in Nanking, China, in 1898 and graduated from Peking University in 1921. He founded the Shih Chieh Daily and, overcoming many challenges, went on to found several other newspapers in China. In 1948 he was elected a legislator of the Republic of China. The Communist takeover of China in 1949 led to a shutdown of Mr. Cheng's newspapers, an act that he protested vigorously. In 1952 he moved his family to Taiwan. With the government's ban on newspapers at that time, he decided to found a school of journalism. In 1956 he founded the Shih-Chieh Vocational School of Journalism in Taipei, which became Shih Hsin University. In 1988, when the ban on newspapers was lifted, Mr. Cheng founded Taiwan Lih-Pao Daily at the age of 91 and continued his remarkable career until shortly before his death in 1991. The She-Wo Cheng Memorial Fund in the Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library will be used to support the acquisition and processing of Chinese-, Japanese-, and Korean-language materials in journalism and education.
Translated into Chinese by Yinglei Yang 楊英蕾
East Asian Library