The Council
The Agreement
The Eight Organizations
Council Chairman's Message
The Advisory Board
Book Series: China Studies
Contact person: Professor Jieli Li, USCS Secretary General, Ohio University, USA
Email: lij@ohio.edu
  your site: The Eight Organizations  
Global Forum of Chinese Political Scientists (GFCPS)

Global Forum of Chinese Political Scientists

A loosely organized world-wide professional community, the Global Forum of Chinese Political
Scientists was founded in 1999 in response to the greater need for understanding of the rise of China.
Its establishment was a manifestation of scholarly achievements by Chinese political scientists
around the globe.

Website: https://haiwaikanshijie.com/

Quansheng Zhao
American University, Coordinator of GFCPS

Chinese Communication Association(CCA)

Chinese Communication Association(CCA)

A non-profit organization registered in the State of Minnesota, U.S.A., the Chinese Communication
Association is designed to serve the Chinese communication research community.

Website: http://cca1.org/about-us-2/

Bu Zhang
Penn State University

Association of Chinese Helping Professionals and Psychologists- International (ACHPPI)

Association of Chinese Helping Professionals and Psychologis

ACHPPI is the product of several years of discussion and preparation among many Chinese
psychologists and helping professionals who are working, practicing, or studying around the globe.
We envision the ACHPPI to be much more than just a professional organization, instead we wanted to
build a professional home for those who are interested in and committed to promoting and advancing
research, education, and practice in psychology and allied fields in China as well as in other regions of
the world no matter where they are in the global village. We aimed at taking an action oriented
approach to establish structures and forums for necessary collective efforts in the course of realizing
our missions and objectives.

Website: http://cehs15.unl.edu/ACHPPI/index.html

Naijian Zhang
Wester Chester University

Chinese Historians in the United States (CHUS)

Chinese Historians in the United States

To promote scholarly exchange among its members as well as among colleagues both in China and
in the United States and to contribute to the advancement of Chinese historical studies and Asian

Website: http://www.chinesehistorians.org/

Qiang Fang
Professor of History 
University of Minnesota, Duluth


Society for Chinese Studies Librarians

Website: http://www.scslweb.org/directors

Zhijia Shen
Director of the East Asia Library, University of Washington


North American Chinese Sociologists’ Association (NACSA)

North American Chinese Sociologists’ Association

Website: https://nacsainfo11.wordpress.com/

Xiaoling Shu
2274 Social Sciences & Humanities One Shields Ave,University of California at Davis

Association of Chinese Professors in Social Sciences (ACPSS)

Association of Chinese Professors in Social Sciences (ACPSS)
The Association of Chinese Professors of Social Sciences in the United States (ACPSS) was founded in June 1995 by a group of Chinese professors and researchers of social sciences and humanities residing in North America. ACPSS currently has more than 300 registered members most of whom hold Ph.D. degrees and are working in academic and research institutions. The advisory committee of ACPSS is formed by internationally renowned scholars. APSS has its official journal American Review of China Studies and publishes peer-reviewed research papers bi-annually. 
Website: http://www.acpssus.org

Ronghua Ouyang
University of North Florida,

Association for Information Systems(AIS SIG-ISAP)

Association for Information Systems(AIS SIG-ISAP)

As officially approved by the world’s Association of Information Systems where there are more than
5,000 members, AIS SIG-ISAP provides an academic forum and platform for related scholars and
faculty in Asia Pacific region, most from greater China region, to foster academic exchange and
disseminate knowledge and information on how corporations and organizations in Asia Pacific,
particularly in greater China region, can work out more effective strategies to go global successfully, as
supported by modern information technology and system. Its establishment reflects a different
perspective from Asia Pacific (greater China) to look into important global competitive issues and

Website: https://aisnet.org/?AISCouncil

Jae Kyu Lee
from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,