48 Heroes Of Philanthropy

Cunningham, Susan J.; Frazier, Donald; Flannery, Russell; Huang, Joyce; Koo, Mee-Hyoe; Mertens, Brian; Raghunathan, Anuradha; Rai, Saritha; Salmon, Andrew; Schmidt, Lucinda; Serafin, Tatiana; Tirtadji, Alvi; Woyke, Elizabeth
July 2011
Forbes Asia;Jul2011, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p46
The article offers information on the top 48 philanthropists from various countries in the Asia-Pacific region including India, Australia and China. Actor Vivek Oberoi has donated 3 million dollars for charity and has raised 25 million dollars for cancer and heart patients and disaster relief operations. Architect Tadao Ando from Japan has launched various operation for the victims of earthquakes. Information on the works of Vijay Eswaran, businessman from Malaysia, is also presented.


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