Update #10: On the Making History Crowdfunding Campaign

I just discovered that MAKING HISTORY has gone from 77% to over 80% funded!

The success of this campaign would not have been possible without the help of all the individuals and organizations who I'd like to call my "crowdfunding ambassadors." I have tried to thank people here along the way on this crowdfunding blog which is documenting all that's been happening with this campaign. But there are certainly many more to be thanked. 

To the people who I either 1) don't personally know or 2) are anonymously spreading the word about my campaign- you are my "crowdfunding ambassadors" too. And I THANK YOU for truly "Making History Happen." That is what you are doing by getting the MAKING HISTORY crowdfunding campaign funded. That is the amazing power of the Internet, social media and crowdfunding. 

I will try to do my best to publicly thank everyone here, but I can only list my known "crowdfunding ambassadors" here. I hope I haven't inadvertently left anyone out, if I did it was not intentional.

Thank You to my known crowdfunding ambassadors:

Formosan Association of Public Affairs (FAPA)

Formosan Association of Public Affairs- Young Professionals Group (FAPA-YPG)


North American Taiwanese Professors' Association

Overseas Taiwanese Pen Club- Greater New York Region

Taiwan Center- New York

Talking Taiwan Podcast

Ming-hong Chow, Taiwanese Association of America- National President

Tim Davis and Ben Halladay who have both shared the MAKING HISTORY campaign with their personal networks.

Jerome Keating for inviting me to speak at your Breakfast Club in Taipei about my work to document the life of Su Beng, years ago and for letting your Breakfast Club members know about my  crowdfunding campaign.

Anthony H. Su, President of Taiwanese Association of America- St. Louis

Ho Chie Tsai of TaiwaneseAmerican.org.

In August 2011 Ho Chie interviewed me when I was in LA with Su Beng about my work to document the life of Su Beng. Watch the interview here

Micheal Turton who posted about the MAKING HISTORY on his top Google-rated blog The View From Taiwan

Hanna at the North American Taiwan Women's Association, NATWA2.org for posting about MAKING HISTORY