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Third Plenary Session of the 11th CPC Central Committee - Wikipedia

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Before the plenum, demands for a repudiation of the Cultural Revolution ... the Third Plenary Session argued that extensive criticism campaigns against Lin Biao  ...

 

2013 integrates more than a dozen social reforms unlike 78/93 which were mainly fast forward on finacial

 

NutriGO in China is the newest of the danone.communities projects, which

aims to combat childhood malnutrition in rural China through an awareness

program and a fortified dietary supplement, the YingYang-Bao product.

Currently in its pilot phase, the project estimates that the program will benefit

6,000 babies in the coming year.

 

The NutriGO project is the fruit of a partnership between Dumex,

danone.communities, Grand Billion International Trading Limited (GBIT),

One Foundation and NPI Foundation (two Chinese NGOs) and the

International Life Sciences Institute Focal Point (ILSI-FP), a Chinese public

institute for nutrition research. This project aims to combat child malnutrition

in rural China through an awareness program and a fortified dietary

supplement. The NutriGO project seeks to reach populations that have

not had access before now to nutritional information and products,

by training rural women in nutrition and sales
 
more context at page 33 , 34 of STRATEGy - Danone
www.danone.de/danone/downloadcenter/2011_sustainable_report.pdf
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat Apr 5, 2012 – like the Danone Ecosystem Fund and, more recently, the Livelihoods ..... Index) designed by the NGOs GAIN (Global Alliance for Improved. Nutrition) ...... program and a fortified dietary supplement, the YingYang-Bao product for china
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update july 2012 - incubators are one of our favorite searches at jobscompetitions so this article http://genychina.com/2012/06/the-future-of-china’s-startup-incubators/  with help from http://gigaom.com/2012/01/04/what-history-teaches-us-about-startup-... on the unique models of china incubators is doubly wow - examples cited Innovation Works, Xindanwei  Xinchejian  Transi.st is an incubator that seeks to develop tech that has direct impact on social good. Shifting from the ideology that a start-up’s primary path leads to IPO, Transi.st chooses its China incubation projects first for its scalability in social impact. Yuenfen-Flow  ; Jue.io is perhaps one of the most exciting examples of an Incubator Enterprise, specializing in manufacturing incubation.  Jue,io seeks to attract creative youth culture products;Boasting a vast network of OEM manufacturer relationships, Jue.io offers not only team, product development, and funding for the right manufactured product idea, but also the right manufacturing and distribution partners. Jue.io’s incubator capabilities are specialized for the needs of the industry it serves.

 

These non-traditional forces are not unique only to China. We are seeing the incubator evolve into Incubator Enterprises in other fields that require adaptation for distinct requirements. In Canada, an Incubator Enterprise exists named InstituteB, a specialty incubator focused on sustainability start-ups and cultivating particular skills for the sustainability field with special relationships with sustainability-focused investors. They also bring in start-ups for a long timeline, build thoroughly, and graduate only with the right investor already in place.

Incubators in China can develop in this way because China creative talent is still so rare and offers the great potential for highly unique value creation. As the competitive pressures in China continue to rise, the value proposition to incubate talent and new China business solutions is something no investor can ignore.

It is within these incubators that a new generation of Chinese creative talent is realizing that there are other options to their future career and life path.  For the first time China’s creative middle class sees a viable, and socially acceptable path to having one’s own ideas & inventions realized.

The new Chinese incubator enterprises are in part instigating new culture, and may become the modus operandi for a new creative class of Chinese youth.

 

We know of 4 best news ror pro-youth economics in china

1) might be called customising proven end poverty franchises - such as grameen microcredit to china

China Poverty Reduction Centre

ChinaIPRCC YunusChina Yunus & IPRCC 17 Dec 2010: Work Report by Xu Hui, Director-General of IPRCC on the 5th Anniversary of IPRCC  3 Sept 2010: LGOP Delegation Visits Banglades  ...

Yunus Microcredit Progress in China

Grameen Trust publications imply hainna region is first of 3 direct implenetation programs in china( upcoming sichuan and inner monpolia): source: The People's Government of Haina  ...
 
2) we call world's most extremely innovative triad partnerships - typically between a) yunus, ) some desperate need in china and c) some highly resourced corporate or national partner
eg 1 danone communities (See Gain report) has reponded to china's number 1 infant nutrition expert's call for a solution to the first 1000 days of malutrition of infants (the time children are most at risk of not growing brain and body properly) with affordable vitamin cereal bar - this may be one of the top 20 consumer goods innovations of 2010s and we wouldnt be surprised if yunus is a triad world tarde partner in the majority of the decade's greatest new product innovations at least from china's needs views - please tell us others you spot
3) hi -tech partnerships with othe job creng entrepreneurs including china's jack ma of ali baba
4) is university partnerships -one gateway in may be yunus partnership with singapore 

National Univerity of Singapore

This is host of cluster of yunus friends in singapore including jack sim as an orgin whose own passion is ecological - waste- sewage- water etc The use of technology in inspirin  ...
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Debate here http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/can-we-return-to-multi-win-economics-maps-of-asian-pacific - The Economist Surveys that started Asian pacific century in 1975

Asia Pacific Century The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975. Page 3. Vol 254, issue 6854.

The embarrassed heir The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975. Pages 15-18. Vol 254, issue 6854.

Survey of The Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976. Page 3. Vol 261, issue 6956.

Ten green bottles News The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976. Pages 41-43. Vol 261, issue 6956.

Towards the industrial archipelago News The Economist. Saturday, 8 January 1977. Pages 31,32. Vol 262, issue 6958.

Bottom-up is best News The Economist. Saturday, 8 January 1977. Page 35. Vol 262, issue 6958.

Granulated Capitalism - a survey responding to ER The Economist. Saturday, 8 January 1977. Page 3. Vol 262, issue 6958.

The coming entrepreneurial revolution Letters to Editor The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1977. Pages 4,6. Vol 262, issue 6960.

Tomorrow's capitalism Letters to Editor The Economist. Saturday, 5 February 1977. Page 4. Vol 262, issue 6962.

Big can be beautiful A response to ER by 2 managers of General Electric Company The Economist. Saturday, 5 March 1977. Pages 45,46. Vol 262, issue 6966.

Tomorrow's workshop -

2 billion people - novel suggestions for East Asia

News The Economist. Saturday, 7 May 1977. Pages s7-s11. Vol 263, issue 6975.


When histories of the world's change of millennium and youth's most exciting goals are told, probably the most amazingly graceful story of them all will be how starting in 1996 the world's poorest women elected to invest in Bangladesh becoming the world's leading green technology nation- certainly the prospects of Asia Pacific Century 1976-2075 depended on Bangladesh' tralibalzing contributions to grassroots networking of the knowledge economy and the twiining of investments in this with Japan's love of nature thanks to social business stockmarkets.

 

Subject to Norman Macrae's worldwide prioviso that governments got out of the way - as youth-led knowledge societies increasingly empower themselves, Norman started journalising in The Economist from 1975 on :  how 1976-2075 would become Asian pacific www century

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Professor Yunus Awarded a Global Award at The Third China Poverty Eradication Awards

On the occasion of The International Day for Eradication of Poverty (17th October, 2010), Professor Yunus has been awarded with the Global Award at "The Third China Poverty Eradication Awards" series at a high level ceremony at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing. Professor Yunus has been honoured with this award for his work in fighting poverty in Bangladesh, China and elsewhere around the world.

Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Executive Directortrophy.jpg of Yunus Centre, traveled to Beijing to receive the award on behalf of Professor Yunus. She received the award from the Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Mr. Hui Liangyu.

This award is a great acknowledgement of the change brought about by Micro-Credit as pioneered by Professor Yunus. Micro-Credit has proved that the poor are bankable and this has brought about tremendous social change and has opened doors for poverty alleviation which were previously closed.

Later at a seminar, Ms. Morshed recounted how Professor Yunus had to struggle in the initial years to convince banks to provide loans to the poor. Not succeeding in this endeavor, Professor Yunus decided to start a bank just for the poor and it was named Grameen Bank (Grameen means village in the Bangla language). Today Grameen Bank has over 8.3 million borrowers of which 97% are women.

This award was established in 2004 to recognize and honour individuals and organizations which make exceptional contribution to poverty alleviation in China and is organized by the influential China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) and supported by the State Council Leading Group on Poverty Alleviation (LGOP). The ceremony was attended by over 250 people; amongst the noted persons who attended the ceremony were Michelle Bachelet, the former President of Chile and currently UN Under Secretary General and Head of UN Women, Martin Ravaillon, who is a food economist, Dr Sabine Alkire of Oxford University and Sir Fazle Abed, Chairman of BRAC and Vice Minister Fan, who had previously visited Bangladesh.

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GF has a lot of work to do in China this year.  GF plans to raise almost $2 million for work in the country in 2008, over half of which will support on-lending - money made available to women as loans - and the remainder will be invested in capacity building of GF’s three Chinese microfinance partner institutions (MFIs): Chifeng Zhaowuda Women’s Sustainable Development Association in Inn...Funding the Poor Cooperative in Henan / Hebei Provinces, and Association for Rural Development of Poor Areas in Sichuan (ARDPAS) in Sichuan Province. These three organizations are on the ground reaching 20,000 female borrowers through their microfinance programs; 20,000 opportunities to end the cycle of poverty

yunus has just complete a china visit Sun-Yat Sen University http://eng.sysu.edu.cn/others/news/campus/103586.htm

 

Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus Appointed as Guest Professor of Sun Yat-sen Business School The 3rd Nobel Laureate China Tour and International Forum of Microcredit and Social Business Successfully Held

Source: Sun Yat-sen Business School

On August 14, Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus Guangzhou Trip and International Forum of Microcredit and Social Business was held in The K.K. Leung Hall of Sun Yat-sen University. SYSU President Xu Ningsheng attended the forum and conferred the Certificate of Sun Yat-sen University Guest Professor on Professor Yunus.

President Xu Ningsheng conferring the certificate on Mr. Muhammad Yunus

At the forum, Mr. Muhammad Yunus, Chen Zhiwu, tenured professor of Yale University, Huang Yasheng, MIT Professor, Ding Xueliang, Professor of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Senior Research Fellow of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Chen Jianmin, Professor of Sociology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shao Zhibao, Head of Guangdong Branch, Postal Savings Bank of China, and Latifee, Managing Director of Grameen Trust, Bangladesh, delivered a speech respectively.

After the theme speeches, the distinguished guests held a round table dialogue on microcredit model and social business model and their practices and prospects in China, microcredit practice of Postal Savings Bank of China, financial center construction in Chinese cities, Guangdong financial reform, and the future of Chinese economy.

The forum was sponsored by Sun Yat-sen Business School, Time Weekly and Guangdong Southern Television, with the main purpose of sharing the Grameen Bank model created by Muhammad Yunus and the successful experience of social business, promoting the development of Chinese version of Grameen Bank microfinance projects, and helping China’s poor regions to get out of poverty. Celebrities from all walks of life, governmental organizations, entrepreneurs, members of chamber of commerce, media professionals, students of Sun Yat-sen Business School, a total of over 1,000 people listened to the excellent speeches given by Mr. Yunus and other guest speakers.

Mr. Muhammad Yunus is the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and the founder of Grameen Bank. Grameen Bank and the Grameen model have helped over one hundred million people in Bangladesh to get out of poverty. This model has been practiced all over the world and achieved noticeable results. In the presentation speech, The Norwegian Nobel Committee spoke highly of Yunus’ Grameen model: “Lasting peace cannot be achieved unless large population groups find ways in which to break out of poverty. Microcredit is one such means.”

Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus visited Shanghai last week on October 30 to attend TALK | Global Social Innovation Forum. It is the China’s first large-scale forum on social innovations across the world. He presented his creations of Grameen Bank and Social Business to more than 700 audiences.

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Definition of phoney capitalism - when a global market loses the purpose which would make it most valuable to for the human race to invest in exponentially impacting.
Disastrous phoney capitalisms of 2012 include
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 education
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other global professions
place-leading politicians
foundations
healthcare
nutrition
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its 40 years since dad starting to debate how to make the net generation most productive in The Economist under his signature microeconomics rubric "Entrepreneurial Revolution"- for 2012 we propose: changing the humanly most valuable purpose  sustainable of 13 markets first -

3 for Growth: Energy, Collaboration Apps of Web-Tec, Smart Media and Edu,

10 for preventing destrictive speculators: Healthcare including wastecare, Nutrition including access to food and water chains, banks and finacial services, entertainment and future of heroes, land and transparent politics of how its setwarded, transportion physical and virtual, other infrastructures, peace and personal security , do no harm professions, other things and services

 

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Macrae voted for Yunus as the most joyous economist of the net generation. 16 November 2010, Saint James London: worldwide Youth helped the launch of Consider Bangladesh at The Economist in his memory; an intercity action group of yunus good news 2010s correspondents is also emerging
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