Developing countries top the list of remittance receivers, but France and Germany are up there as well.
Here are five inferences about Asian philanthropists from the 2014 BNP Baripas Individual Philanthropy Index.
Thanks to a new direct registration process, the number of Chinese NGOs has swelled to over 500,000. But there is still much more the government can do to ease the burdens of operations for local nonprofits.
Chinese legislators have been sitting on a bill that would make charitable giving mandatory for all citizens. Will this be an effective approach to unlocking philanthropy in the country?
Meet China’s top philanthropists.
The BRICS diaspora could do big things for their respective homelands through philanthropy.
Kordant Philanthropy Advisors published a new guide that lays out some of the issues faced by donors in making grants to organizations in China and how they can be addressed.
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.
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.
Wenjie Tang describes an evaluation of the Teaching Scholar Project, a US-China exchange program involving 18 American secondary school educators. This article is part of Asian Philanthropy Forum’s “Exploring the Impact of Asian Philanthropy” series.