|November 16, 2009, President Barack Obama remarked at Town Hall Meeting with Future Chinese Leaders, Museum of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China:|
That's why I'm pleased to announce that the United States will dramatically expand the number of our students who study in China to 100,000. And these exchanges mark a clear commitment to build ties among our people, as surely as you will help determine the destiny of the 21st century. And I'm absolutely confident that America has no better ambassadors to offer than our young people. For they, just like you, are filled with talent and energy and optimism about the history that is yet to be written.
November 30, 2009, Helen Li, at her 17 year old, win the 8 titles at National Amarican Miss at the annual national pageant, held Thanksgiving Week of 2009 at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Orange County, in Anaheim, California! These titles include winner of National American Miss Talent, National Ambassador, the National All-American Miss Teen Finals and winner of Miss Personality and etc. as well as 4th Runner-up, National All-American Miss Teen & Court, Top 10 finalists, 4th Runner-up, Actress.
Helen Li is one of the most NAM title winners. She has a excellent record of academy study in St. Angus High school. Beside her school study, she devour her times to community services and become young volunteer to take care seniors and children in local hospitals.
Not only services in local community, Helen also donate her saving and awarding money for Orphans and disabled children's education.
April 8, 2010, Helen Li register an non-for-profit organization named as "YOUNG AMBASSADOR OF AMERICA". She wishes American youth especial young Chinese American can john the effort to her culture and education exchange program, She believes "By increase understanding and friendship between the youth in China and USA, it will help the development of world economic and promote world peace"
May 16, 2010, donated by YOUNG AMBASSADOR OF AMERICA Helen Li, the first"Helen Library" is grand opening at Rehabilitation centers for disabled children in Jiujiang, Jiangxi, China.
July 20, 2010, Helen Li fly over to China and attend the Grand Opening ceremony of second Helen Library at Chongqing Children Welfare Institute. This is first time that Helen Li stay within these disabled Children. She shows her love by sending the school supply with candy, plays piano, read story and teach English. In a few hours, the children treat her as their best friend. When the time coming, they don't want Helen go.
Helen Li plans to bring 100 young American leaders to visit China as the member of "YOUNG AMBASSADOR OF AMERICA". In her plan, hundreds and thousands Chinese leaders from China Youth Education Study Center will also visit USA in next a few years.