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Author: Yiyang Zhuang

“lads” perceive themselves, they are a cohesive group of authentic, mature, and “live-life-to-the-full” members who are quick-minded and humorous. These views are justifiable to some extent. For instance, through Joey, the leader of the “lads,” we can see how the nonconformist students subtly forge

In: The China Nonprofit Review

Overseas Chinese ( SFROC ) was founded in 1957 to assist local economic development as an official intermediary. It helped with the establishment of enterprises in towns and villages and motivated many Chinese living in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and overseas to invest in local public welfare. In May of

In: The China Nonprofit Review

aspect of social life to understand individual environmental behaviors. We want to bridge the gap between these two streams of scholarships to further our understanding of environmental philanthropy. We develop a new conceptual model that includes the micro, meso, and macro levels of factors to measure

In: The China Nonprofit Review

, the needs and problems of such a large rural population had been neglected, which was one of the major factors in China’s perpetual backwardness since the Opium War of 1840. In hopes to increase these rural populations’ living standard, the RF trustee committee approved its first rural reconstruction

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Author: Hu Yingzi

conversation. I have two questions. The first one is for Mr. Liao. How would the concept of joy and harmony bring true happiness to the farmers? The second question is for Secretary Zheng. Why did Wuxi choose joy and harmony? Harmony Comes from a Joyous Life, and Joy Comes from Harmonious Living Liao

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Authors: Jing Chen and Qing Lan

school due to sorts of reasons and a big number of factual orphans whose mother remarried after the father died. It remains a tough job to secure the tuition and living expenses of the orphans for compulsory education. 3 According to the 2003 Report on the Monitoring and Evaluation of the

In: The China Nonprofit Review

Center, 2015). Disaster relief following the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake made Chinese people realize how their donations can make a difference in helping others survive and sustain. Increasingly powerful Internet platforms give everyone easier access to philanthropic giving in daily life. These facts call

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Authors: Tingming Chen and Yichun Weng

. This article conducts a case study of CANYOU founded by Zheng Weining affected with hemophilia. To pursue a life in his own way, he established CANYOU in Shenzhen with the merger savings of his parents that had been intended for his blood transfusion to make him alive. Initiated as a self

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Authors: Xiaoping Zhao and Zhaonan Zhu

economic development and demonstrated the important role farmers’ organizations play in improving rural living standard. However, npo s still have many problems in practice, which have impeded various functions of npo s. 4.1 Lack of Professional Competence A problem most frequently mentioned in

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Author: Shujie Jiang

the wall of a London church expressing that compan- ionship is life; the absence of companionship is tantamount to death; and hell is loneliness, a place devoid of friends. Th is actions of volunteers in the disas- ter-struck region after the Wenchuan earthquake substantiate perfectly this sentiment

In: The China Nonprofit Review