(The article is in Chinese only) The coming decade will be prime years of KK Tse as he seeks progress to 6 adventures in social entrepreneurship. He invites passionate individuals to join his force -
In January 9, 2008, KK wrote an article published here (Social Entrepreneurs Newsletter Issue No. 16) entitled “Strategic Volunteering – the Role of the Intrapreneur-Volunteer”. Surprisingly the message is equally relevant today. Here is the Chinese translation.
(The article is in Chinese only) Education for Good published a book on Belt and Road - and how the younger generation can best involve in it - recently. Here is KK's prologue for the book: What would KK do on Belt and Road if he is 23 now?
KK introduces Karen Tse, an exemplary social entrepreneur who founded the International Bridges to Justice and managed to change the fate of millions who face human right abuses in Asian countries.
After Patrick was appointed Ashoka’s Country Representative for China last month, we asked him to share with us his aspirations and challenges in this new role. Below is what he has written.
As you could imagine, all social enterprises can benefit from leveraging the time and expertise of volunteers. But surprisingly, there are also a large number of social enterprises that are not benefiting from the service of volunteers at all. What is more, there are plenty of highly qualified, motivated would-be volunteers who want to help but do not know how and where to make a contribution. What makes for this unusual and pitiful state of affairs?