Editor-in-Chief Jinghuan Shi

The International Journal of Chinese Education (IJCE) aims to strengthen Chinese academic exchange and cooperation with other countries in order to improve education research and promote education development. The journal welcomes both empirical and theoretical studies on popular and policy issues. Articles can address all China-related education disciplines, education phenomena and education problems, including comparative studies. Articles should be of interest to both scholars and advanced students, specialists and informed readers, as well as policy makers.

Editorial Information
The International Journal of Chinese Education seeks your support through submission of articles, research reports and book reviews. IJCE uses online submission. Authors should register and then submit their manuscript online via the Editorial Manager online submission system at: editorialmanager.com/ijce. Instructions for Authors (IFA) can be found here. The IFA include details on Open Access publication. Brill Open Access options can be found at www.brill.com/open. Please contact the editorial office for any questions or problems regarding IJCE or a manuscript: ijce@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn.

Editor-in-Chief Zhou Min and Liu Hong

This cross-disciplinary journal publishes research articles, reports, and book reviews on Chinese overseas throughout the world, and the communities from which they trace their origins. Moving across regions and disciplines, the Journal will examine Chineseness in its many diverse settings. With a Board of Editors drawn from fields as diverse as history, anthropology, sociology, geography, cultural studies, and political science, the Journal will contribute to transnational studies, as well as the study of Chinese communities in specific national settings.

The Journal of Chinese Overseas (JCO) was published by Singapore University Press (NUS Press) from 2005 to 2008. Since 2009, JCO has been published by Brill for the Chinese Heritage Centre under the auspices of the International Society for the Studies of Chinese Overseas, with the sponsorship of the Lee Foundation.

For editorial matters please contact jco@ntu.edu.sg.

Editor-in-Chief Ming Wang

Volume 2.1 is now available free online for a limited time! Follow the link to the online edition below to view the articles.
In the course of China’s transition from a planned to a market economy, social governance has begun to experience a transformation from a system of regulation solely by the government to joint governance by government agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations. As China’s social system is being redefined, Chinese nonprofits have become an important and complex force of social development and progress, comprising not only the governmental not-for-profit organizations of the old system, but also a wide array of newly-emerging social, political and civil groups.
This peer-reviewed, semiannual journal, published in Chinese by Social Sciences Academic Press (Beijing) and in English by Brill, will serve as a forum for researchers specializing in the undertakings and organization of Chinese nonprofits. The English version of the journal endeavors to make the latest scholarship on Chinese nonprofits available to a worldwide audience. Drawing on an editorial board of international scholars and researchers specializing in studies of nonprofit organizations, the journal will provide a truly independent and authoritative source of observation, analysis, theoretical thinking and policy-making advice during a time of social transition and innovation in China.
Electronic submissions should be sent to: nporeviewc@gmail.com.
Printed copies of article manuscripts should be sent to:
The China Nonprofit Review Editorial Board, NGO Research Center
Room 425, Wushunde Building, School of Public Policy and Management
Tsinghua University
Haidian, Beijing 100084

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