The Sun Yat-Sen Center Foundation (SYSCF) is a USA charity. The SYSCF was incorporated in early 2015 by the elders of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen’s family, in order to preserve and continue the legacy of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. To also spread Chinese Culture and History to all overseas Chinese around the world.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen is considered by many millions of people, as the Father of Modern China. Through the SYSCF and the worldwide network of organizations and followers dedicated to the vision of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, we are committed to work together to provide research, education and assistance to individuals, non-profit and other institutions in order to further the visions of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen for worldwide peace, health and a prosperous world society for the betterment and welfare of humanity.
The mission of the Sun Yat-Sen Center Foundation is to preserve and continue the works of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen by fostering worldwide peace through a harmonious society.
Our Guiding Principle
What would Dr. Sun Yat-Sen want this Foundation to Be & Do?
- Sun Yat-Sen’s 3 principles & his writings for a better China and a better world
- Chinese Culture, Education and History to all overseas Chinese around the world
- Eastern & Western Medicine interaction
- Chinese & Western Leadership Education interaction
- Maintain a circulating SYS exhibit with International Sun Yat-Sen (SYS) Museums etc.
- Maintain a circulating SCL exhibit with International Soong Ching-Ling (SCL) Museums etc.
- SYS scholarships in medicine and democratic freedoms
- The University of Hawaii & “Local” Colleges
- The Center for Chinese Studies and The East-West Center at the University of Hawaii
- Local, USA & International Elementary, Middle & High Schools
- Chinese, Taiwan, USA and International Universities
- Chinese & International SYS Museums and Organizations
- Chinese & International SCL Museums and Organizations
- Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace
- US Chinese & Other Historical Societies
Hawaii Community & Tourists:
- Revolving Museum Exhibits of texts, manuscripts and artifacts
- Local & International Art Exhibits & Musical Venues & Entertainment
- Hawaiian & Chinese Gardens with smaller Solar “super-trees”, day & night
- Audio-Visual & Conference Rooms for education & business use
- Made-in-Hawaii Vendor Days in the Gardens Areas
Essential Ingredients of a Successful Nonprofit:
- A vital mission
- High-quality, responsive, and unduplicated programs and services
- Reliable and diverse revenue streams
- Clear & Transparent “lines of accountability”
- Adequate Facilities and Grounds