The Epoch Times 1010 Corporation Way, Palo Alto, CA94303 This is the Bay Area division of The Epoch Times—a privately-held news media company—headquartered in New…More York. It is an independent news organization that reports on a variety of issues and provides a diversity of opinions, with multi-language editions in print and on the Web. The company considers its coverage of China one of its strengths, and serves the growing need for uncensored coverage of events in China.
Southeast Travel 3545 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 With locations in Palo Alto and San Francisco, Southeast Travel has helped clients plan trips to exotic destinations for…More more than 34 years. The staff has traveled extensively and can give personal recommendations to put together an ideal itinerary. They specialize in trips to China with packages including "Explore Shanghai Tour" and "The Silk Road Tour."
Startup Capital Ventures 125 University Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Startup Capital Ventures primarily invests in early-stage companies that do not need a substantial amount of money to…More succeed. They have an investment team that includes CEOs, technical advisors, and entrepreneurs, and tend to focus on Silicon Valley, but also fund companies in Texas, Hawaii, Oklahoma, and China. Their portfolio of companies includes Adama Materials, Silver Tail Systems, Winery Exchange, RadioTime, and DeviceVM.
The East Asia Library at Stanford is located on the fourth floor of the J. Henry Meyer Memorial Library building. You…More must take an elevator to get up there and it requires a Stanford ID or visitor pass to enter. The library's job is to support the East Asia studies program at Stanford. It is one of the top 10 collections of its kind in North America due to its combined holdings in Chinese, Japanese and Korean. It has unique materials on movements of China or Japan that are rare in North American libraries.
You must have a Stanford ID to have access to course reserves, certain computers, databases, borrowing privileges and other research services as well as the wireless network. Non-Stanford affiliated visitors may have on-site access to the library for up to seven one-day uses in a 12-month period. Additional access privileges may be purchased. Non-Stanford affiliated users of the library may use the photocopiers and printers by purchasing a card with a $1 bill at a Cash-to-Card machine and adding value to it. Additional access privileges may be applied for at the Cecil H. Green Library privileges desk.