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Mao Yushi  Fighting Poverty from the Trenches: Micro Finance in China
Mao Yushi - Unirule Institute of Economics, President
China’s economic boom has raised hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. In rural areas, widespread poverty remains a challenge. Fuping Development Institute began operations in 1993 with a...
Hladin Social Entrepreneurship in China: Main Trends and Startup Advice
Mihela Hladin & Chris Pothaar - Greennovate, Founders
Mihela and Chris discuss current and future social entrepreneurship trends in China. Much like the development of internet usage in China, concepts like sustainable development and social...
John D Liu Lessons on Ecological Rehabilitation From the Loess Plateau
John D. Liu - Environmental Education Media Project, Director
The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area...
holly Front Line NGOs in China: Challenges and Success Stories
Holly Chang - Golden Bridges, Founder and CEO
Golden Bridges is dedicated to building sustainable capacity of China’s NGO sector. The society’s needs are not always fully addressed by the government nor the private sector so the “civil society”...
Henri-Claude The Importance of Public Trust to the Development of CSR
Henri-Claude de Bettignies - CEIBS, Distinguished Professor of Global Responsible Leadership
CSR is at a crossroads in China.  While the government and business community openly extol its virtues, an incomplete understanding of its principles and a tendency to misuse CSR to whitewash...
Frank Ching - Independent Columnist ,
Hong Kong has experienced less than 20 years of popular suffrage. After inheriting few democratic institutions from the British, Hong Kong residents have struggled to assert themselves in the...
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Judy Townsend - The Montessori School of Shanghai, Head of School
Judy Townsend talks about her experience in Shanghai and her forecast for the development of the Montessori organization in China. China’s economic boom is bringing quality education within reach to...
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Judy Townsend - The Montessori School of Shanghai, Head of School
Ms. Townsend gives a general description of the Montessori Method of education and its advantages over conventional education. Dr. María Montessori, an Italian doctor and educator, developed the...
henri claude Chinas New and Original Approach to CSR
Henri-Claude de Bettignies - CEIBS, Distinguished Professor of Global Responsible Leadership
Professor Bettignies talks in this video about how different concepts of Corporate Social Responsibility coexist in China today.  He contrasts the Western tradition, embraced by multinationals,...
henri claude CSRs Inroads Into China
Henri-Claude de Bettignies - CEIBS, Distinguished Professor of Global Responsible Leadership
Professor Bettignies talks about the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility, its importance in the philosophy of business and the way that it is addressed in China. The concept of CSR was once...

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