Over the past 25 years, the Li Ka Shing Foundation has channelled about $7.6 billion to educational, health, cultural and welfare causes. They include: Shantou University: established in 1981 to raise education levels in Mr Li's home town of Chaozhou, Shantou University has received approximately $1.8 billion. The University of Hong Kong: prior to the $1 billion donation, the foundation funded the university's phase 4 expansion, completed in 1994, with the Chong Yuet Ming Buildings named after his late wife. Peking University: helped fund the university library's new wing, completed in 1998. Open University of Hong Kong: in 2000, presented OUHK with its largest ever private donation - $40 million towards a location for its Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education (LiSpace). Hong Kong Polytechnic University: in 2000, gave $100 million for continuing education. Caring is Hip: launched in 2004, to set up clinics in 20 villages in the Chaozhou-Shantou region. Overseas universities: the foundation has been a major benefactor for Singapore Management University, UC Berkeley, Stanford University and University of Calgary. It has also given #16.5 million ($234 million) to Cambridge University's Hutchison/MRC Research Centre. Scholarships: supports a number of scholarships, including the Hutchison Chevening Scholarships, the Hutchison Scholarships for Postgraduate Students and the Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Scholarship Programme.