Chinese and Chinese American Philanthropy Summit: Beyond Charitable Giving Conference

Hong Kong Launch

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Asia Society
Hong Kong,

In September the founding members and global partners of the Global Chinese Philanthropy Initiative (GCPI) held day long conferences, press events and private dinners with featured philanthropists and key supporters to launch GCPI in the US and China, revealing finding from the Phase I research, of this two part study. Among the key research findings this study found over 400% increase in the number of Chinese and Chinese American foundations and startling increase in charitable giving by both Chinese and Chinese American donors, over the past decade.

GCPI Phase I research provides tremendous insight into reasons for this dramatic growth and opens up a pathways for dialogue regarding the potential future impact of philanthropy, as founders of private family foundations plan to pass on stewardship of their charitable vision to the next generation, in a rapidly changing and increasingly globalized world. GCPI hopes to encourage other Asian and Asian American philanthropists to engage in this study and inspire collaboration across borders and generations.

Chinese and Chinese American Philanthropy Summit: Beyond Charitable Giving Conference
September 21, 2017 - Hong Kong

The second in an anticipated series of 4 events, GCPI was launch in greater China at a daylong conference in Hong Kong, hosted by Asia Society Hong Kong and attended by over 200 guests. Both conferences were organized in the same format and featured some of the same speakers and panelists.

Ronnie Chan, Hung Lung Group (Keynote Speaker)
Stewart Kwoh, President, AAAJ-LA
Alice Mong, Director, ASHK
Victor Kuo, GCPI Researcher

Panel 1: Founding Philanthropists: Achieving Greater Impact
John Long, Founder, Long Family Foundation
Niu Gensheng, Founder & Honorary President, Niu Lao Foundation
Sue Van, President & CEO, Wallace Coulter Foundation
Wang Zhenyao, President, China Global Philanthropy Institute
Roy Chen, Chairman & CEO, Grace Financial Limited

Panel 2: Next Gen: Disrupting the Philanthropic Space
Vivian Long, Director of Programs, Long Family Foundation
Adley Chan, Representing Ronnie & Barbara Chan philanthropy
Cynthia Wu, Executive Director, Shin Kong Life Foundation
Dee Dee Chan, Director, Seal of Love Charitable Foundation

 


Cost : English