Yue-Sai Kan Accepts Honorary Chairman of the First MEIHODO International Youth Visual Media Festival

Kyodo Japan

As the Emmy Award-winning TV producer, entrepreneur, fashion leader, writer and humanist, Yue-Sai Kan takes the responsibility of Honorary Chairman. People magazine called her “the most famous woman in China” and Times referred her as “Empress of the Middle Kingdom”. In 2014, the achievement of the international image of Shanghai and the promotion of Western cultural exchange was recognized by the Shanghai International Film Festival, which was awarded the honorary title of the International Ambassador.



Building Bridges Between the U.S. and China


EDITORS’ NOTE Chinese-American Yue-Sai Kan is an Emmy-winning television producer, best-selling author, entrepreneur, and humanitarian. Her Looking East television series is the first nationally syndicated program to introduce Asian cultures to American audiences. Following her success in the United States, China’s national network China Central Television invited Yue-Sai to produce and host One World, giving millions of Chinese their first look of the outside world.



Shanghai K Charitable Foundation Welcomes Yue-Sai Kan as Goodwill Ambassador

Shanghai K Charitable Foundation

The Shanghai K Charitable Foundation (“the Foundation”) is pleased to welcome Ms Yue-Sai Kan as its first Goodwill Ambassador, effective 1 September 2018. The role of Goodwill Ambassador has been created in order to support the aims of the Foundation and its philanthropic initiatives in China, providing underprivileged youth with vocational hospitality training to launch careers in the hotel industry and thus build better lives for themselves and their families. Attending events, assisting with fundraising and raising the profile of the Foundation are just a few facets of the role to be undertaken by Ms Kan, China’s most high-profile businesswoman and humanitarian.



Yue-Sai Kan Featured in Personage Magazine

Personage Magazine

In the Personage Magazine cover story, Yue-Sai shared her story about how she bridges the East-West gap with her own efforts. Her first TV series was set up to help people in the U.S. understand Asia. As the first and only living American featured on a Chinese postage stamp, she pursued her dream of promoting East and West through her TV programs, cosmetics and charity. Yue-Sai seeks to encourage young people, in particular, to be charitable, educate them about exemplary values, and create a positive image and celebrate women by empowering them to use beauty for a positive social change.



Yue-Sai Kan Featured in Jing Daily

Jing Daily

When it comes to targeting millennial and Gen Z consumers, luxury brands in China often use young celebrities and influencers who are peers of the target demographic. However, fashion magazine Marie Claire China‘s recent campaign aims to demonstrate the power of more mature, silver generation influencers.