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East West Manufacturing
Project Success
Institutional Sponsor
School Of History Sociology Ga Tech

We gratefully acknowledge our Gold sponsor, East West Manufacturing (www.ewmfg.com) for their continuing support, and our new sponsor, Project Success (www.projectsuccess.com), for their Gold sponsorship. We also thank the Institute of International Business, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University for their institutional support. For a number of years the Center has received support from the Luce Foundation at the request of Advisory Board member, Dr. Mary Brown Bullock. The Center also receives support from the Adirondack Foundation at the request of the Margaret A. Prime Memorial Fund.

Past Financial Support

The Center gratefully thanks our past platinum sponsor for many years, Womble Carlyle Sandridge and Rice, PLLC., and past institutional support from Mercer University and Kennesaw State University. The Center also acknowledges past financial support from KeyLingo Translations and Alcan, as well as the Journal of Contemporary China; the Sam Nunn School of International Relations, the School of History, Science and Technology, and CIBER, at the Georgia Institute of Technology; and the Department of Economics & Finance, the Center for Global Initiatives and the Department of Political Science at Kennesaw State University; the Asian Studies Center and the History Department at Georgia State University; KPMG; Troutman Sanders, The Carter Center; the Confucius Institute of Atlanta; the National Association of Chinese Americans; The Hong Kong Trade Office-Atlanta; University of North Carolina-Greensboro; The Halle Institute, the Confucian Institute and the Department of Russia & East Asian Languages and Cultures at Emory University; and others.

Sponsorship Levels

The Center seeks sponsorships and grants from businesses and organizations that wish to collaborate on mutually beneficial programs, education and outreach. The Center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan and independent organization that depends on grants, sponsorships and donations to fund its operation and programs. The Center is a 501(3)(c) non-profit institution. Donations are tax exempt.

We are actively seeking company and foundation sponsorships to support the work of the Center. Please contact us at info@chinacenter.net.

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