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Summer 2007
English programs continued in Beibei (Chongqing) and a new program was started in Weihai.

August 2006
Timothy Hart began a new career path and resigned from his position on the TCR Board of Directors. Richard Schubert was added to the TCR Board of Directors.

Summer 2006
English programs took place in Beibei (Chongqing), Shanghai and Beijing.

June 2006
TCR publishes its first edition of a textbook and teaching handbook designed specifically to meet the needs of the Chinese students.

August 2005
Bryan Prosser joins the TCR Board of Directors.

July 2005
Five teachers participate in summer cooperation in Beibei (Chongqing). Nine teachers participate in the camp in Beijing.

September 2004
Dr. Kent Stinson and the TCR board of directors named Josh Vance as the new president/director of Travel China Roads.

July 2004
Four teachers participated in a summer project in Beibei (Chongqing). A new cooperation was started at a high school in Beijing with thirteen teachers. Dr. Kent Stinson made an emergency return to the U.S.A. due to cancer related health problems.

Summer 2003
SARS prevents a cooperation in China but TCR was able to grow internally as an organization. A new logo was created, the website was further developed and other publications were created.

July 2002
Four teachers participated in a summer project in Beibei (Chongqing)

Oct. 22, 2001
Travel China Roads received its IRS 501(c)(3) income tax exemption and became able to receive funds and issue income tax exemption receipts to givers.

July 28, 2001
The summer English project was completed with Southwest China Normal University in Beibei, Chongqing, China

Jan. 8, 2001
Three teachers confirmed to teach with Dr. Stinson this summer 2001 in Chongqing.

November 24, 2000
Travel China Roads confirmed a summer project with Southwest China Normal University in Chongqing, China. Dr. Stinson recruited three credentialed teachers to go on the trip to teach classes for four weeks.

October 16, 2000
California Secretary of State approved the Articles of Incorporation. Travel China Roads became a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation.

September 7, 2000
Nonprofit status requested with the filing of the Articles of Incorporation.

September 7, 2000
Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws completed by Dr. Hart and Dr. Stinson.

August 2000 TCR's first website is uploaded with information pages, newsletters, and several photos.

2000 Dr. Kent Stinson begins his dream of creating Travel China Roads an ongoing battle with cancer.



Progress Goals

Web Site
The web site will be upgraded continuously with new features and English eduction.

The projected operation budget for 2008 is $50,000. We need your support and contributions at this time. Your donations are exempt from income tax.

We need volunteer workers for the coming summer.

Please contact Travel China Roads if you can help with any of the above areas.

Click here to view a Lindsay Gazette newspaper article printed shortly after TCR became a tax exempt organization.



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