Princeton China Initiative

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The Princeton China Initiative was founded in 1992 and was a "non-profit research institute dedicated to the study of Chinese current affairs and contemporary history." "Princeton China Initiative Organization no longer exists as of 2004." [1][2]

In 2005, Perry Link noted that "I am on the boards of Human Rights Watch/Asia and Human Rights in China (a group of Chinese based in New York), and was chair of the “Princeton China Initiative,” a group founded in 1989 by a generous grant from John Elliott ’51 that allowed Princeton to be a temporary home for 26 refugees of the 1989 events." [3]

  • ADMINISTRATOR Kuide Chen, Executive Director
  • CONTACT PERSON Binyan Liu ("Liu Binyan, one of China's leading writers, is currently a Director of the Princeton China Initiative in Princeton, New Jersey. His most recent book in English is A Higher Kind of Loyalty: A Memoir. (October 1998)")[4]
  • Lorraine Spiess Former managing director
  • Zheng Yi - Member

China Focus was published by Princeton China Initiative. [5]