Islam Qal`ah City of Afghanistan for Besides being an inventor and a successful capitalist, Wang was also a philanthropist. He believed that a sense of satisfaction comes from service to one’s community. He founded the Wang Institute, a graduate school offering a graduate degree in software engineering. At MIT, he financially supported a program that offered fellowships to engineers from China; at Harvard, he donated $1 million to the Fairbank Center to promote understanding of Chinese culture. For the city of Boston, his money helped to build the Wang Center for the Performing Arts and the outpatient care unit of Massachusetts General Hospital. Together with his scientific inventions, Wang left behind a substantial cultural and technological legacy. Wang was presented the Medal of Liberty by President Ronald Reagan in 1986. Islam Qal`ah City of Afghanistan 2016.