The China Paradox:
Rich, Developing, and Still in Need of Support
China is the world’s second largest economy, dispenses international aid, builds large infrastructure projects across the globe, and provides low-interest loans throughout the developing world. It has also lifted hundreds of millions of its own citizens out of poverty since reform and opening began four decades ago. Yet approximately 6.5% (90 million) of China’s population still lives in abject poverty (less than about $1.90 per day). In this respect, and many others, China is still a developing country and needs international support, whether in poverty alleviation, environmental protection, early childhood development, or a variety of other areas. This panel will discuss China’s present challenges and what the international community—governments, corporations, and even individuals—can do to help.
In this breakfast reception and presentation, Give2Asia's President and CEO Birger Stamperdahl and China Country Representative Xiao Rong will speak on the challenges and complexities of philanthropy to this region. They will also be available to discuss opportunities for investment and collaboration with potential donors.
Friday, June 29th
9:00 AM EST
Manhattan, New York City
Give2Asia's Role in China
As one of the few international nonprofits with a registered office in mainland China, Give2Asia offers a unique access point to this market for potential donors and program partners. Give2Asia's staff in Beijing is expanding its operations under Xiao Rong's leadership, and she is available to discuss collaboration opportunities in person during her visit to the U.S.
Register now to make sure that you can attend, as space is limited!
Other Upcoming Events Featuring Give2Asia and its China Office:
Tuesday, June 19th, 2:00 pm
1000 North Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, June 21st, 6:00 pm
101 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA
For more information on how to connect with Give2Asia and its China office, reach out to Program Manager Adam King at firstname.lastname@example.org.