• July 22, 1908 - February 1, 2009
  • Place of Birth: Nan Xi Country, Sichuan
  • Honorary Doctorate in Liberal Arts, Wesleyan College, USA
  • Beijing Normal University with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science
  • Office of the R.O.C. President, National Policy Counselor
  • People to People International, Trustee
  • People to People International, Vice President
  • United Nations International Association of Universities Presidents, Southeast Asia
  • Regional Council of Senior Advisors, Chief Representative
  • United Nations International Association of Universities Presidents, Commission on Arms Control Education, Trustee
  • United Nations International Association of Universities Presidents, Chairman of the Board of Advisors
  • Asian Ladies Football Federation, Chairperson
  • Nationalist Party (KMT) Central Committee, 14th Arbitration Council Member
  • 1999 – 2009 Ming Chuan University, Founder and President Emeritus
  • 1997 – 1999 Ming Chuan University, Founder and President
  • 1990 – 1997 Ming Chuan College, President
  • 1957 – 1990 Ming Chuan [Women’s Business] College, Founder and President
  • 1956 – 1968 Central Trust of China, Public Insurance Division, Vice Manager
  • 1952 – 1956 Chinese Women Anti-Communism United Association, Committee Member
  • 1949 – 1951 Hong Kong Private Overseas Chinese Industrial and Commercial College, Assistant Professor
  • 1948 – 1949 Chung King City Government, Education Councilor
  • 1947 – 1948 Constitutional Government Implementation Association, Committee Member
  • 1969 Central Committee, Outstanding Service Award
  • 1980 Women’s Federation, Dedicated Service Award
  • 1981 Lions Club International, Outstanding Educator Award
  • 1984 Central Committee, Contribution to Promotion of Women and Nation Building Citation
  • 1985 United Nations Educational Science and Culture Organization NGO International Association of University Presidents World Outstanding Female Educator Award
  • 1988 People To People International, Eisenhower Distinguished Award and Regional Leader Award
  • 1988 Chinese National Amateur Athletics Association, Award for Outstanding Contributions in Support of Sports 
  • 1993 National Beijing University, Advisory Faculty Member 
  • 1995 Distinguished Citizens Society International, Chinese Person of Distinction Award
  • 1995 Overseas Citizens Group, Chinese Elite Golden Dragon Award
  • 1996 United Nations International Association of Universities Presidents, Commission on Arms Control Education, Honorary President
  • 1996 ROC World Peace Association, Outstanding Women’s Award
  • 1996 People To People International, Regional Leader Award
  • 1997 International Association of University Presidents, Award of Excellence
  • 2002 International Olympic Committee, Asian Football Confederation, Named “Mother of Asian Football”