EDITOR'S DESK
Plenty of Opportunities for NGOs
  
 



 
VOL.48 NO.26 JUNE 30, 2005
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  HELPING HAND: Members of the Guangzhou Youth Volunteer Association share handcraft skills with students of the Guangdong Job Training Center for the handicapped  
  Cover Story  
Dealing with a range of issues, NGOs are starting to play a bigger role in Chinese society. But the growth of NGOs is not limited to domestic organizations.
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PEOPLE & POINTS
Hong Kong's New Chief

 

VIEWPOINT

NGOs With Chinese Characteristics


More Stories
NATION
NGOs--Providing a Link
Non-government groups are on the rise
Stars Behind the Voices
Overdubbed movies lose prestige in China
A New Chapter for E-Books
Publishers look for electronic copyright protection
Snuff Out That Puff!
Concerns about the large number of doctors who smoke
Giving China's Future a Hand
Foreign and local charities aid children in need
Reducing Infant Mortality
New programs to prevent infant deaths
WORLD
Positive Signs for Nuke Talks?
China and South Korea try to bring their neighbor back to negotiations
Countries Strike Back
A Strategic approach needed to stop the trafficking of women
Growing Pains
The problems with European integration
BUSINESS
Are Taxes High in China?
Some say China's taxes are among the highest in the world
Logistics Target
Tapping the billion dollar express mail industry
China's Fledgling Express Mail Industry
FedEx and others plan to expand across China
Trend or Glitch?
Getting Rid of E-Waste
Old commputers create environmental hazards
State of the Market
FORUM

Which Counts More, Tourism or Environment?

EXPAT'S EYE
Classics Shock at Tsinghua

Western literature can be difficult to teach

SNAPSHOTS
Animals and the National Image
 
 
Pingpong Diplomacy

Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing plays table tennis with his Israeli counterpart Silvan Shalom after a meeting in Jerusalem on June 19.
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