TAAG Milestone Achievements

Date 2000/12/31 12:01:00 | Topic: TAAG News and Announcements

TAAG has been formally granted 501(c) 3 Federal Tax exempt status since November 2000
In the late April 2001, TAAG accepted celebration invitation from Tsinghua University on her 90th anniversary, and sent a representative to Beijing
In the late April 2001, TAAG celebrated Tsinghua university’s 90th anniversary locally, and invited Chinese women’s soccer star Ms Wen SUN to join us. Along with the celebration activities, TAAG organized three local- and nationally-covered news-paper publishers to publish Tsinghua university related articles/events/reports continuously for 6 weeks.

TAAG formally registered to the State of Georgia as in November 3, 2000 after her 5-year life expectance with many social contributions

In the late December 2000, TAAG sent a 4-people expertise-group to join US High-Tech delegation to visit People’s Republic of China supporting her West-Exploration project

In the early October 2000, TAAG held a whopping party for the national day and Silver-Moon festival locally

In the mid-September 2000, TAAG held a movie-show to welcome newly arrived Chinese students

September 2000, Professor Minwen LIU visited TAAG in Atlanta representing the General Secretary of Tsinghua Alumni Association from Beijing

July 2000, TAAG set up a donation program to help new students

TAAG has renovated her web site since September 2000

President’s Words:

Special Thanks to All BOD and People, Who have Contributed to and Supported TAAG
On the behave of Tsinghua Alumni Association of Georgia, I would like to send my deep gratitude and appreciation to all people who have contributed to and supported in TAAG’s activities in the year 2000-2001.

Year 2000-2001 was the greatest and most excited moment of TAAG, which made her achievement milestones in her 5-year history. TAAG becomes more matured after her formally foundation and registered in front of US government as a state-wide non-profit organization, and winning her US Federal tax exemption status of 501(c)3.

Let us work together even harder and more intelligently to make TAAG serve the public even better. All of our contributions would make TAAG fly in the future to come. Your support and involvement is definitely the key.

This article comes from Tsinghua Alumni Association of Georgia

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