Chinese American Academic & Professional Society (CAAPS)

The Chinese American Academic and Professional Society (CAAPS), established in 1975, is a registered
501(C)(3) not-for-profit and nonpolitical organization with the purposes of:

A.  Promoting fellowship and cooperation in scholarly and professional activities, as well as encouraging and
supporting educational undertakings conducive to the interests, concerns and well-being of its membership;

B.  Encouraging and facilitating the exchange, enhancement, and application of the skills and expertise of its
membership in the interest of advancing scientific knowledge, social and human values; and

C.  Encouraging and promoting cultural understanding and communications among Chinese Americans in
general, and with other ethnic groups in American and Chinese Communities elsewhere.

     (Please click here to see the glory history and a brief introduction about CAAPS.)

Chairman of CAAPS Board of Directors:  Guang-Nan Fanjiang (范姜光男)

President of CAAPS:  Shu-Ping Chang (張書平)

2018 CAAPS Board of Directors:

George Cheng,   Tony Wu,  Joe Chang,  Shu-Ping Chang,
Guang-Nan Fanjiang,  Gwo-Shenq Wey,  Jerry S. Y. Cheng,  Steven I Jy Chien,
Johnson Tseng,  Gene Wang,  Yue J. Lin,   Shyue-Liang Wang
Ping-Tsai Chung, Robert Chao, Jenghwa Chang