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Discussion: China’s new charity law

During China’s Two Sessions, legislators deliberated the country’s new charity law, which will both encourage charity and implement regulations on donation processes. How do Chinese attitudes toward charity differ from those in the West? As Chinese become more wealthy, how can skepticism toward donation processes be tempered? And how are social media and the Internet changing charity? Join us for an in-depth discussion with Professor Fu Jun from Peking University, Ran Hao from the Institute of Law at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and in Washington DC, Professor Christopher Chambers from Georgetown University.

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