Friday, May 27, 2011

China seeks to expand modern philanthropy

China seeks to expand modern philanthropy: "PHILANTHROPY: LOVE IS MUTUAL

There is an urgent need to clarify philanthropic ideas in China, says Wang Zhenyao, director of the Beijing Normal University One Foundation Philanthropy Research Institute.

Philanthropy not only means giving without expecting anything in return, but is also a chance for the donor to realize his or her wish of expressing love and care, according to Wang.

Modern charity is based not in religion, but in the innate desire for people to want to help, according to Yvonne Pang, deputy chair of the PR committee of the Rotary Club of Beijing."

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