What is behind China’s rise in charitable giving? The start of charitable giving as a trend in modern China can by pinned on a single date—May 12, 2008, the day an eight-magnitude earthquake hit Sichuan province leaving 70,000 people dead. Before that disaster, making charitable donations simply didn’t enter the heads of most Chinese people. […]
China is strengthening its intellectual property laws much faster than many realize. Intellectual Property Rights infringement has been a longstanding issue in China, but as patent laws have developed, foreign firms are saying there are signs of progress. In late April, China’s Ministry of Public Security launched one of the most dramatic piracy busts […]
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