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Gate of Charity Remains Closed in China

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Nathan Leung | Tue Mar 12, 2013

Donations from mainland China are generous but will not be significant to Hong Kong nonprofits in the near future, said the CEO of Yan Oi Tong, and the work of Hong Kong charity organizations on the mainland may be challenging.


“There was a mainlander who has donated US$100 thousand only for a single song in a fund raising TV program,” said Lu Tak Ming, the CEO of the NGO.


Although the mainland donors are generous in donation, only less than 1% of Yan Oi Tong’s yearly income comes from them, which makes Lu believe we need to wait a long time before the their donations become important to Hong Kong charity organization.


In discussion of Yan Oi Tong’s project in the mainland, Lu said it was very hard. Prejudicing that all NGOs are political, the communist party allows only few Hong Kong based charity organizations to constantly work in Guangdong.


“It is too difficult to go further to other province,” said Lu.
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