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Philanthropic system in China still in its infancy

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Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

Unlike China, Hong Kong has a (complete?-advanced) philanthropic system. Locally, there are lots of non-governmental and non-profitable charitable organizations, Community Chest is one of the successful examples. Louie Tong, Manager, Community Relations of the Community Chest of Hong Kong said philanthropic system in the mainland is still in its infancy, therefore “we should not look down on them and should use our civility to help the uncivilized China in terms of development,” in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, 13 March.


Not so long ago, Kwok Mei Mei, a Chinese woman who claimed that she (is-past tense) the commercial manager of the Chinese Red Cross showed off her wealth online. It left netizens in China wonder what the Chinese Red Cross (verb missing) actually is doing. And most importantly, where are their donation go(conjugate).


Tong said it took forty years for the Community Chest to build up trust among Hong Kongers, however, there is only four-year history of Chinese philanthropic system, she believed that it is understandable that there is still chaos. “The Chinese government conceived philanthropy as the governmental behavior; only a low proportion of donation is from citizens. Therefore, chaos is easily seen because of this reason,” said Tong.


In addition, Tong thought that we should not expect too much from a 4-year-old system, instead “Hong Kong should help the uncivilized areas in China to advance themselves.”


--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年3月13日 (二) 23:53 (UTC)

Stephanie, I see you copy/pasted your old copy but made no corrections?

Dear Isabelle,

I have made corrections for Journalists should not cross the line on Saturday, 10th March, 2012 at 19:49. And I bold my corrections to make it clearer. Please kindly have a look again. Do you think it is a good way to do corrections? Thank you so much.

Regards,

Stephanie


Corrections:

Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

Unlike China, Hong Kong has an advanced(complete?-advanced) philanthropic system. Locally, there are lots of non-governmental and non-profitable charitable organizations, Community Chest is one of the successful examples. Louie Tong, Manager, Community Relations of the Community Chest of Hong Kong said philanthropic system in the mainland is still in its infancy, therefore “we should not look down on them and should use our civility to help the uncivilized China in terms of development,” in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, 13 March.


Not so long ago, Kwok Mei Mei, a Chinese woman who claimed that she was(is-past tense) the commercial manager of the Chinese Red Cross showed off her wealth online. It left netizens in China wonder what the Chinese Red Cross was(verb missing) actually doing. And most importantly, where are their donation go to(conjugate).


Tong said it took forty years for the Community Chest to build up trust among Hong Kongers, however, there is only four-year history of Chinese philanthropic system, she believed that it is understandable that there is still chaos. “The Chinese government conceived philanthropy as the governmental behavior; only a low proportion of donation is from citizens. Therefore, chaos is easily seen because of this reason,” said Tong.


In addition, Tong thought that we should not expect too much from a 4-year-old system, instead “Hong Kong should help the uncivilized areas in China to advance themselves.”


--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年3月20日 (二) 22:51 (UTC)
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