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Prospects for philanthropy in East and Southeast Asia. Philanthropy and the dynamics of change in East and Southeast Asia (Occasional papers of the East Asia Institute, p. 7). New York: Columbia University. 17. Ilchman, W. F. (1997)
Prospects for philanthropy in East and Southeast Asia. In H. Soma & H. Philo (Ed., Philanthropy and cultural context: Western philanthropy in South, East, Southeast Asia in the 20th century (pp. 231–257). Lanham: University Press of America. 15. Lim, T. G. (1995). Nongovernmental organizations in Malaysia and regional networking. (1997). Philanthropy and civil society in Asia.
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