From the webpage of representative office in Bejing, China, the history of the University is as follows: 1978 Established in New Mexico 1996 Upgraded from College to University status 1999 Moved administrative office to, Carson, California (40 minutes from LA Airport) President: Dr. Thomas N. Pappas The photos of President and some buildings (campus or not?) can be accessed at: http://www.shilun.com/html/introduction.htm The first intake of MBA students in Bejing, China will be started shortly. The program fee is RMB 28,000 (i.e. US$3,400) and ALL must be paid before the start of the program. Interestingly, some "University Certificates" are listed at http://www.shilun.com/html/certificate.htm I can't understand those "certificates" listed in the webpage. The University is not listed in the list of accredited colleges and universities in California: http://www.wascweb.org/senior/list.html and is not listed in the Directory of Private Postsecondary Institutions in California: http://app1.dca.ca.gov/bppve/school-search/ It is also listed in Bear's Guide (14 ed.) nor in the Oregan unaccredited universities' webpage: http://www.osac.state.or.us/unaccredited.html A search through Google finds nothing. Is that University "invisible" or "non-existent"?