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Presenting the Special Award to those person for their long-term dedications and supports 

 

Frank K. Wong 黄雨川

Mr. Frank K Wong is the founder of Chinese Democracy Education Foundation, former president and honorary president.

Mr. Wong word Honghui
, was born March 18, 1919 in Taishan Chaojing, Guangdong China. He had done greate contribation to the democratic moverments of China. Unfortunately, died in March 9, 1998. Former House Speaker and Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi spoke highly of Mr. Huang Yuchuan in Congress: "Mr. Speaker, I am here to mourn the death of a great American, and he dedicated his life to democratic ideals, these ideas are is the basis for the founding of our nation. >>>Read more...

 


 

Anthony Ma 馬良駿 

We all like to call him nickname, Tony, He was vice president of Chinese Democratic Education Foundation. He had worked two decades consistently for Chinese Democracy Education. On March 15, 2010, he received the Special Contribution Award from CDEF >>>Read more...

 


 

Jerry Sung 孫魯正 

Dr. Sung's is a technical expert for the design and development of high-fidelity dynamic simulator, and also was one of the founding members of Chinese Democratic Education Foundation. To reward his two decades consistently active in China Democracy Education, he received the special contribution award at the 15th prize ceremony from CDEF. >>>Read more...

 


 

Mr. and Mrs. Sun 孫國棟、何冰姿夫婦

Mr. Sun Guodong is a famous history scholar. He was born in 1922 in Guangzhou , Chongqing, National Chengchi University graduate. Year 1949, he escaped from China to Hong Kong to getaway from communists. As the first graduates of the new Asia Institute, he had studied history under Mr. Qian Mu. Mr. Sun served as professor of history, Dean, Dean of College of New Asia College, New Asia director of the Institute for the History of the Tang and Song Dynasty at New Asia College and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Retired in 1983, he moved to San Francisco Bay Area. He wrote on a lot of articles, to promote Chinese culture, democracy , to criticize CCP authoritarian regime. After "June 4th" massacre, Mr. Sun and his wife participated mourning "June 4th" and the promotion of democracy in China has never stopped. Mr. Sun served as member of advisor committee for the longer-term Chinese Democracy Education Foundation.
Mrs. Sun, He Bingzi was born in Sanshui, Guangdong, China, in a tranditional family. She graduated from Zhongshan University. When WWII, she helped her mother to teach exile Guangdong school free zone until the victory of the war. 1949 with her husband moved to Hong Kong together. She taught at Shatin Lutheran school, and served as president for a decade. Retired in 1981, she emigrated to the U.S.  >>>Read more...

 


 

成其林 Chen Qilin

Mr. Chen was born in 1929, die in 2003, at the age of 74 years. At 3 years old, to keep away from the Japanese bombing, he often stayed in the very wet hiding cave with his grandmother. He got rheumatoid arthritis and suffered from very pain. At age seventeen his condition deteriorated. His waist and hip joints hardened.  Standing the adversity, he never gave up. He worked hard and became a expert in Russian language. although by a major blow, but not bow to the face of adversity, specializes in Russian, operated a Russian school in Shanghai. In 1984, he emigrated to California. Regaining the courage of a soldier, he involved in pro-democracy activities, volunteered for Chinese Democratic Education Foundation, inputting computer data, making party cards, preparing materials, printing handouts ……>>>Read more...

 


 

Liu Kaishen 劉凱申 

Mr. Liukai was born in Henan in 1945, got bachelor degree in psychology, National Taiwan University, a master's degree in 1970 and served as a lecturer, Ph.D. in 1975 University of Duesseldorf, Germany. He came back to the National Taiwan University served as associate professor. In 1982, he got Master of Public Health Master at UCLA. He served as the EPA Science Advisory Board. For a long time, Mr. Liu career had concerned about the future of democracy in mainland China and the Chinese in nation. After the 1989 Tiananmen incident, he initiated the establishment of the San Francisco Bay Area "pro-Service Center" to help the families of the victims of Tiananmen massacre and exile pro-democracy activists. In 1990, he established a research organization engaged a think tank in nature Chinese democratization, - the Twenty-First Century China Foundation. On January 9, 2002, Mr. Liu Kaishen died in Berkeley, was fifty-six years.. >>>Read more...

 


 

Thomas Marsh  

The sculptor of the Chinese Democracy Goddess of San Fracisco ... >>>Read more...