W.T. Chan Fellowships Alumni

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CHENG Yun
2011
SYSU Lingnan
UCB
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FENG Run
2011
SYSU School of Sociology and Anthropology
UCB
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HUANG Wenjing
2011
SYSU School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
UCB
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LIN Lin
2011
SYSU School of Sociology and Anthropology
UCLA
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MAO Di
2011
SYSU School of Sociology and Anthropology
UCB
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TSE Kai Wai
2011
Lingnan University
UCLA
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TSUI Wing Yan
2011
Lingnan University
UCLA
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WEI Lin
2011
SYSU Lingnan University
UCLA
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YANG Min jia
2011
SYSU School of Law
UCLA
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YIN Qiuyu
2011
SYSU School of Sociology and Anthropology
UCLA
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ZHUO Shixian
2011
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
UCB
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ZOU Chenghong
2011
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
UCB
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Yan Chen
Yan Chen
Yan
2010
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Yan Chen interned at the community-based AIDS Project of the East Bay (APEB), which provides a variety of services to the HIV positive community including assistance accessing medical care, housing, and financial resources. APEB also provides HIV testing and counseling as well as mental health support and education and outreach programs. Yan worked as a communication and program assistant focused on facilitating communication and partnerships between APEB and the community through a website construction project and a fund raising project.
UCB
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Jingqi Huang
Huang Jingqi
Alylin
2010
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Huang Jingqi, Alylin, worked with New Sector Alliance, which is a a social impact consulting and leadership development firm. New Sector meets critical community needs by delivering capacity-building services to client organizations while simultaneously developing the next generation of leaders. Currently, Alylin focused on the launch of The New Sector Residency in Social Enterprise program in the Bay Area.
UCB
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Li Charisette
Li Huiqing
Charisette
2010
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Li Huiqing, Charisette, interned at Bay Area Video Coalition, a San Francisco-based non-profit organization based whose mission is to inspire social change by enabling the sharing of diverse stories through art, education and technology. Charisette worked with the Next Generation Youth Program, which consists of three projects, Digital Pathway, The Factory, and BUMP Records. Each of these projects work together to empower youth from low-income families so that they can tell stories in their own creative ways and achieve their artistic dreams.
UCB
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Anna Li
Li Sze Yin
Anna
2010
Lingnan University
Li Sze Yin, Anna, interned at the Access Center of Ocean Park Community Center in Santa Monica. OPCC, is an homeless agent providing comprehensive services to help homeless people to find housing. The Access Center is the first point of entry for all homeless people seeking assistance. Anna worked on the outreach team, going out into the street and approaching homeless youths. Domestic abuse, mental illness, substance abuse, unemployment, and other difficulties force many people onto street and push them from society. Anna participated in individual case management by providing guidance and support in order to empower homeless youths find stablity in their lives. By getting to understand to the society's outsiders, Anna became more familiar with the whole California social services system.
UCLA
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Liang Terry
Liang Yantao
Terry
2010
SYSU Lingnan University
Liang Yantao, Terry, interned at the Human Relations Commission (HRC) and the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), which operate out of the Los Angeles City Hall. HRC focuses on addressing and eliminating community conflict and violence, advancing public safety, promoting positive inter-group relations, improving law enforcement relations in the community, and building respect, tolerance, and appreciation for diversity. The mission of CSW is informing and advising the Mayor and City Council of the needs and problems of women in the City of Los Angeles with special emphasis given to women in City government. Terry helped to organize a religious forum to discuss issues surrounding a mosque that will be built in New York near the site of the World Trade Center towers. He also participated in a program which aims to improve the environment of charter schools in LA.
UCLA
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MO Weicheng
Mo Weicheng
Will
2010
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Mo Weicheng, Will, interned at Venice Family Clinic, whose mission is to provide free, quality health care to people in need. Will worked at the Volunteer Service Department focusing on developing the online volunteer application and management system, improving the data-entry process and a fund raising project.
UCLA
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Suke Pang
Pang Suk Yi
Suke
2010
Lingnan University
Pang Suk Yi, Suke, interned at the Venice Family Clinic. Founded in 1970, the Clinic is now the largest free clinic in the United States, providing over 80,000 patient visits per year. It offers integrative medical care to people in need, including the uninsured and homeless. Each year, over 2,000 volunteers are attracted by the Clinic's mission to donate their time and professional skills. Suke worked for the Volunteer Service Department which organizes the volunteers coming to the Clinic. She helped with the administrative duties in the department and was in charge of the Pediatric Literacy Program, in which each child patient is given a new book to promote early literacy.
UCLA
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Astraea Tang
Tang Yui Ming
Astraea
2010
Lingnan University
Tang Yui Ming, Astraea, interned at two sites, the Center for Community Learning (CCL) at UCLA and The Broad Stage. CCL is aimed at promoting civic engagement of UCLA students and faculty by promoting an awareness of public issues and active participation with community organizations. It encdourages the integration of teaching, research, and service in collaboration with community partners. The Broad Stage, founded at Santa Monica, contributes to the local cultural community through arts education, which helps to build a new generation of audience and artists and promotes the free exchange of ideas in an open, caring community of learners. Astraea worked as a Program Assistant of JumpStart at CCL, which is a pre-school educational program for low-income communities and is sponsored by Americorps. She also acted as an Educational Assistant at The Broad Stage, focusing on outreach to community partners and organizing free or low-cost arts education.
UCLA
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WANG Ying
Wang Ying
Sheila
2010
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Wang Ying, Sheila, worked at InterPlay & BodyWisdom. InterPlay is as a community-based art practice as well as an art education and therapy organization. It provides diversified programs, classes and "Untensive" retreats targeted at a wide range of groups to them explore their bodies and minds. Simultaneously, Interplay also helps them to make connection with people around them and so build healthy communities. Interplay's participants can feel safe and free to listen and witness others' stories and tell their own unique stories through creative, active, and playful performances and art.
UCB
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Xie Xin
Xie Xin
Shelley
2010
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Xie Xin, Shelley, worked with Juma Ventures, a youth development program that seeks to ensure that underserved youth are able to complete a four-year college education by combining professional skills training through employment in social enterprises, college preparation and academic support, as well as asset building. Shelley worked as a development associate, assisting with Juma's fundraising and developing a case study of Juma's revenue model.
UCB
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Yvonne
Yu Yang
Yvonne
2010
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Yu Yang, Yvonne, interned with the Ocean Park Community Center, which serves the homeless population in Santa Monica. She worked on two programs, Daybreak and Safe Haven. Daybreak addresses the basic needs of homeless women with mental illnesses by providing a safe and supportive environment where they can access information and resources needed to stabilize their lives and move into permanent housing. Safe Haven utilizes a "Housing First" community model to serve chronically homeless individuals living with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Safe Haven has full day services for homeless people and 25 beds available to the homeless, which do not require a commitment to services as a precondition for shelter. This is currently accepted as a best practice by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and by homeless policy organizations throughout the nation.
UCLA
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Zheng Shaoyu
Zheng Shaoyu
Eve
2010
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Zheng Shaoyu, Eve, interned with the Mosaic Project, an educational, non-profit organization to bring kids from different background together to experience a microcosm of a diverse, inclusive, and just world in order to show the kids that Peace is Possible. The kids are not only inspired to promote the peace, but also empowered with concrete peace-making skills. Shaoyu helped the Mosaic Project with the out-door school program and in-school program, getting first-hand experience with educating the kids and gaining knowledge of building peace.
UCB
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Chan Cheuk Lai
Chan Cheuk Lai
Jenifa
2009
Lingnan University
Chan Chuek Lai,Jenifa, interned with two organizations in Los Angeles: Sierra Club and the Venice Family Clinic. As a Conservation Program Intern at Sierra Club, she worked on the Water Conservation Ordinance Research Project, to grade cities in Los Angeles County and Orange County on their water conservation practices. She also worked on the Recycling Ambassador Program with the Zero Waste Committee. As a Volunteer Services Intern at the Venice Family Clinic, she organized volunteer day events, coordinated group visits, and helped with fundraising at fairs. She also created a database for the Giveaway Books Program. She also worked with another Chan Fellow, Ray Chen, on the Latino Leaders Research Project and the Solar Panel Research Project.
UCLA
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Chen Rui
Chen Rui
Ray
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Chen Rui, Ray, worked at the Venice Family Clinic, whose mission is to provide free and quality health care to people in need. He engaged in projects to create an electronic database of all volunteers, to organize fundraising and networking outreach to Hispanic leaders in L.A, and to analyze the feasibility of the clinic's use of solar power.
UCLA
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Chen Wenchao
Chen Wenchao
Frances
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Chen Wenchao, Frances, interned at Institute of International Education in San Francisco. She worked on the International Visitor Leaderships Program, which is designed to increase international understanding and co-operation by hosting international visitors from government, business, education, and the arts. France helped them to obtain firsthand knowledge about the United States, its people, policies, and culture and to establish lasting professional relationships. For example, she hosted a TV director from Indonesia (arranging a visit to the Bay Area Video Coalition, where Irene Guo, another Chan fellow, interned) and a researcher from the National Center for Scientific Research in France.
UCB
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Vic Cui
Cui Wenmin
Vic
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Cui Wenmin, Vic, interned for the Stanford Programs division of VIA (formerly Volunteers in Asia), an independent, non-profit, educational exchange organization that provides US-Asia public service and educational exchange opportunities. The Stanford Programs division develops and coordinates short-term, focused, cross-cultural study programs for students of Asia's top universities focusing on specific themes such as health care, poverty and homelessness, or volunteerism. VIA has offices at Stanford University and in San Francisco and Vic split her time between these offices.
UCB
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Guo Yanping
Guo Yanping
Irene
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Guo Yanping, Irene, interned at the Bay Area Video Coalition, a non profit organization based in San Francisco which inspires social change by enabling the sharing of diverse stories through art, education and technology. She worked specifically for the Next Generation program, which empowers youth from low-income families to express themselves, to document their community life, and to broaden their views of possible career paths.
UCB
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Li Junbao
Li Junbao
Julian
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Li Junbao, Julian, worked at Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN), which seeks to empower low-income Asian Pacific Islander (API) communities to achieve environmental and social justice. He was involved specifically with the Power in Asians Organizing (PAO) project, which works with a pan-Asian immigrant community in Oakland to promote social justice.
UCB
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Mo Ni
Mo Ni
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Mo Ni interned Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC). A thriving community arts organization, the OACC promotes cross-cultural understanding for present and future generations and builds vibrant communities through Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) arts and culture programs designed to foster intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue, cultural identity, collaborations, and social justice.
UCB
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Qin Lei
Qin Lei
Kingsley
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Qin Lei, Kingsley, worked at the Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California (APALC), which advocates for civil rights, provides direct legal services and impact litigation, and builds coalitions among Asian Pacific Americans to create a more equitable and harmonious society. Kingsley supported policy analysis and advocacy in the Policy and Immigrants Right Program as well as researching Asian Pacific American voting patterns.
UCLA
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So Lai Ting
So Lai Ting
Jasmine
2009
Lingnan University
So Lai Ting, Jasmine, worked at the YWCA Santa Monica/Westside, which seeks to empower women and girls by creating opportunities for growth and leadership. She is focusing on a media awareness compaign and fundraising efforts for the YWCA and the Girls In Action program, which is a leadership program for middle school girls.
UCLA
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Wang Teng
Wang Teng
Tom
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Wang Teng, Tom, interned at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), which seeks to build coalitions, provide community education and outreach, and organize for policy advocacy. He worked specifically on the Policy & Advocacy Team and the Organizing Team. He sought to bring Chinese communities in the Los Angeles area into the national Reform Immigration for American campaign.
UCLA
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Wang Xinni
Wang Xinni
Xinni
2009
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Wang Xinni worked at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, which seeks to inspire the imagination and ignite critical dialogue through art and film. She was involved in planning and organizing several Asian art exhibitions with curators and exploring art critique. The exhibits included: "Recent Acquisitions: The Asian Collection" (Nov. 2009), "Assignment Shanghai: Photographs on the Eve of Revolution" (Mar. 2010), and "Delightful Pursuit: Japanese Art Exhibition" (Nov. 2010). Xinni was also involved in other aspects of museum management, including fundraising operations, trustees connections, and education programs.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Xiao Qi
Emily
2009
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Xiao Qi, Emily, interned in the Los Angeles city government's Human Relation Commission, which seeks to ensure the full and equal welfare and safety of all residents in the Los Angeles community through programs designed to reduce discrimination and violence and to improve intergroup relations. She worked on the Watts Gang Task Force, the Prevention Intervention and Education Program, and a self-designed media plan for Chinese American community, which sought to promote communication between city government and the Chinese-American community.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Chiang Xirong
Sylvia
2008
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Chiang Xirong, Syliva, worked at the City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office (Los Angeles River Project) on revitalizing and remaking the Los Angeles River into public park space by coordinating with city government and more than 300 community-based organizations to support the goals of communities along the river.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Dong Yun
Doreen
2008
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Dong Yun ,Doreen, worked at Public Counsel, a pro bono law firm where she sought to defend the interests of children in Los Angeles by advancing the goal of a safe, healthy and actively educational environments for all children.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Hung Ka Ho
Billy
2008
Lingnan University
Hung Ka Ho ,Billy, worked at Heal the Bay, which seeks to protect the safety and sustainability of seafood and the quality of the water in the Los Angeles area through pubic information outreach campaigns.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Gao Zhenxian
Ryan
2008
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
In his internship,Gao Zhenxian ,Ryan, supported integrated community development in Los Angeles at Local Initiatives Support Corporation, which serves as fiscal agent for non-profit construction and infrastructure development projects.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Yang Gang
Martin
2008
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Yang Gang's, Martin, internship placement was at the Chinese Newcomers Association in San Francisco, where he helped to pormote immigrant self-efficacy.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Ou Zhujun
Jasmine
2008
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Ou Zhujun's, Jasmine, internship was at the Institute for International Education where she helped to organize delegations of international visitors and plan their learning experiences in the United States.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Pang Ching Yee
Penny
2008
Lingnan University
Pang Ching Yee, Penny, worked at FORGE assisting refugees in Africa and helping to eliminate poverty in Africa.
UCB
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Zheng Dandan
Jessica
2008
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Zheng Dandan, Jessica, interned at Youth Service California, which supports organizations state-wide who involve youth in service-learning and making change in their communities.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Chen Wei
Stephanie
2007
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Chen Wei, Stephanie, interned at Heart of Los Angeles, a youth service organization.
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Xiao Qi
Xu Wen
Jessy
2007
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Xu Wen, Jessy, worked at the Center for Healthy Aging.

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Zhong Min
Rita
2007
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Zhong Min, Rita, was an intern at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights in Los Angeles.
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Xiao Qi
Hok Him Lee
Tim
2007
Lingnan University
Hok Him Lee, Tim, worked at the William C. Velasquez Institute.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Huang Zhimin
Jack
2007
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Huang Zhimin, Jack, interned at TILT and the Film Arts Foundation. To view a video clip of Jack summarizing his experience, click here.
UCB
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Li Qin
Ada
2007
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Li Qin, Ada, applied her social work experience in her internship with UC Berkeley's Therapeutic Nursery School.
UCB
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Lok Ling Yuan
Circle
2007
Lingnan University
Lok Ling Yuan, Circle, worked at the Museum of Children's Art.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Xiong Zhou
Vivica
2007
SYSU Huamnities and Social Sciences
Xiong Zhou, Vivica, interned at the Institute of International Education's West Coast Office, assisting with the implementation of the International Visitor Leadership Program. To view a videoclip of Vivica summarizing her experience, click here.
UCB
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Huang Jingfeng
Huang Jinfeng
David
2006
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
David interned at Community Partners, a nonprofit incubator that provides technical assistance to new and emerging non-profit, social organizations.
UCLA
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Lu Liwen
Lu Liwen
Elisa
2006
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Elisa worked at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA). This organization seeks to advance the human and civil rights of immigrants and refugees in Los Angeles
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Wan Lok Kwan
Monique
2006
Lingnan University
Monique worked at the California Hospital's Hope Street Family Center Presevation Project and with one of the site's partners, the Asian Pacific Women's Center. At both sites, she explored solutions to domestic violence.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Xu Lin
Catherine
2006
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Catherine worked at Public Counsel, the largest pro-bono law organization in the country.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Chen Huiming
Jasmine
2006
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Jasmine worked at The Berkeley Alliance, a partnership between the City of Berkeley, Berkeley Unified School District, and the University of California at Berkeley that works to develop creative collaborative solutions to local issues. She assessed mental health provisions for K-12 students in Berkeley as part of the Berkeley Integrated Resources Initiative.
UCB
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Huang Jingjing
Huang Jingjing
Stephy
2006
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Stephy applied her social work experience in her internship with Asian Pacific Psychological Services, an Oakland community-based organization that provides social services, including mental health services, family counseling, and substance abuse services to low-income communities in the East Bay.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Ko Yu Fei
Kuffy
2006
Lingnan University
Kuffy worked Legal Assistance for Seniors (LAS) a nonprofit agency that provides legal assistance, representation, community referrals, and training on legal issues to Alameda County residents aged 60 and older. He lead educational workshops on legal rights in the community and assisted in individual case management.
UCB
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Liao Huidian
Ivy
2006
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Ivy worked at Resources for Community Development, a non-profit housing development corporation with the mission of creating and preserving affordable housing for people with the fewest options in Northern California. She worked in the main office as well as at several of RCD's housing sites, including a site in Oakland where she designed and managed an afterschool tutoring program for youth.
UCB
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He Min
He Min
Hermia
2005
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
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Au Lai Wing
Au Lai Wing
Ally
2005
Lingnan University
Ally worked on several projects at ArtsCorps.
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Chan Wing
Sharon
2005
Lingnan University
Sharon interned with the Youth Opportunity Movement(YOM) program run by the OneSource Centers, which provide community services to youth and are funded by the city of Los Angeles.
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Wang Yingxin
Yuki
2005
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Yuki worked at the Center for Law in the Public Interest, a nonprofit, public interest law firm. She conducted research, drafted legal briefs and laid the ground work for several new projects. She also attended a conference in L.A. on Clinical Legal Education.
UCLA
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Wu Dongni
Grace
2005
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Utilizing her legal expertise as a law student, Grace worked for the East Bay Community Law Center.
UCB
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Lau Sau Yee
Lau Sau Yee
Lydia
2005
Lingnan University
Lydia worked at the Lawrence Hall of Science.
UCB
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Weng Jinghua
Jessie
2005
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Jessie worked at Housing Rights, Inc.
UCB
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Yao Yinyan
Yao Yinyan
Sandy
2004
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
As a Chan Fellow, Sandy assisted with the Youth Opportunity Movement (YOM) program of the Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC). She helped students from marginalized communities apply to college.
UCLA
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Liu Jingjing
Ann Marie
2004
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Employing her legal skills, Liu Jingjing worked at the Center for Law in the Public Interest, a nonprofit, public interest law firm. She conducted research, drafted legal briefs and helped prepare several new projects.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Zhang Jingjun
June
2004
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
June worked at the Chinatown Service Center publicizing the Center's work in health outreach, economic development and voter registration.
UCLA
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Cheung Ching Yi
Cherry
2004
Lingnan University
Cherry worked on several projects at the City of Inglewood Community Services, focusing on its senior centers.
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Wang Qiong
Wang Qiong
Wang Qiong
2004
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
UCB
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Liaw Shu Yee
Zoe
2004
Lingnan University
Zoe worked at the "Over 60 Clinic" of the LifeLong Medical Center as the outreach assistant in the East Bay Benefits Coalition. She guided seniors through the BenefitCheckUp which is a system developed by the National Council on the aging.
UCB
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Zhao Qixian
Grace
2004
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Utilizing her legal expertise as a law student, Zhao Qixian worked for the Asian Law Caucus where she provided legal training for low-income Chinese immigrants.
UCB
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Cao Di
DiDi
2004
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
DiDi worked at three sites, primarily on outreach to the Chinese immigrant community. These were the Museum of Children's Art, the Oakland Asian Cultural Center and the Lawrence Hall of Science.
UCB
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Xiao Qi
Au Wing Han
Elise
2003
Lingnan University
Elise worked at Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission on the IMPACTO after-school academic enrichment program, which serves at-risk youth ages 6-18.
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Lai Pui Yu
O'nes
2003
Lingnan University
O'nes interned with the Youth Opportunity Movement (YOM) in Boyle Heights and catalyzed the progress of the UCLA AmeriCorps VISTA projects by recruiting high school students and assisting with the development of a fundraising plan.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Song Yueting
Clare
2003
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Clare worked at Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC). Under the Multimedia Department, Clare undertook several fundraising projects and also helped develop a business plan to market orginal products created by the organization and its constituents.
UCLA
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Zeng Yuyang
Juliet
2003
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Juliet worked on several projects at the City of Inglewood Community Services, focusing on its senior centers. She taught a Tai Chi class and led workshops on Chinese culture.
UCLA
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Qi Yong
Qi Yong
Michael
2003
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Michael interned with Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDonald and was responsible for a property management analysis project.
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Xiao Qi
Zeng Yu
Gary
2003
SYSU Humanities and Social Sciences
Gary worked at the Center for Law in the Public Interest (CLIPI) and was assigned to projects that impacted the Chinatown area of Los Angeles.
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Chan Chui Ying
Chan Chui Ying
Cherie
2002
Lingnan University
As a Chan Fellow, Cherie assisted with the Youth Opportunity Movement (YOM) program of the Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC). She organized a series of Chinese culture workshops for Watts community youth.
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Leung Wing Sze
Jojo
2002
Lingnan University
While a Chan Fellow, Jojo interned with the Youth Opportunity Movement (YOM) in Boyle Heights. She created a survey to assess the interests of youth served by Boyle Heights and organized environmental workshops.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Li Zhuowen
Owen
2002
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Owen capitalized on his interest in automobiles and organized several workshops on cars that brought together fathers and sons in the community. He also helped the City of Inglewood advertize and coordinate its annual auto show.
UCLA
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Rebecca
2002
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Rebecca chose to work at the City of Inglewood Community Services, and created an oral history program that brought together seniors and young people in that community.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Wu Xun
Alvin
2002
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Alvin worked at Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC). Under the Technical Services department, Alvin worked on a proposal to obtain funding for day-care services. He also volunteered with the afterschool program.
UCLA
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Zhi Lu
Zhi Lu
Lulu
2002
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Lulu worked at the Connections Program at Maclay Middle School in Pacoima. She tutored students and developed an afterschool Chinese culture club for 15-20 students that met three days a week.
UCLA
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Jane
2001
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Jane worked at Pacoima Beautiful, a grassroots organization in the low-income minority community of Pacoima dedicated to improving the environment and health of community residents.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Fong Meng Soi
Florence
2001
Lingnan University
Florence planned and organized various workshops for children and seniors such as computer skills, role-playing activities, crafts, and sightseeing, among other things, at the City of Inglewood, Inglewood Senior Center.
UCLA
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Xiao Qi
Lai Siyi
Siyi
2001
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Siyi volunteered at Girls Today, Women Tomorrow, an organization seeking to improve the lives of girls.
UCLA
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Luo Jinghuan
Christine
2001
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
Christine worked at the Hope Street Family Center which offers a host of activities for the local community such as after-school programs for children, computer classes, and parenting classes.
UCLA
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Ma Hok Ka
Carol
2001
Lingnan University
Carol worked with at the Circle of Friends in Inglewood which seeks to improve the lives of the disabled and mentally challenged. She is currently Programme Coordinator at the Office of Service Learning, Lingnan University.
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Xiao Qi
Ou Dongshu
Dongshu
2001
SYSU Lingnan (University) College
As a Chan Fellow, she developed programs that focused on increasing the amount and quality of communication between children and their parents at the Elizabeth Learning Center, a school that addresses barriers to learning. She subsequently earned a PhD candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University examining issues related to economics and education.
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Jun Cheng
Jaclyn
2013
SYSU
Jun "Jaclyn" Cheng is a third year undergraduate studying Statistics at Sun Yat-Sun University. Her passion for youth education and environmental protection has led her to participate in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program hosted by UCLA. Jaclyn is currently interning at Sustainable Works.
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Man Moon Kam
Florence
2013
Lingnan University
Man Moon "Florence" Kam is currently an undergraduate studying Philosophy at Lingnan University. With the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program, she's now an intern at Heal the Bay.
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Sihang Zhang
Sharen
2013
SYSU
Sihang "Sharen" Zhang is currently an third year undergraduate studying Law at Sun Yat-Sen University. Her interests include legal service, education and travelling. She's currently interning at Legal Aid Foundation.
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Xianqin Zhou
 
2013
SYSU
Xianqin Zhou is currently a second year undergraduate studying Sociology at Sun Yat-Sen University. She has dedicated her time to working in a toy factory to research more about the working conditions of a factory worker. Through her findings, she then became involved with many projects relating to migrant workers' rights and the education of migrant workers' children. She's currently interning at the Labor Center.
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Xinxin Xu
Cindy
2013
SYSU
Xinxin "Cindy" Xu is currently a third year undergraduate studying International Business at the International Business School at Sun Yat-Sen University. Her interests include travelling and volunteering. She truly believes that one person can make a difference in this world. She would like to make a change through China's educational system. By empowering the young minds in all areas of China, they can create a better world for themselves and everyone around them. Her intern site is Jumpstart.
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Yang Wang
Ryan
2013
SYSU
Yang "Ryan" Wang is currently a third year undergraduate studying International Relations at Sun Yat-Sen University. Ryan has a passion for domestic and international political issues as well as cross-cultural communication. He's currently interning at the Museum of Tolerance.
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Man Yee Ho
Afra
2013
Lingnan University
Man Yee "Afra" Ho is a third year undergraduate studying Visual Studies at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. At the Office of Service Learning, Man Yee coordinates "Think, Act, Contribute", a program that encourages those affected with long term diseases to attend health workshops and become active members in the community. Through her class called "Art and Well-Being", Man Yee worked with a group to research and design art activities for the elderly living in a rehabilitation center. The activities were edited several times to account for the visual and auditory limitations. Man Yee is currently interning at Youth Spirit Artworks.
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Yanhuan Wang
Alva
2013
SYSU
Yanhuan "Alva" Wang is a fourth year undergraduate studying Tourism Management at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. In collaboration with the Chief Director of the Global Sustainable Leadership Forum, Yanhuan created the China Youth Sustainable Development Report by interviewing youth in the community. She was invited to share this report at Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development as part of the China Youth Delegates. She has served as the Media Coordinator for both the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and Green Peace. At UNEP, she focused on analyzing public environmental policy as well as translated official reports. She conducted interviews and wrote articles that covered events hosted by Green Peace. As a Marketing and Communication intern at the United Nations World Tourism Organization, Yanhuan provided administrative support, wrote articles about tourism, and compiled reports. Yanhuan is an intern at UC Berkeley's Labor Center.
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Yueyi Lu
 
2013
SYSU
Yueyi Lu is a fourth year undergraduate studying Applied Psychology at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. Since 2010, Yueyi has joined a research team that seeks to take the scientific discoveries made in the field of psychology and give them practical uses. With this background, she created activities for middle school students to help them identify their personal values. In addition to coordinating activities, Yueyi has conducted interviews aimed at investigating the medical needs of the elderly living in Macau, China. Through these interviews, she not only gathered important information but also established friendships with the people with whom she spoke. She has also investigated school conditions and wrote a proposal detailing steps the schools can talk to improve their conditions. Yueyi is interning at Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS).
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Baiyuan Yin
Desmond
2013
SYSU
Baiyuan "Desmond" Yin is a first year Master's student studying Environmental and Resource Protection Law at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. As an assistant at the Guangzhou Nansha District Court, Baiyun observed several court proceedings as well as learned the legal procedures employed by the court. He is currently a journalist at the University's School of Law's newspaper where he reports on guest lectures and campus affairs. He values his time at the Legal Aid Association because it gave him the opportunity to learn about Education for Service and put it into practice. Baiyun decided to pursue a law degree because he wants to learn how to address social injustices using legal services. Baiyuan is interning at Asian Pacific Environmental Network.
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Yingyin Luo
Laurine
2013
SYSU Lingnan College
Yingyin "Laurine" Luo is a fourth year undergraduate studying Economics at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. Two years ago, Yingyin co-started a charity shop where community members could donate. With support from MOWO, a non-profit organization devoted to developing education in rural regions, sale revenue was used to establish four libraries. Her experience with starting a small business and coordinating with MOWO inspired her to manage a social enterprise in the future. Yingyin is interning at The Stride Center.
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Xiaohan Qiu
 
2013
SYSU
Xiaohan Qiu is a first year Master's student studying Social Work at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. Since 2009, Xiaohan has dedicated her time to a work camp in an isolate village where those diagnosed with the Hansen's disease are recovering. There she supported construction projects, established relationships with the inhabitants, and worked to bring public attention to the disease by organizing a photo exhibition. Xiaohan has made multiple visits to the village on her own time and took the initiative to apply for a grant to get funds for the work camp. Additionally, Xiaohan was trained in conducting interviews and survey ethics to learn about the family dynamics of those living in rural villages as part of the China Family Panel Studies organization. Xiaohan is interning at AIDS Project of East Bay.
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Donglin Chen
 
2014
SYSU
Donglin Chen is a first year Master’s student studying Computational Mathematics at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. She is passionate about educational access and innovation. As an undergraduate, Donglin dedicated her time to Clover Youth Development Service Center (CYDSC), a nonprofit organization in Guangzhou, China that promotes peer led experiential learning for migrant children from low-income villages on the outskirts of the city. She's currently working for the program "Discovering the Realities of our Community (DROC)" in Bay Area Community Resources (BACR).
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Yilan Chen
Elaine
2014
SYSU
Yilan "Elaine" Chen is a senior graduate student who studies Communication at the Communication and Design School of Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou. Her passion for art education has led her to participate in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program. Elaine is currently interning at Youth Spirit Artwork, a non-profit organization which provides job training in creating and selling artworks.
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Xing Du
Sophie
2014
SYSU
Xing “Sophie” Du is second year Master’s student studying Foreign Language Teaching at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. She is passionate about teaching practices, equal education for kids and continuous learning for teachers, which strongly inspired her to take part in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program hosted by UC Berkeley. Sophie is excited for the opportunity to intern at the Reading Partners program.
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Chengyun Jiang
Jason
2014
SYSU
Jason is a first year Master’s student studying Public Administration at Sun-Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, China. He is interested in how government and nonprofit organizations work together to address social issues, in particular, affordable housing. During his undergraduate studies, he learned a great deal about the Chinese government’s role in providing social welfare, and is curious about how this compares to the role of nonprofit organizations in the United States. Chengyun is interning at UC Berkeley's Public Service Center.
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Kwok Man Wai
Danny
2014
Lingnan University
Danny is a third year undergraduate Social Science student at Lingnan University. His passion for improving the world and promoting the concept of Service-Learning has led him to participate in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program hosted by UCLA. Danny is currently interning at Meet Each Needy with Dignity (MEND).
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Liu Weitao
Bobby
2014
SYSU
Bobby Liu is a fifth year medical student at SYSU Medical School. He is passionate about community-university-hospital partnerships to address the medical issues in China. Through the W.T Chan Fellowships Program, he is currently interning at OPICA, an adult day program in Los Angeles.
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Yuen Wa Lo
Candice
2014
Lingnan University
Candice Lo is a third year undergraduate student at Lingnan University majoring in translation. She has devoted herself to community services for several years. Her desire for understanding cultural differences and passion for learning about civic engagement and service-learning has led her to participate in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program hosted by UCLA. Candice is currently interning at Broadway Elementary School.
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Rao Yangzhi
Rao
2014
SYSU
Rao Yangzhi is a fourth year undergraduate student at Sun Yat-sen University majoring in Ecology. He previously worked in the Environmental Protection Association at SYSU. Rao is passionate about engaging in activities related to environmental protection, education, and justice. He is currently interning at Sustainable Works, a community-based NGO dedicated to sustainability education and community action.
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Wang Jin
Jin
2014
SYSU
Jin Wang is a third year undergraduate student studying Chinese Language and Literature at Sun Yat-Sun University. Her passion for youth education, creative writing and culture studies, has led her to participate in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program. Jin is currently interning at 826LA.
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Wei Duan
Cliff
2014
SYSU
Cliff is an undergraduate student at Sun Yat-Sun University, majoring in finance. He focuses on achieving the balance between business and society, especially with related to issues of poverty and homeless. With this passion and dream, he became a Chan Fellow at UCLA. Cliff is currently interning at PATH (People Assisting The Homeless) to learn more about how to bring about an end to homelessness.
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Xie Xiaojun
Sean
2014
SYSU
Sean is a first year graduate student studying anthropology at Sun Yat-Sun University. His passion for labor and environmental protection has led him to participate in the W.T. Chan Fellowship Program hosted by UC Berkeley. He has participated in a series of activities related to labor and the environment. He wants to know what are the differences between NGOs in China and in U.S. and learn how to make it better in China. Sean is currently interning at Asian Pacific Environmental Network.
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Zheng Zhifan
Harry
2014
SYSU
Harry is a second year Master's student studying International Law at Sun-Yat Sen University. He is passionate about migrant rights and the impact of labor policies on migrant welfare that he hopes to learn best practices for community organizations through the Chan Fellows Program. He is currently interning at Chinatown CDC.
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