Peking University Education Foundation (USA)
Peking University Education Foundation (USA) (“PKUEF (USA)”) was established in 2001 under the support from alumni and friends of Peking University (PKU) in the United States. PKUEF (USA) is a California based nonprofit organization that qualifies for US federal tax exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It’s mission and purpose are to strengthen ties between PKU and North America, raise funds from alumni and friends to support the University’s long-term development and promote the U.S.-China cultural and people-to-people exchange.
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Peking University Education Foundation (USA) established the Samuel Berger Memorial Fellowship in July 2019. The Fellowship was proposed by Julia Chang Bloch, President of the US-China Education Trust and former U.S. Ambassador to Nepal, who was entrusted by Susan Berger, wife of the late Honorable Samuel Berger, former National Security Assistant to President Bill Clinton. The Fellowship aims to promote cultural and educational communication between the youth of the U.S. and China, empower young Chinese scholars to deepen the scope of their research into America, so as to promote the U.S.-China cultural and people-to-people exchanges.