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East Asia Studies

Funds

Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation East Asia Library Endowed Fund

Gifts invested for mission-critical initiatives taking place at the Tateuchi East Asia Library that will transform and sustain the library as a global destination for innovation in teaching, learning and collaboration.

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Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation East Asia Library Excellence Fund

Provides support immediately usable for mission-critical initiatives taking place at the Tateuchi East Asia Library that will transform and sustain the library as a global destination for innovation in teaching, learning and collaboration.

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Byun Lee Ok-Soon East Asia Library Endowed Student Support Fund

Gifts invested to provide support for undergraduate and graduate student employees at the Tateuchi East Asia Library.

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East Asia Library Professional Training Fund

To support Tateuchi East Asia Library professional training institutes for their librarians to build stronger expertise in collection development in all formats, collection maintenance and patron services.

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Feng-Hwa Mah Endowed Fund

Gifts invested to support the purchase of books for the Tateuchi East Asia Library on subjects relating to China.

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H.B. Ryoo Libraries Endowed Fund for the Korean Collection

Gifts invested to provide support for the Korean Collection and its users including but not limited to acquisition and processing of resources, for programs and services, professional development, and other activities accelerating research, teaching and learning for public good.

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Japan Studies Fund

To purchase materials in all formats for the Japan Studies Collection in the Tateuchi East Asia Library.

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Korean Library Fund

To purchase flowers, food, beverages, workshops, travel or resources to support Korean library services.

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Kung-Chuan Hsiao Endowed Library Fund for Chinese Studies

Gifts invested provide long-term support to benefit the Chinese collection of the East Asia Library through acquisition and preservation of materials in all formats, acquisition of rare books and private collections, hiring graduate students to create indices for Chinese sources, funding of exhibits, and providing funds for travel and training at conferences and symposia for the Chinese Studies Librarian.

This endowment was established by Martha and David Hsiao in honor and memory of Professor K. C. Hsiao, father of David (’53). Professor Hsiao was a teacher of Chinese history and political thought at UW for nineteen years, and his talents as a poet of the classical Chinese style and as a calligrapher were no less impressive than his scholarship.

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Ming Lai Libraries Fund for Chinese Medicine

To purchase publications in traditional Chinese medicine for the Tateuchi East Asia Library.

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Support East Asia Library Fund

Supports the Tateuchi East Asia Library in strengthening its collections and services, and to support programs, projects and other activities.

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Taiwan Collection Endowed Fund

Gifts invested for long-term support to be used at the discretion of the Director of University Libraries to benefit Taiwan studies in the Tateuchi East Asia Library (TEAL).

Support may be used for purposes including but not limited to: acquire and preserve materials on Taiwan studies and other materials published in Taiwan; fund selected researchers to use TEAL and other UW libraries for research on Taiwan studies; allow for selected scholars to deliver a lecture on some aspect of Taiwan; fund for the Chinese studies librarian of TEAL to attend meetings related to Taiwan studies; compile bibliographies on topics of Taiwan studies; support cooperative projects on Taiwan studies between TEAL and institutions in Taiwan; and provide funding for library programs, projects and services related to Taiwan studies.

This endowment was funded with gifts from individual donors in support of Taiwan studies at TEAL.

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Wang Gesen and Zhou Guangqin East Asia Library Endowed Student Support Fund

Gifts invested to provide support for undergraduate and graduate student employees at the Tateuchi East Asia Library.

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Wu Yeen-Mei Taiwan Studies Endowed Fund at the Tateuchi East Asia Library/

吳燕美華大東亞圖書館台灣研究基金

Gifts invested to provide support for the Taiwan studies collections and services at the Tateuchi East Asia Library.

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Yasuko Endo Endowed Fund

Gifts invested for the long-term support and purchase of books, serials, and other materials to benefit the Japanese Collection.

Yasuko Endo was born in Nishinomiya, Japan in 1930.
Educated at Kobe College, she came to the United States in 1950. She received a BA in Philosophy at the University of Illinois and a MA at Cornell University. Yasuko moved to Seattle 1963 and became interested in classical guitar. Yasuko was one of the founders of the Japan Culture Seminar and served as its president from its inception in 1986 until 1992. She was an active participant in the monthly discussions to examine wide ranging topics conversing the relationship between Japan and the U.S. She was an active supporter of the Simpson Center for Humanities at the University of Washington.

This endowment is established to honor Yasuko’s interest in Japanese studies.

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