China Vitae Donations

Since first appearing on the Web in 2001, China Vitae has supplied a worldwide audience with searchable information on China's top leaders. The information is free and without commercial advertizing. But maintaining such a web site has become increasingly costly, and for the first time in our 10 year history, we are asking our hundreds of thousands of users for voluntary donations. Whether large or small, your donations will help us provide the unbiased, factual information that is China Vitae's hallmark.

Donations to China Vitae, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity, are fully tax deductible to those paying U.S. income taxes.

Donations may be made via PayPal.

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David Gries, Chair, Board of Directors: Executive Director, China Vitae; Board of Directors, Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs; former officer in American embassies in Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Beijing; former Vice-Chair, National Intelligence Council, CIA; former Adjunct Professor of International Relations, Georgetown University
Susan Gries, Secretary: Instructor, Clemente Program, Bard College; Founding Executive Director and Member, Board of Directors, Thornton Wilder Society; Founding faculty, University High School, San Francisco; freelance editor
Nancy Milburn, Treasurer: Partner, Burnham & Associates; President, Financial Systems Consultants, Inc.; Finance Officer, Dtech Labs, Inc.
Ireneo Albano: Managing Partner,; internet technology consultant; former CEO, esynch media; former Managing Editor, PC Magazine; former Managing Editor,
Mary Brown Bullock: Trustee, The Asia Foundation; President Emeritus, Agnes Scott College; Public Policy Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Chair, China Medical Board; Director, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations; former Director, Asia Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Joseph Fewsmith: Professor of International Relations and Political Science and Director, East Asian Studies Program, Boston University; Research Associate, John King Fairbanks Center for East Asian Studies, Harvard University and the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, Boston University
Peter Gries: Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Oklahoma; Harold J. & Ruth Newman Chair in US-China Issues and Director of the Institute for U.S.-China Issues, University of Oklahoma; former Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Colorado; former Founder and Director, Sino-American Security Dialogue
Robert Keatley: Editor, Hong Kong Journal; former lecturer, Tsinghua University School of Journalism, Beijing, China; former Editor, South China Morning Post, Asian Wall Street Journal and European Wall Street Journal; former staff writer, The Wall Street Journal
Alice Lyman Miller: Visiting Associate Professor, Stanford University; Research Fellow, The Hoover Institution; Senior Lecturer, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School; Editor, China Leadership Monitor; former Associate Professor and Director, China Studies, the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies
James Mulvenon: Deputy Director, Advanced Analysis, Defense Group, Inc.; staff member, US-China Economic and Security Review Commission; former Senior Political Scientist, Rand Corporation; founding member, Cyber Conflict Studies Association; member, National Committee for U.S.-China Relations and Association for Asian Studies
J. Stapleton Roy: Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States; former U.S. ambassador to China, Indonesia, and Singapore; Board of Directors, Conoco Phillips and Freeport McMoran Copper & Gold; Trustee, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
David Shambaugh: Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University; Director, China Policy Program, the Elliott School of International Affairs; former Lecturer, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; former Editor, China Quarterly; former fellow, The Brookings Institution
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