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Supporting China Institute When It Matters Most

Supporting China Institute When It Matters Most

Dear Friend,

Show you Stand With China Institute!

The end of our fiscal year is June 30, and we continue to feel the financial impact of the pandemic along with rising costs as we re-open our physical space at 100 Washington Street. Your donation will help us greatly in meeting our goals before our fiscal year closes.

Please make a gift by June 30!

During the pandemic, I have been continuously reminded how resilience and innovation are hallmarks of China Institute, and that understanding China is vital—now more than ever—to our shared future.

In spite of the challenges of the past 15 months, we have made great strides in advancing a deeper appreciation of China through education, arts and culture, and business. China Institute has:

  • Welcomed 30,000 individuals over more than 50 digital public programs exploring Chinese history, food, business, and the arts
  • Educated almost 3,000 adult students in online Chinese language, literature, music, and culture classes at our School of Chinese Studies
  • Showcased Chinese art to more than 8,000 online visitors of China Institute Gallery’s virtual exhibitions and #ArtFun painting series
  • Your support helps us to deepen an understanding of China to ever-larger audiences.

    All of us are enthusiastic about welcoming you back to CI downtown, starting with school age campers at our Mandarin immersion experience, and the general public with an evening Chinese film series.

    And I truly can’t wait for when we reopen our doors this Fall and introduce you to our new state-of-the-art auditorium for public programs and classrooms for language and movement courses.

    China Institute is the leading nonprofit for all things China.

    Our impact would not be what it is without your passion, commitment, and recognition for the work of China Institute. Thank you for being a member of our CI family, this year and always.

    Sincerely,

    James B. Heimowitz

    President

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