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By SophiaConstantine
  For most of my life, I have been involved in community service. My parents were always involved in helping the community—whether it was planting trees or reading to children—and naturally, much of that has influenced my siblings and me. When I was in elementary and middle school, I would do small acts of service with my siblings, usually getti...

By hillary
Agent Orange, Vietnam, pain, suffering and love! Lorelle and Gerry Wendt’s Blog March 2014  

By hillary
  The power of love and miracle in the real life!!! Author: Mai Ha Quyen (Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW Agent Orange Volunteeer Manager): I do believe in real love but honestly I rarely trust in miracle in the real life till i meet them, Nam, the girl was born in 1993,is now suffering from orange poison and her husband , who “wrote” their lo...

By hillary
Volunteering in Vietnam! Join us 2014, and feel the joy!  

By hillary
From feelings of sadness to gratitude and then absolute joy and love….all in one day! A Blog by Gerry and Lorelle   Operation room Sunday June 16th: This morning the volunteers of HOW visited a medical clinic divided into 2 sections, one for patients who can afford to pay for their treatment, and the other for those very poor who c...

By hillary
The first TRUE MIRACLE I HAVE EVER WITNESSED IN MY LIFE! Bauh Neeh’s Story Hillary’s Blog   Wow, where to start… I haven’t blogged for a while because there have been so many things going on and things are happening so fast these days with Helping Orphan’s Worldwide (HOW), I just get lost in the “Stuff”. Then today I received...

By hillary
  Let me tell you how we start “Starfish Program” I am Quyen, now project manager of the meaningful HOW’s project named “Starfish Program” in Quang Tri Province, my hometown. Ac

By hillary
The Joy of Christmas (HOW’s 2013 Christmas Fair) by Tam Tran   The Joy of Christmas Every year just like a clock works, Christmas comes and Santa Clause comes to celebrate with everyone universally too. He brings us gifts of happiness and hope. Joy, pleasure and bliss.   Eagerness and excitement are emotions that people f...

By hillary
Mr. Minh handing over donated wound care to  Mr. Dat (Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW's Hero and volunteer representative for HOW in Vietnam) This is a story that warms our hearts and is full of loving and amazing people from around the world. Meet Minh and Helping Orhpans Worldwide, HOW's amazing Angels! Minh contacted HOW after a cry for help f...

By hillary
Tường Vi Võ Thụy’s blog (Turots’s Diary)   Tutor’s Diary [Friday November 11, 20133 ] Today was such a hard day, personally. Everything just seemed to go wrong. I felt so down all the way to the shelter. I told myself to put my sorrow aside, try to smile and get to work. I was sure that it is going to be the longes...

By hillary
We at Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW are working very hard to promote awareness to EB (Epidermolysis Bullosa) as we also work harrd to help children in Vietnam living with EB and the doctors, nurses and caregivers. You may be asking yourself "What the heck is EB anyway", here is a breif description but of cousre it would take a novel to really explain...

By hillary
Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW Volunteering: Nguyễn Mạnh Khánh Thương aka Princess Frog’s blog “Tutoring’s challenges and joy” Today is quite a busy day of Friday team. After today, the kids will have a three-day break as Monday, September 2 is Vietnam’s Independence Day. They had a lot of homework to finish before enjoy the hol...

By hillary
Hang's Blog: Volunteering brings joy and lessons for all     Today was my third day tutoring at the orphanage as a tutor. Everything went great, because some kids and I could get along pretty well. I taught kids in grades 2,3 and 4. They are all very sweet and happy to be receiving volunteer tutoring. Although I have had experience ...

By hillary
From feelings of sadness to gratitude and then absolute joy and love….all in one day! A Blog by Gerry and Lorelle.   Operation room[/caption] Sunday June 16th: This morning the volunteers of HOW visited a medical clinic divided into 2 sections, one for patients who can afford to pay for their treatment, and the other for those very...

By hillary
Slowly, slowly making progress! (Part 2) by Milly Mazzei.

By hillary
This is an update from one of our wonderful Helping Orphans Wordwide, HOW's long time volunteer nurses (Nurse Milly Mazzei)  from Australia. She is loving, amazing and has seen many changes since she started volunteering with HOW 3 years ago and the wonderful Dr. Azad who was kind enough to come all the way from Bahrain to conduct these seminar's as...

By hillary
  What a wonderful look into the past work of Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW! Thanks to the many very delightful, generous, loving, wonderful volunteers and donors, who are constantly offering RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS! We thought we would allow this blog to speak for itself. Here are just a few photos capturing some of the wonderful events and people...

By hillary
Well, it certainly has been quite a while since I have been able to update everyone on the process and continuing work that Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW has been working on and there are many updates, changes, wonderful things, horrible upsets, and continued love pouring in. Please know that some of these photos are very upsetting so I will only p...

By hillary
In the spirit of transparency and accepting the ups with the downs, we would like to give you all an update for the ending of 2012 and the upcoming plans for 2013. We want to thank you all for your support, love and a special Thank You to Transparent Fish Fund, and The Ping and Amy Chow Family Foundation for your support in 2012 and 2013 for EB (Ep...

By Nataly1719
"One is not born into the world to do everything, but to do something.”- Henry David Thoreau Throughout history, there have been many public figures to speak about community service. Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr, etc; the examples are endless, and the impacts are easily viewed. Without people like

By hillary
Helping Orphan's Worldwide (HOW) Inc. UPDATE AND WRAP UP FOR 2012! HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU ALL AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND LOVE!     We are so sorry we have not updated for a while but Helping Orphan's Worldwide (HOW) Inc. has been very busy recruiting new volunteers, and preparing for our 4 nights

By hillary
  December 3, 2012 Helping Orphan's Worldwide (HOW) Inc. HOW making a difference for children living with EB (Epideremolysis Bullosa) in Vietnam.     (Thi receives 6 month supply of EB Wound Care from Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW) along with educational materials. Since we HOW has been involved with EB (Epidermolysis Bullosa), w...

By hillary
Kerri's blog/ Volunteering with Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW written in November 2012, next trips June/July 2013 please visit www.helpinghow.com for more information. Some of HOW's wonderful  Volunteers with a few  of the kids :) I had thought about volunteering for years before I actually did anything about it. Even when I think b...

By hillary
What a wonderful treat it was for Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW to meet Nancy Nguyen from Transparent Fish Fund, along with her lovly mother Thuy and Great Uncle Hung! We have been working hard as we always have promised to do from the beggining in 2007 when HOW first began. We have been developing new projects and learning how to do things the right wa...

By hillary
Huy lives with EB which is ( Epidermolysis Bullosa) is a rare genetic skin disease that causes the skin to be so fragile that even the slightest touch will separate the layers of the skin. The skin literally breaks, resulting in painful blisters and open wounds. A mother may never be able to hold her child tightly because the skin would...

By hillary
This blog is written by Brett, who will be blogging from his heart about he and his care giver Jane’s experience with Huy, with Helping Orphan's HOW, and EB Awareness in HMCM, Vietnam. This is Brett's Story 

By hillary
  Hong Luong's beautiful blog My family are from Vietnam and fled to the UK during the Vietnam war. In June this year I went back to Vietnam for the first time. It was a bitter sweet experience... it was so amazing to experience the beautiful culture and people of Vietnam, but it was also incredibly saddening to witness the poverty, the hardships ...

By hillary
This blog was written by Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW (VIP) Volunteer Immersion Program VOLUN

By hillary
This blog was written by a wonderful HOW/FHV (Helping Orphan's Worldwide, HOW/Free Hugs Vietnam tutor after a volunteer session with the 26 orphanaed girls living at the Lotus Shelter in Vietnam. Le Quyenh is one of many HOW/FHV volunteers who volunteer 2 hours every Sunday to teach the girls English with "Tell Me More" program on the computers donated t...

By hillary
We wanted to give an update as to our little sweet friend Huy's journey living with EB ( Epidermolysis Bullosa) which  is a rare genetic skin disease that causes the skin to be so fragile that even the slightest touch will separate the layers of the skin. The skin literally breaks, resulting in painful blisters and open wounds. A mother may...

By hillary
This blog was written by a very wonderful Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW VIP (Volunteer Immersion Program) volunteer nurse. Nurse Milly comes from Australia and this year 2012, has been her second year of volunteering with HOW. Nurse Milly spend the entire year learning about EB ( Epidermolysis Bullosa ), as HOW only began the EB program after learn...

By hillary
This blog was written by a wonderful Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW/Free Hugs Vietnam volunteer interpreter. An Khang is a university student who volunteered his time to interpret for the VIP (Volunteer Immersion Program) June 2012. HOW asks all of our volunteers to share their experience so more people can see the joy of volunteering.  Please enjoy...

By hillary
This blog is written by Aisling Doyle as Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW VIP (Volunteer Immersion Program) volunteer. Thanks to our VIP's and The Ping & Amy Family Chao Foundation, Transparent Fish Fund and Nancy Nguyen's assistance HOW's EB program continues. Please enjoy Aisling's blog about The Lotus Shelter girls orphanage, and Huy... Love travels...

By hillary
Helping Orphans Worldwide, HOW has many wonderful volunteers, this is Milly's Blog she is a dedicated volunteer nurse who is on her second Volunteer Immersion Program (VIP) trip with HOW. Milly has taken it upon herself to educate herself in EB wound care treatment and will be conducting an EB training for the nurses in HCMC while on her VIP trip. Milly ...

By Jeenelia
        Value of Volunteerism The most beautiful aspect of volunteering is that it can be undertaken anywhere by any individual. One does not need to journey to the other side of the world to experience an everlasting transformation. Many do not realize that this experience ca

By esther
  On August 17 th , the Cui Yongyuan Foundation announced that 9 officials from Heilongjiang Province took on the identity of rural teachers to attend a rural teachers’ training class held by the foundation. Currently, these 9 imposters have been expelled from the premises, and the charges they incurred by attending the training have been returned...

By Nancy
See how the Little Red Scarf Project changed lives this month! Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser Angel of the Month: Fangdi  

By Xiaoru
  We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Chao Foundation website , which we hope will provide a cleaner interface for people to learn more about us through. On the new website, you can easily find descriptions of all of our programs - those we run ourselves, and those that we work on through affiliates - and easily find the individual...

By Nancy
Thank you for participating in the East Villagers Service Scholar Essay Contest! We really enjoyed reading every one of your essays and viewing each of your art pieces and videos. We were truly inspired by your enthusiasm and passion for service. Your commitment to serving the community and making the world a better place is very commendable. We thank th...

By monolucyy
  Check at Bolsa Grande's Wilderness Adventures Club at  http://www.bolsagrande.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=64066&type=d

By Nancy
Interested in service? Want to learn more about health, environment and education? Passionate about social change?   East Villagers will be hosting a Service Conference on  May 14th  from  10am to 4pm  at  Stanford University History Corner . Please register at 

By SwimmerJR
  Prompt 2: Why is community service important in your life?      “John,” the school nurse said as she interrupted my seventh grade math class, “Your parents are here to see you.” Hmm… this can’t be a good thing, I thought. It was, in fact, the day that brain cancer and my name would be forever linked. It was lik...

By Nancy
This is the second year the East Villagers Non-Profit Community is offering a chance for young service scholars within the local community to express their passion for community service through essay writing and art.  Our goal is to promote a spirit of volunteerism among the younger generation around the world.  Winners from Northern Californi...

By Nancy
 It's been one week since I've been back to Beijing.  The biggest difference is that my brother is not here this time with me.  I've come to realize how much his presence made a difference while helping transitioning the first 6 months here.  The beijing weather is warmer than I expected but nevertheless very cold (ranges -2 to 0 degr...

By Nancy
    What is it? The EV Service Scholar Internship Program is a one year online interactive program focused on helping young service scholars develop an in-depth knowledge of global issues, social injustices, and solutions.

By eastvillagers
Thank you for participating in the East Villagers Service Scholar Essay Contest! We really enjoyed reading every one of your essays and were truly inspired by your enthusiasm and passion for service. Your commitment to serving the community and making the world a better place is very commendable. We thank the Ping &

By graceli
  “Hello my name is Grace and these are my siblings Sharon and Eric Li we are trying to raise funds for the earthquake victims in Sichuan China and we were wondering if you would like to make a donation.” I managed to get the whole paragraph out in one breath, no pauses, no inflections or emotion whatsoever. It came from experience, I supp...

By kittykatkatiep1
At least ten hours a week, I volunteer at Zoë’s Café, a non-profit coffeehouse and event center in my hometown, Greeley, Colorado. Zoë’s mission is to provide an open and loving community center by always being a welcoming environment and to perform global outreach by sending a large portion of the profits overseas, such as a girls rescue center ...

By Apascal
Prompt 2: Why is Community Service important to you? The day that I find someone who says they’ve survived their whole life completely alone is the day that I find a liar. The nourishment required to keep a human functioning, even as a miniscule embryo, clearly demonstrates our dependence on others. Whether it be tilting a bottle into a baby’s mou...

By Nancy
  Wednesday, March 3, 2010 We woke up and quickly moved to the hotel closer to BNU.  Around 10am, we had breakfast at the hotel and then took the "black" little car (黑车) over to BNU Social Development and Public Policy Department.  We finally meet Lifu again and Zhao Xiao

By Nancy
  Tuesday, March 2, 2010 Mr. Chao and Amy kindly drove me to the airport. All flights were on time.  I spent most of my time on the plane resting.  Traveling buddies are always nice but I am getting used to traveling alone.  Through cheap plane ticket finds, I've found o

By eastvillagers
 We invite all high school and middle school students to use your creativity to make a video documentary telling an inspiring story about a service project you've been involved in. You can share about a volunteer activity you do in your community, interview a local hero, interview a local non-profit organization, interview people who's lives were im...

By eastvillagers
This is the first year the East Villagers Non-Profit Community is offering a chance for young service scholars within the local community to express their passion for community service through essay writing and art. Our goal is to promote a spirit of volunteerism among the younger generation around the world. Winners from Northern California will be invi...

By shangguanyuling
On my way to visit the first Angel Heart International candidate in Dingxi, Gansu, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of fear and anticipation. I had already seen from the web site’s pictures, an a slideshow, what the patients would look like. But pictures are very limited in the sense that an event is made up of much more than an image on a screen. On...

By yanyan0808
各位路竹會的夥伴們:   1.     路竹會第一梯海地救災醫療團將於1/19(二)晚上第二航廈9點集合, 11:35pm出發, 預計1/31(日)早上6:10am返台. 請有      意參加救援之醫護人員盡快與本會聯絡.   2.     如沒有美簽者, 請於今日回覆...

By Nancy
Many updates and exciting programs are underway.  I will be working hard this week to setup our major campaigns.  By request of our volunteers, they would like to start the EV China Points Challenge campaign as soon as possible. I've also received requests from Sino Canada Culture Association to have the programs for the Little Red Scarf up on...

By Nancy
The Great Wall was beautiful.  Peter loved it!   And I had a birthday party - I didn't know what to expect but Lifu and Xiaoyan planned it for me and it turned out to be so much fun.  So much food and traditional Chinese birthday noodles and many food I have never seen before.  They also got me a wonderful cake and a birthday hat ...

By Nancy
 Another Quick Update: We were on the road most of yesterday testing EV China.  It was yesterday that I realized why it was so crucial Peter and I came to China to test the speed of EV at different locations.  We learned more yesterday about the situation than any research or reading or preparation.  We could say now that we have a cl...

By Nancy
Quick Update (Yesterday, No Internet Access): We are now in Beijing at Home Inn.  The student dormitory at BNU did not have internet so we moved out this morning to Home Inn.  The internet here is medium, not that fast like our hotel in Shanghai, but we can still access Dongcunzu (at medium loading rate). We tested the internet at BNU in Lifu'...

By Nancy
 This morning, I woke up at 5am and started to work and prepare for the day of EV Speed Testing.  This involves shadowing our tiger team students and observing how they interact with the new EV China website at various locations in Fudan University.  Our goal is to have the browsing experience and usability for EV China to be as comfortabl...

By Nancy
 Peter and I arrived in Beijing at 5am in the morning.  We stepped out of the plane and the cold air rushed up my legs and face.  It was freezing stepping into the connecting walkway.  I thank my mother for reminding me to bring many layers of warm clothes.  We then transferred from Beijing Airport to Shanghai Pudong, arriving at...

By Nancy
 We are presenting the Ping & Amy Chao Foundation Introduction Video.  We hope this video will give you the big picture of our vision and passion for Children's Health, Promoting Volunteerism, Applying the Best Web 2.0 Technology, and Driving a New Movement for Nonprofits in East Asia. Please let us know your thoughts.  

By Nancy
We will be updating you with some of the exciting programs Chao Foundation is working on.  Currently, Chao Foundation is focusing on creating a strong alliance under the umbrella organization called "Little Red Scarf" to work on solving a very important health disparity in Gansu Province, China.  We are also working to build a separate EV platf...

By eastvillagers
    East Villagers is back and running with rapid speed ! Reminder: EV Points will reset December 31, 11:59 PM PST.  If you plan on buying something at the EV Store, please do so before this date. Villagers will start anew on New Years! The EV Team is traveling to Shanghai and Beijing to create a Chinese version of East Villagers...

By pingchao
  Dear Mr. Chao and Mrs.Chao,   I'm the kid you helped. Thanks to your close attention paid on me, I've already recovered. I was born in a village and my family is very poor. There's no hope of recovery if I haven't got your donation. It was due to your help that I finally got well. I determine to study hard and will thank you again in th...

By pingchao
  Dear everyone from Chao Foudation,   I wish you good health and hope everything goes well. I'm JIAO wenhui, a third grade student from Lishu primary school in Weidian township, Taixing county. I live in Jiaowan village, Weidian township, Taixing county, a remote mountain village where is isolated. There are six members in my f...

By JianZheng
Congratulations to all Team HBV Collegiate Chapters for winning the first place on the EV Thanksgiving Points Challenge, with a total of 128,054 points! The top 3 chapters with most points are Harvard, Stanford, and Berkeley, hence each will receive a large portion of the award. Congratulations! Thank you, donors, for investing your hard-won po...

By eastvillagers
Dear Villagers, We want to say thank you so much for the passion and enthusiasm that you've put into the EV Thanksgiving Points Challenge.  We've had so much fun checking and updating your points as you've been earning them, especially the hard core villagers who stayed up all the way until 11:59:59 PM PST earning points and donating until the last...

By averma
" Bangladesh is home to 33 million poverty-ridden children -- about half of its total population aged under 17 years -- while about one in four children in the South Asian country is deprived of at least four basic needs like food, education and health.     These findings were presented Wednesday at the launch of the United Nation...

By eastvillagers
Dear East Villagers, On this Thanksgiving day, we come together on ev, we share on ev, we celebrate on ev, we donate Thanksgiving points on ev, … and, we simply GIVE THANKS .. on ev. THANK YOU charities. THANK YOU fellow East Villagers, THANK YOU ev staff. Happy Thanksgiving and Holidays to all. 親愛的東村族朋友們 今天是感恩節 ...

By eastvillagers
Thanksgiving Challenge Prizes First Place Winner - $2000 Second Place Winner - $1500 Third Place Winner - $1000 Fourth Place Winner - $800 Fifth Place Winner - $700 6th - 15th Place Winners - $400 Total Prize: $10,000   Thanksgiving Points Challenge Participating NGOs Little Red Scarf (小紅巾) - 40142 Team HBV Collegiate Chapters - 34...

By Cedric
Cedric Chen, President of TECC SJTU Cedric Chen is a senior at SJTU pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science. The Gansu institute of last summer is his first approach to TECC, what’s more, teaching computer there and all the lovely teammates made it an unforgettable experience for him. In the following year, Cedric will contribute more to tecc and spare no ...

By yanyan0808
网络观察家,评论家蓝皮火车,昨天在自己的博客发表文章,谈了他对于“东村族”(义位族)网络社区的看法,我已经通知他我们正式更名为“东村族”,中文网站正在建设,他将会继续关注我们的网站。在此特别感谢蓝皮先生的帮忙和中肯建议!大家可以通过这个...

By AmyChao
每個孩子我們都送給他們書包和巧克力,玩具. 我送給女孩子們每人一條有一顆心的十字架小項鍊. 真是高興看到 他們重新擁有一個正常的身體和童稚笑臉. 更讓我們堅信小紅巾計劃是需要往前走, 一直往前走.... 一位年輕的大學志願者Teddy 被我們呼招由上海飛來蘭卅. 他...

By yanyan0808
感谢阳光公益联盟的张耀明先生,帮忙创建了国际EV义为公益交流, 群号码是:96128038 如果大家使用QQ的话,欢迎加入此群,一起来讨论啊 为2000美元奖金而战!!

By eastvillagers
Thanksgiving Points Challenge Participating NGOs Team HBV Collegiate Chapters - 60,593 Little Red Scarf (小紅巾) - 40,560 4C the Power - 36,269 Technology and Education: Connecting Cultures - 12,814 Sino Canada Culture Association - 12,316 Yang Guang Gong Yi - 12,183 Project RISHI - 8,764 ------------------------------------------ *Still need 10 v...

By AmyChao
馬不停蹄的china之行前後兩個多星期不旦沒有覺得特別累反而有股繼續往前衝的欲望. 由台灣進入上海停留三天. 在上海我們見到了Teddy 他是目前ev Thanksgiving points challenger 排名第二的 盟主. Teddy 是個陽光少年,靈活又十分機動性. 他對社會公益有難得的自發及投入.我們...

By eastvillagers
It's that time of year that you've all been waiting for -- that's right, Thanksgiving ! This week, you will have an opportunity to donate your hard earned points to the causes you are most passionate about.  You'll be able to show them how thankful you are that they exist and are doing amazing things all around the world. Click here to fill out the...

By yanyan0808
Dear all, 知道你们已经离开美国,很遗憾不能亲自前往送别,但是我相信我们会保持联系。在此道别,衷心祝福: 吴宇,雷闯,吴天昊,张鹤,张建敏,杨凯娜,胡立华,杨希忠,王沛,蒋超,曹林平,李远翼,陈枫林,李敬华等各位朋友, 一路平安!各位的项目和机...

By beicatech
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By JianZheng
 We just heard from student presenters of U.S. Team HBV Collegiate Chapters and China Sunshine Volunteer Chapters. They were all wonderful =) We all have learned a lot from each other's experiences and event strategies, and now we are more equipped and prepared to organize successful hepatitis B outreach events in our campuses and communities. ...

By yanyan0808
雷闯是个响亮的名字,雷闯是个文质彬彬,思维敏捷的学生。有幸在TeamHBV会议上见到他。链接一篇来源于中国媒体的文章,中国公民意识在逐渐觉醒,大家都在为一个“中国梦”而付诸行动。 雷闯:一个公民的力量           ...

By jzhang8
Right now, sitting in on the "how to talk about hep B" presentation at Team HBV Conference.  I thought I'd throw out one of my spiels that I've used recently to movitate Stanford students to get screened.  I used this little speech at Asian-interest student group meetings earlier in the year, talking to students about my story with hep B and wh...

By beicatech
Right now, it's Day 2 of the Inaugural Team HBV National Conference and Jonathan Chen just gave a presentation about the Qinghai Project and it really made me think about how in just one province, 50,000+ people were vaccinated and in particular, how those 50,000 were comprised only of grade school and kindergarteners. That's super impressive and how t...

By JianZheng
We started the day 2 of the Team HBV Collegiate Chapter Conference at Stanford. We have many amazing speakers lined up, including: Dale Hu, MD. MPH, Epidemiology Research Team Leader, Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch, Division of Viral Hepaitits, US Center of Disease Control and Prevention Samuel So, MD, FACS, Executive Director, Asian Liver Center...

By JianZheng
Friday, November 13th- Today is the day 1 of the Team HBV Collegiate Chapter Conference. Yay! It was great to finally meet everyone and match their faces to voices I've been skype conferencing with for the past couple years. Yay! Of course, it was also wonderful  to see all the amazing staff at the Asian Liver Center again, and m...

By teddypacino
2009年11月2号,赵修平夫妇来到了上海。 赵修平夫妇的上海之行,做了四件事。 第一,在上海银行开了个账户。第二,和teddy见面。第三,拜访了teddy的爷爷和他的小花园。第四,和来自复旦交大的tecc团队和tiger team见面。并开了会。   11月2号,那天,我很早...

By Nancy
We just returned from a wonderful dinner.  The china chapters, Asian Liver Center staff, and other invited guests had a chance to meet and talk with Mr. and Mrs. Ping & Amy Chao.  They just arrived from Beijing today at 2:30pm but had great energy and enthusiasm for the youth and projects of hepatis B in China.  People had a chance to ...

By Nancy
A few weeks ago on Sunday, October 18th, 2009, our EV team held a fun interactive webinar with the TeamHBV US chapter leaders.  The webinar's purpose is to introduce them to the main features of East Villagers and guide the chapter leaders through how to use the features for the conference and for their chapters after the conference. The TeamHBV cha...

By Nancy
We want to thank the Ping & Amy Chao Family Foundation for sponsoring the EV Flip Camcorders.  We also appreciate the strategic partnership between East Villagers, Chao Foundation, and Flip Pure Digital Technology LLC. Ping and Amy's endless support for web 2.0 technology, media, and social justice among the young generation is making great impa...