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  • Corporate Responsibility: Safeguarding Eco-Environment
    From the 'No Shark's Fin, From My Own' practice promised by entrepreneurs in 2009 to the proposal of the same subject by entrepreneur deputies to the NPC and CPPCC conferences in 2012 and 2013, from the promulgation of"no such protected wildlife products as shark's fin or edible bird's nest are allowed on official tables" by the State Council in 2013 to the practice of the "no consumption or trading of such protected wildlife products as shark's fin, ivory or rhinoceros horn among corporate operations" initiated by 100 entrepreneurs at entrepreneur clubs, forums or alliances in 2015 and 2016, entrepreneurs and enterprises are continuously creating positive influence in the industry and the society.
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  • Yintai Salon Ⅴ|Opening the Black Box of History-Decryption of Modern History Archives of Hoover Institution
    Session 5 of Yintai Salon for "The Chiang Family and Modern Chinese History Research Program", hosted by Yintai Foundation, was held at the Lee Shau Kee Academy of Humanities, Peking University. The salon was themed "Opening the Black Box of History-Decryption of Modern History Archives of Hoover Institution". Lin Hsiao-ting, Curator of East Asian Collection at the Hoover Institution gave a lecture. Wang Qisheng, a professor at the Department of History, Peking University hosted the salon.
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  • Yintai Salon Ⅳ丨Chinese Women over the Century since the Soong Sisters
    Soong Ai-ling, Soong Ching-ling and Soong May-ling were China's most brilliant women in the 20th century. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sun Yat-sen. The destinies and choices of the Soong sisters closely linked to Sun have provided a perspective of Chinese women over the century.
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  • Sharing gains, looking into the future-Review and result sharing of 2016 Yintai Young Scholar Workshop
    The seven-day Yintai Foundation 2016 Young Scholar Workshop on "the Chiang Family and Modern Chinese History Research Program" has been wrapped up, and the closing ceremony was held. Yang Tianshi, a researcher at the Institute of Modern History CASS; Chen Hongmin, Director of the Center for Chiang Kai-shek and Modern Chinese History, Zhejiang University; Lai Chi-kong, a professor at the Department of History and Director of the Business History Research Center, University of Queensland; Jin Bo, Secretary General of Yintai Foundation and the young scholars of the workshop attended the ceremony.
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