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PHILANTHROPY INITIATIVES

  • First Presentation Given at Yintai Salon, an Event Initiated by 'The Chiang Family and the Modern Chinese History' Program, Dec 2015
    On the evening of December 13, 2015, a series session launched by Yintai Foundation's "The Chiang Family and the Modern Chinese History" made its debut in Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. Prestigious historian, lead researcher with "The Chiang Family and the Modern Chinese History Program" Yang Tianshi extended an excellent lecture titled "The Man Chiang Kai-shek". "The Chiang Family and the Modern Chinese History Program" is a nonprofit academic program launched by Yintai Foundation that constantly supports innovative academic research, the publishing and dissemination of academic outputs, and the collection of salvageable narrative history relating to the theme of the program.
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  • 1st Academic Committee Meeting & Program Inaugurated ,Oct 2015
    On October 27, 2015, Yintai Foundation's 'The Chiang Family and the Modern Chinese History' program made its debut at the Chinese Entrepreneur Club of Beijing Yintai Centre. Against the portraits of Chinese business bigwigs, President of Yintai Group and Founder of Yintai Foundation Shen Guojun had a dialog with Yang Tianshi and other historians over how enterprises will assist academics in new ways.
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  • Philanthropy education practice under shared value-Shen Guojun's word for PKU's new master students
    Shen Guojun, chairman of Yintai Group, and founder and honorary chairman of Yintai Foundation, attended the Opening Ceremony of PKU MSEM Program & Inaugural Ceremony of GSM-Yintai Philanthropy Research Center. In the event, he said that he "has pursued shared value, engaged himself in philanthropy with business thinking and integrated business success with social philanthropy", expecting that the students of the first MSEM class will contribute to the progress of Chinese philanthropy. His speech is as follows.
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  • Philanthropic Commerce Auditorium , Aug 2015
    On August 22, 2015, the first session of the Guanghua Philanthropy × Commerce Auditorium raised curtain in Building No.1 of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. Secretary-general of SEE Conservation, Dr. Wang Limin, cofounder of Lean in Beijing Virginia Tan and secretary-general of Zhengweining Charity Foundation Liu Haijun shared their opinions at the event. The Guanghua Philanthropy × Commerce Auditorium is hosted by Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, and organized by the Philanthropic Management Postgraduate Program of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. The auditorium focuses on changes in philanthropy and commerce, analyzes the possibility of future philanthropic development, cores round how to contribute to public good with commercial thinking and commercial model, and invites the most influential persons in business, philanthropy and academics to speak on this topic.
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