The Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation
Just around the corner is the 17th biennial Edgar Snow Symposium, this year to be held in historic Beijing and Tianjin, China, October 11-14, 2016. Our trip will encompass not only the much anticipated Snow Symposium, it also offers pre-trip options to sample either the thriving contemporary Chinese art scene or tour iconic cultural and historical sites in and around Beijing, as well as a post-trip option that follows in Ed Snow's intrepid footsteps 80 years ago to then-remote Shaanxi Province, where modern China was forged. Space for this exciting trip is filling up fast, so sign up today. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 816-235-8855.
A $30,000 gift from Chinese donors with ties to famed journalist and Kansas
City native Edgar Snow has made possible a revamped Edgar Snow Reading Room in
Miller Nichols Library,
About the Foundation
Mary Clark Dimond, the late wife of Dr. E. Grey Dimond (creator of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine six-year baccalaureate/doctor of medicine degree), who was a good friend of Edgar Snow, founded the fund in honor of him. Now called the Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation, the organization hosts a number of opportunities to bridge the U.S. and China, including the Snow Symposium, held biennially in Kansas City and China. The EMSF is an affiliate constituent organization of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), which holds the Edgar Snow Archives.
The Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation works to advance the legacy of Edgar Snow by cultivating deeper and enduring relationships between the peoples of the U.S. and China through cultural, economic and educational collaboration.
Peoples of the U.S. and China have a closer relationship and understanding of each other because of Edgar Snow.
About the main website image courtesy of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art: You Qiu, Chinese, act. 1540-1590, Elegant Gathering in a Garden, 16th century, Handscroll; ink on paper, Image: 9 7/8 inches x 25 feet 3 1/4 inches (25.08 x 770.26 cm), Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 50-23