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Corruption in China’s community work is common

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Hong Kong people should not despise community works in China but use our civilized way to help them, Community Relations Manager of Community Chest said yesterday at a Shue Yan University forum.

A mainland woman Kwok Mei-mei claimed herself as the CEO of Red Cross society of China and flaunted company’s property on web, making people to query about Red Cross society’s determination to help the needy. Louie Tong said it was common to have these chaoses since the community work of China has only developed for four years.

“The Community Chest of Hong Kong has spent over 40 years to build its reputation and trust with Hong Kong publics. So comparing with us, the growth of community works in China is still in an early stage and they need time for improvement,” said Tong.

In China, community work is actually a governmental work, having nearly half of the donation given by the government. Since its management system was not mature enough, corruption is widespread. Tong however said she was still optimistic to China’s community work and Hong Kong people should use our power and civilization to influence them.

Unlike China’s, community work in Hong Kong is mature, having many non-profit charitable organizations in Hong Kong with high transparency. And Community Chest is one of them who would put all its funds to the community. Tong said: “Community chest would utilize the fund to support our member organizations. We would also supervise each other, making sure that all money is used to help those in need.”

“I admit that there are some crafty people making use of community work to deceive others for money. So we need the public to monitor, keeping an eye on suspicious community work and help us to pull these evil member of the herd out. And we would publicize Community Chest’s operations to relieve publics’ concerns,” said Tong.

[Late articles will not be edited.]

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