Give to the China Center
The China Center is supported by many generous individuals, organizations, and businesses who help build bridges between China and the U.S. You can support the China Center in a variety of ways.
Make a Gift
Donate online today. It is fast, easy, and secure! You can support one of the funds listed below, or talk to our Development Officer about other opportunities that support your passion for China.
China Center Scholarship Fund
The China Center Scholarship Fund supports University of Minnesota undergraduate and graduate student research and study abroad opportunities in China. Give Now >>
China Center Director's Fund
The China Center Director's Fund supports the China Center's ongoing work in building bridges between the U.S. and China by providing flexible resources to respond quickly to emerging opportunities. Give Now >>
Other Giving Opportunities
To discuss other opportunities for giving, such as creating a named scholarship or including the China Center in your estate plans, please contact Diane Young, our director of development, at 612-624-8819 or email@example.com.
Up Close with the Olympics
Joshua spent fifteen days studying China's Olympic culture in Beijing, China. Read more about his experience as a China Center Scholarship recipient.
Between studing and adjusting to a the Chinese culture, China West Scholarship recipient Lily also found the time to travel during her semester abroad. Read more about her excursions here!
Intensive Chinese Language in Beijing
Before attending Capital Normal University's Language Immersion program in Beijing, Aaron had only taken a year of Chinese. When he returned, he had learned nearly 1,000 new words and had the ability to discuss complex topics in Chinese. Learn more about his program and experience as a Hsiao Scholarship recipient.
New Experiences in Hong Kong
Christian Yonkoski spent the summer of 2016 completing a business internship in Hong Kong, partially funded by the Hsiao Scholarship. Christian’s trip gave him the opportunity to experience new things while gaining experience to benefit him in his finance and accounting studies.