Milestone Celebrations

USCET Inaugural Luncheon

USCET President Julia Chang Bloch, Advisory Council Chairman Nicholas Platt and ULLICO CEO Ed McElroy present Senator Dianne Feinstein with the Congressional Visionary Award


USCET held its Inaugural Luncheon in Washington, DC in 2010.  The Luncheon was chaired by Ed McElroy, CEO of Ullico, Inc., who helped USCET honor Senator Dianne Feinstein with the Congressional Visionary Award.  With more than 100 attendees and contributors, the Luncheon attracted support from a remarkable cross-section of the business, political, labor, diplomatic, and think tank communities. USCET thanks all of its past and current supporters, without whom we could not do what we do!





Union Labor Life Insurance Company




American Resort Development Association Nancy and Richard Bloch
David Bonderman Dreamworks Animation, SKG
Michael Klein and Joan Fabry Ernst & Young
Kenwal Steel Corp. Frank and Mary Fahrenkopf
Prudential Tom and Joanne Fleeter
Michelle and Herbert Rosenfeld Dale B. Fuller
UnitedHealth Group Barry Hershey
  International Brotherhood of Teamsters
  Laborers International Union of North America
  Oldaker, Belair & Wittie, LLP



Acropolis Investment Management, LLC Anonymous
Martin dePorres Cargas Michael and Janet Brewer
The Chang Family Andrea and Tim Corcoran
Compass Point LLC Michael A. Curto
Congressional Bank Leo A. Daly III
Marathon Oil Corporation Henrietta Holsman Fore
Torkel Patterson The Fund for American Studies 
Nicholas Platt  Adria and Donald Hillman
Lorna Thomas Ted and Doris Lee 
Ko-Yung Tung Yoshie Ogawa
  Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
  Eric and Phyllis Stoller


USCET Double Decade Gala Celebration

Hank PaulsonUSCET held its "Double Decade Celebration", commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the F.Y. Chang Foundation and the 10th Anniversary of the formation of the US-China Education Trust, in January 2009.

The occasion honored then-U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. "Hank" Paulson for his contributions to US-China relations. 

U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao also joined Special Guest Chinese Ambassador Zhou Wenzhong and 160 guests in commemorating the occasion and honoring the memory of F.Y. Chang.





A group of leading Chinese legal scholars, including F.Y. Chang Scholars and invited guests, as well as prominent American legal scholars and practitioners, also came together in November 2008 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the F.Y. Chang Scholars program. The event was co-sponsored by Harvard Law School and the F.Y. Chang Foundation & the US-China Education Trust.

The Symposium's theme was, "Legal Education: Reshaping China and the World." The Symposium featured leading scholars, officials, and lawyers, and included panels on "The Chinese Legal Landscape: Achievements and Challenges" and "The Legal Framework for Conducting Business in China." U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia delivered the Annual F.Y. Chang Lecture and keynoted the symposium luncheon.