$ 3665 was sent to Chiang, Martin Y. M. on 2/5/2010. -- szhang
From: "Chiang, Martin Y. M." martin.chiang=nist.gov
Subject: RE: Help from Washington DC area--- about donation for a USTC alumnus
To: "Shangyou Scott Zhang"
Please forward the check to:
Name: Martin Chiang
Thanks you for your efford.
Martin Chiang, Ph.D.
National Institute of Standards and Technology
100 Bureau Dr.
Gaithersburg, MD 20899 USA
From: Shangyou Scott Zhang
Sent: Thursday, October 15, 2009 4:13 AM
To: Jing Zhou
Cc: Chiang, Martin Y. M.; aeneng pan
Subject: Re: Help from Washington DC area--- about donation for a USTC alumnus
Thank you. I will save your email as a proof. If possible,
I would like to record the name and address of Li's parents,
in Chinese, for future reference.
So far, we received $3665.00 donation. There might be
more coming. Please let me know if you wish AF to forward
the money now. Please let me know
of a person in USA for the check.
---- Original message ----
>Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 16:03:04 -0700
>From: Jing Zhou
>Subject: Re: Help from Washington DC area--- about donation for a USTC alumnus
>To: Shangyou Scott Zhang
>Cc: "Chiang, Martin Y. M." , aeneng pan
> Dear Shangyou,
> Thank you for your help and thank the USTCAF for
> creating a memorial fund for Dr. Li, Jianrong.
> I am writing just want to know is it a proper time
> to finalize all donations for Dr. Li. It has been
> about 2 months since this memorial fund been
> established. I think the donation process is close
> to the end. In addition, I will go back China next
> week and plan to go back USTC at the end of this
> Nov. If there is any donation left, excluding the
> expenditure for Dr. Li's funeral and his family
> members' travel, I hope I can take the donation back
> China and give it to his parents living in urban
> Dr. Li's former advisor, Martin Chiang, in NIST has
> collected $2700 from the NIST colleagues. Martin
> spend $360 for Dr. Li's wife traveling from Michigan
> to Maryland, $250 for flowers, and gave $3000 to Dr.
> Li's brother-in-law, who asked for some emergency
> money for Dr. Li's parents back in China. So there
> is a $910 shortage on the expenditure. We will
> provide a copy of all transition later.
> I do not know the detailed procedure of how to
> deal with the USTCAF fund. If more documents are
> needed, please do not hesitate to let me know. I
> will contact Martin to figure out a proper way.
> Thanks again.
> Best regards,
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