Dr. Liu Hung To, Oxfam Hong Kong's program director for Mainland China, talks to CDB about the challenges and opportunities confronting Chinese NGOs that want to spread their wings and make an impact outside of their country.
The topic of Chinese NGOs and charities working overseas has gained increasing traction over the last few years. As China has risen to the status of second largest economy, many are optimistic about the potential for Chinese philanthropy to make…
Dreaming Building Service Association (DBSA) is a Chinese NGOs that works in Africa, promoting youth empowerment in vulnerable areas. Pan Yanwen, the DBSA’s general secretary, talks to CDB about her reflections on volunteering and working in Kenya and Uganda.
Myanmar is an important recipient of Chinese investment and trade. Chinese NGOs have an important role to play in acting as mediators and facilitators for the Sino-Myanmar partnership, argues this article by Chau Ho.
The Sichuan Haihui Poverty Alleviation Service Center is a Chengdu-based nonprofit organization dedicated to rural poverty alleviation and the sustainable development of rural communities. CDB interviewed Chen Taiyong, the founder of the Sichuan Haihui, to share his rich experience of poverty alleviation projects in Thailand.
On January 5th, a press conference was held in Beijing for the Blue Book of Charity, published by the China Lingshan Charity and Philanthropy Promotion Association (中国灵山公益慈善促进会).
The meeting reviewed and commented on the development of Chinese philanthropy in 2019.…