China

Asian Philanthropy News Digest 03/17/2013

A digest of interesting philanthropy articles and research affecting Asia: family philanthropy evolving in China, Gates Foundation China has a new approach, CSR in Hong Kong and CAF has a report on future giving.

The Next Wave of Philanthropy in China

Dien S. Yuen shares several trends she believes will affect the course of philanthropy in China. Women in philanthropy, breaking down of barriers to giving, adaptation of models and the Giving Pledge will all influence the next wave of philanthropy in China. This article is part of Asian Philanthropy Forum’s “Exploring the Impact of Asian Philanthropy” series.

The Rise of the Middle-Class Donor in Hong Kong

Edwin Lee is a Philanthropy Advisor with the WiseGiving unit of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service. He provides us with profiles of “middle class donors” and how they pursue impact. Edwin’s article is part of Asian Philanthropy Forum’s “Exploring the Impact of Asian Philanthropy” series.

New Trends in Philanthropy in China

Karla Simon reviews current publications and recommendations for constructively engaging governments, businesses, and families in philanthropy in China. Karla’s post is part of the Asian Philanthropy Forum’s “Exploring the Impact of Asian Philanthropy” series.