Florence Fang

Board of Director of US China Strong 中美強
Honorable trustee of Peking University 北大名譽校董
Founder of WWII Pacific War Memorial Hall 海外抗日戰爭紀念館名譽館長

Florence Fang is the chairwoman of the Florence Fang Family Foundation.

Previously, Mrs. Fang was the publisher of the San Francisco Examiner as well as a chairwoman for the Independent Newspaper Group, which owns fourteen local newspapers.

She was at the helm of Asian Week and was served as president of the Chinese version of The Young China Daily and The China World News.

She has successfully managed multiple businesses, and was twice awarded the California Woman of The Year, in 1990 and 2003.

Mrs. Fang is passionate about education: in 2006, she donated millions of dollars to University of California Berkeley’s East Asian Library.

She is an honorable trustee at Peking University and an honorable professor at Wuhan University. In June 2013, the Peking University opened the Florence Lee Fang building, which will serves as her dedication to teaching and promoting Chinese language and culture around the world.

Mrs. Fang serves as the Honorable Chairwoman of the Flying Tiger Historical Organization. She recently donated an original C-47 airplane that once flew over “The Hump” airlift route through the Himalayas.

In 2015, she is the founder of the WWII Pacific War Memorial Hall.

她是中美兩國民間和平文化大使(白宮及中南海)

 

HONDA, Mike, a Representative from California; born in Walnut Grove, Solano County, Calif., June 27, 1941; graduated from San Jose High School, San Jose, Calif., 1959; B.A., San Jose State University, San Jose, Calif., 1968; M.A., San Jose State University, San Jose, Calif., 1974; United States Peace Corps, 1965-1967; member of the San Jose, Calif., planning commission, 1971-1981; member of the San Jose, Calif., unified school board, 1981-1990; member of the Santa Clara County, Calif., board of supervisors, 1990-1996; member of the California state assembly, 1997-2000; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundred Seventh and to the seven succeeding Congresses (January 3, 2001-January 3, 2017); was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection to the One Hundred Fifteenth Congress in 2016.