Saturday, June 2, 2018

SAGE Times-June

SAGE Times

Dear CUSWF Friends and Members,

Welcome to the first monthly SAGE Times Newsletter brought to you by the China-US Women’s

The China-US Women's Foundation (CUSWF), a not-for-profit organization with offices in NY
and Shanghai, hosted its first event on May 23rd and called for closer ties between women in
China and the US in order to be a catalyst for positive change.  At the inaugural Summit speakers discussed how ‘Femtech, Fintech and Fashion’ can help over 667 million women in
China and 157 million women in the US achieve their potential.

See the great Sinovision News report about the Foundation by going on our website at:

The China-US Women’s Foundation has committed to a SAGE approach including

S (Social Medicine): Foster conditions for a healthier society by improving social and economic
conditions. Engage in dialogue about how women in China and the US cope with disease and
chronic pain to find meaningful solutions.

A (Arts): Support culturally diverse programs within communities to promote creativity, diversity
and multiculturalism. The Foundation is promoting the world premiere of an ancient Chinese
drama entitled ‘Where is My Maple Town’ which will be performed off Broadway from August 24
thru September 2.

G (Gender equality): Support efforts to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of
women.  Engage in conversations with various constituencies in China and the US, both men
and women, to accelerate progress in meeting women’s needs.

E (Education) : Provide opportunities in training and learning new skills to allow girls and
women to achieve their potential.  Girls' educational levels has been demonstrated to have
clear impacts on the health and economic future of young women, which in turn improves the
prospects of their entire community.  

For more exciting news, click here:
Our next event, “Different Ways Chinese and US Women Cope with Pain” will take place on
June. We will update you with details shortly.

A famous Chinese Proverb says, “It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.”
Women working together can illuminate the entire world.!

Regards, Leslie Wolf-Creutzfeldt
Executive Director, CUSWF

For more information please visit the China-US Women’s Foundation website:


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