Special Contribution Award
黄雨川 Frank K. Wong
Mr. Huang Yuchuan is the founder of China Democracy Education Foundation, and has served as president and honorary president. Huang Yuchuan, courtesy name Honghui, was born in Chaojing, Taishan, Guangdong, on March 18, 1919. He spent his whole life working hard for the cause of Chinese democracy. Passed away on March 9, 1998. Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi spoke highly of Mr. Huang Yuchuan in her speech in Congress: “Mr. Speaker, I am only here to mourn the passing of a great American who devoted his life to the ideals of democracy, and these ideals are It is the foundation of our nation’s founding”
馬良駿 Anthony Ma
Everyone loves to call him Tony. Vice President of China Democracy Education Foundation, has been actively involved in democracy education in China for 20 years, and was awarded the Special Contribution Award on March 15, 2010
孫魯正 Jerry Sung
Dr. Sun’s technical expertise lies in the design and development of high-fidelity dynamic simulators. China Democracy Education Foundation: One of the founding members. Over the past 20 years, he has consistently and actively engaged in democratic education in China, and was awarded the Special Contribution Award at the 15th Outstanding Democracy Award Ceremony.
孫國棟、何冰姿夫婦 Sun Guodong, He Bingzi and his wife
Mr. Sun Guodong is a famous historian. Born in Guangzhou in 1922, graduated from National Chengchi University in Chongqing, and exiled to Hong Kong in 1949, where he studied under the tutelage of Mr. Qian Mu in the history of national governance. He is the first graduate of the New Asia Research Institute. Mr. Sun has served as professor and head of the History Department of New Asia College and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, dean of the Faculty of Letters of New Asia College, and director of the New Asia Research Institute. In 1983, he retired and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to academic research, he wrote an article to correct the misunderstanding of Chinese culture, pointing out that people with lofty ideals who oppose the CCP today often blame the CCP’s autocratic dictatorship on China’s history and culture, thinking that the Chinese should avoid it. Abandoning what they own and completely Westernizing, this is because they lack a real understanding of Chinese history and culture. If people can’t use their own history and culture to establish themselves and establish their own foundation, they will never really be able to absorb the advantages of learning other people’s cultures. Published a large number of current articles, taking Chinese history and culture as a mirror, advocating democratic politics and criticizing autocratic regimes. After “June 4th”, Mr. Sun and his wife participated in the mourning of “June 4th” and the promotion of democracy in China.
Mrs. Sun, Ms. He Bingzi, is from Sanshui, Guangdong, China. She was born into a family of education and graduated from Sun Yat-sen University. In her youth, she assisted her mother in running an exile school in the Northern Guangdong Free Zone until the victory of the Anti-Japanese War. In 1949, he and Mr. Sun went into exile in Hong Kong, where he first taught at the Shatin Lutheran School, and later became the principal for ten years. Retired and immigrated to the United States in 1981
成其林 Chen Qilin
Cheng Qilin was born in 1929 and died in 2003 at the age of 74. At the age of three, he escaped the Japanese bombing with his grandmother. He often hid in the air-raid shelter with damp stasis. He suffered from rheumatoid arthritis. At the age of seventeen, his condition worsened, and the joints of his waist, hips and feet were sclerotic. Although he was severely hit, he never bowed his head to adversity. He specialized in Russian. After that, I held a Russian remedial class in Shanghai. Immigrated to California in 1984. He regained the courage of a soldier and actively participated in activities to support democracy. He volunteered for the China Democracy Education Foundation to use a computer to sort out the information of the winners of the previous years, to create the business card of the party, and to compile the address book and the preparation of the ceremony leaflet.
劉凱申 Liu Kaishen
Liu Kaishen was born in Henan in 1945. He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from National Taiwan University in 1967, a master’s degree in 1970 and a lecturer, and a doctorate from Duesseldorf University in Germany in 1975. He returned to National Taiwan University as an associate professor. In 1982, he obtained a master’s degree in epidemiology and a master’s degree in biostatistics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and was appointed as a member of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s scientific advisory board. For a long time, Liu Kaishen has been concerned about the future of the Chinese nation and the cause of democracy in mainland China. After the June 4th Incident in 1989, he initiated the establishment of the “Democracy Service Center” in the San Francisco Bay Area to help the families of the June 4th victims and the exiles in the United States. Mainland pro-democracy activists. In 1990, the 21st Century China Foundation, a think-tank organization engaged in the study of mainland democratization, was established. On January 9, 2002, Liu Kaishen passed away in Berkeley, San Francisco Bay Area, United States, at the age of fifty or six.
托馬斯·馬什 （Thomas Marsh）
Renowned art professor and sculptor in San Francisco, author of the statue of the Chinese Goddess of Democracy in San Francisco.