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How Can Chinese Philanthropy Advance Social Entrepreneurship?

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In recent times, we have seen significant changes in the philanthropic sector in China, and with increasing wealth in the country, Chinese philanthropy has the potential to advance solutions to pressing social and environmental challenges. This series will attempt to open that conversation to a broad and influential audience of thought leaders and development practitioners from around the world. Click here for a video interview with Dr. Wang Zhenyao on the power of charity in China.

 
 

The State of Social Innovation in China

Wang Bing

Founder and Board Chair, Ai You Foundation

The Evolution of Chinese Philanthropy

Zhu Jiangang

Professor, School of Sociology and Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China

The Development of Social Enterprises and The Future of Chinese Philanthropy

Wang Zhenyao

Dean, Beijing Normal University China Philanthropy Research Institute

 

The China Challenge: Is It Worth the Effort?

Jenny Bowen

Founder and CEO, Half the Sky Foundation

Time for a Philanthropy Revolution in China

Fan Li

Co-Founder and Executive Director, Global Links Initiative

 
 
How Can Chinese Philanthropy Advance Social Entrepreneurship?
The State of Social Innovation in China
The Evolution of Chinese Philanthropy
The Development of Social Enterprises and The Future of Chinese Philanthropy
The China Challenge: Is It Worth the Effort?
Time for a Philanthropy Revolution in China
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