The Committee of 100 – What would America be like without us?

Adeline Yen Mah
Albert Chao
Alice Young
Andrea Wong
Andrew J.C. Cherng
Anla Cheng
Anna Chennault
Anna Mok
Anne Chow
Anthony Sun
Benjamin Wu
Brian A. Sun
Buck Gee
Calvin Tsao
Carter Tseng
Charles P. Wang
Charlie Woo
Cheng Li
Cher Wang
Chi-Foon Chan
Chien Chung (Didi) Pei
Chi Wang
Clarence Kwan
Cyrus Tang
Daniel Chao
David C. Chang
David D. Ho
David K. Y. Tang
David Chu
Dazong Wang
Debra Wong Yang
Dennis Wu
Dominic Ng
Don Liu
Douglas Hsu
Tan Dun
Edmond Pi
Frank H. Wu
Gareth Chang
Gary Locke
Ge Li
Gordon H. Chang
Guoqing Chen
H. Roger Wang
Handel Lee
Hao Jiang Tian
Harry Gee, Jr.
Henry S. Tang
Henry Yang
Howard Li
I.M. Pei
J. Michael Chu
Jackson Tai
James M. Li
Janet Yang
Jay Xu
Jeffrey Li
Jenny J. Ming
Jeremy Wu
Jerry Yang
John S. Chen
John Chiang
John Sie
Julie Fong
Kenneth Fong
Ken Xie
Lanhee Chen
Lawrence B. Low
Leroy Chiao
Leslie Wong
Lily Lee Chen
Linda Tsao Yang
Li Lu
Lulu C. Wang
Matthew F.C. Miau
Mei-Mei Tuan
Mei-Wei Cheng
Michael C. Lin
Michael Fung
Ming Chen Hsu
Ming Hsieh
Ming Tsai
Morgan Chu
Nancy Yuan
Nelson Dong
Norman Liu
Oscar Tang
Paul C. Lin
Paul C. W. Chu
Peter Liu
Peter Young
Philip Ma
Richard T. Cheng
Richard Y. Lee
Robert W. Gee
Robert Lee
Ronnie Chan
Shao Kuang Ting
Shirley Young
Shu Li
Steve Chen
Stewart Kwoh
Ta-Lin Hsu
Teddy Zee
Ted Wang
Tony Chan
Walter Wang
Wan Ling Martello
Wei Sun Christianson
Weili Dai
William Wang
Wilson Chu
X. Rick Niu
Ya-Qin Zhang
Yo-Yo Ma
Yuan Yuan Tan
Yue-Sai Kan

The Committee of 100 is a membership organization of Chinese Americans dedicated to the spirit of excellence and achievement in America.

Current members include I.M. Pei, master architect; Yo-Yo Ma, renowned cellist; Leroy Chiao, NASA Astronaut; David Ho, AIDS researcher and 1996 Time Man of the Year; Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo; and Ronnie Chan, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Membership to the Committee of 100 is by invitation.

The Committee provides leadership and acts as a constructive force in the dual mission of:

1. Promoting the full participation of all Chinese Americans in American society and acting as a public policy resource for the Chinese-American community

2. Promoting constructive dialogue and relationships between the peoples and leaders of the United States and Greater China.

The Committee of 100 is registered as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit headquartered in New York, NY, and has active regional chapters in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Beijing.

www.committee100.org

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