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Summary: In this feature story on the rise of Asian hate crimes and xenophobia, Committee of 100 President Zhengyu Huang gives his perspectives on the Committee working with communities on solutions, as well as discussing our recent report on 175-years of Chinese American history…

March 15, 2021 | Daily dot

Summary: Committee of 100’s President Zhengyu Huang conducts a lengthy Q&A on the organization’s detailed commissioned report looking at 175 years of Chinese American history. Translated article …

February 23, 2021 | The Paper

Summary: Listen to Committee of 100 President Zhengyu Huang’s perspectives on the contributions of Chinese Americans, and the negative rhetoric and challenges faced today …

February 11, 2021 | American Refuge‪e‬

Summary: Listen to Committee of 100 President Zhengyu Huang discuss C100’s recent ‘From Foundations to Frontiers’ research and perspectives on what the new Biden Administration could bring for the AAPI community …

February 08, 2021 | SinovisionNet

Zhengyu Huang

黄征宇

President

Committee of 100

Zheng was born in Shanghai, China and came to the US at the age of ten. Zheng was educated at Stanford University, with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, B.A. in Economics, and M.S. in Computer Science. He also earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. After graduation, Zheng worked at Intel Corporation and rose to Managing Director and then served under President Obama as a White House Fellow and special assistant to the Administrator for US Agency for International Aid. Thereafter, he started a financial service data firm that grew to 300 staff and 7 offices. He was most recently the Chairman of an education focused investment firm. He is the author of three books published in China that sold over 250,000 copies. He has lived in five countries, including the US, Germany, Japan, India, and China and traveled to over 80 countries.

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