In this busy world, we often neglect the value of cultural exchange in pursuit of money, success, and fame. However, cultural exchange is an important way to promote understanding, respect, and peace.

To achieve this goal, the Harvard Undergraduates in Asia Program (HUAP) is actively preparing for its winter session from January 14 to 20, 2024. We're inviting about 80 students from Harvard's partner universities, including National Taiwan University, to come to the United States. They will participate in lectures, explore Boston, and engage in academic and cultural exchanges, aiming to create a friendly environment for scholarly and cultural interactions and to engage these students with memorable experiences.

We sincerely invite you to consider supporting the HUAP to help raise US$8,000 to host Harvard foreign representatives, organize lecture events, and help fund Harvard students' flights to Asia. This will help us achieve our vision  of promoting cross-cultural exchange.

You can donate on the fundraising website below:

About the Harvard Undergraduates in Asia Program (HUAP):

HUAP's history dates back to 20 years ago, when it was known as the Harvard College in Asia Program (HCAP). It is a student-operated organization dedicated to strengthening collaborations between Harvard students and top universities in Asian cities. Since then, we have been committed to promoting interactions among international students and enhancing cooperation between Harvard University and its Asian partner universities.

HUAP hosts an annual conference at Harvard each year, inviting students from top universities around the world to participate. In 2024, we will be focusing on the theme of "Embrace the Unknown: The Path Less Traveled," exploring global issues and promoting cross-cultural dialogue. If you are interested in this content, you can find more information on our website:

Aditi Agrawal, a member of HCAP Mumbai, which is the former participant of HUAP, from St. Xavier's University, said: “The Harvard College in Asia Program is not just an exchange program, it is a platform for building lifelong connections. Participating in HCAP allows me to savor the richness of art, culture, and social activities, with a particular emphasis on race and global culture. It was an unreal experience, where knowledge and culture intersected, and people came together to build a community and achieve personal growth.”

Whether it's through sponsoring a dinner or an event, or simply sharing information about the HUAP, your support can be expressed in its own way.

For more information, you can contact the team of HUAP via the email below:

Contact 1: Jolin Chan (
Contact 2: Megan Yeo (