A New Heritage of Giving. Network and support program for Asian American communities throughout the NY metropolitan area to grow a community of inspired, strategic investors in Asian American community nonprofits and causes. There is a showcase of various, individual Asian Pacific American donors (2006).
Beautiful Country: Understanding American Philanthropy. Article by Li Yuan of the Wall Street Journal providing some insight into Chinese philanthropy and why Americans give (Jan 2008).
. Article describing Indian American hotelier Sant Chatwal's gift of $51,000 to benefit tribal students in remote and inaccessible parts of India (NDTV.com, Oct 2008) hatwal turns philanthropist for tribals
Entrepreneur Finds a Home for Collection of Rare Chinese Artifacts. Article by Stephen G. Greene of the Chronicle of Philanthropy featuring California entrepreneur, Roland Tseng, who recently donated his collection of antique Chinese art worth $38 million to California State University at Northridge (Feb 19, 2004, vol. 16, p. 21).
For Chinese-Americans, Schools Earn the Prize. Article in New York Times about the Tang family and others who support education, art and social serive organizations in the US (2007).
Reversal of Fortune. Article about the American India Foundation fundraiser and the growing Indian American philanthropists in Boston area. (Boston Globe, Nov. 2008)
Science of Smart Giving. BusinessWeek article featuring several donors, including Coleman Fung, and the causes he supports.
Transforming Tragedy Through Philanthropy. Article featuring George Aratani, founder of Kenwood Electronics and Mikasa Chinaware, who actively supports institutions helping Japanese-Americans. Advancing Philanthropy, vol. 8 (July-August 2001): p. 28-30.
What Should South Asians Do With Their Wealth? posts on the Freakonomics blog about his discussion with six prospective donors. These donors have committed their personal resources - a collective sum of $2 million and they hope to raise more. These donors are not like other immigrants- they are not the working class poor and they don't settle into traditional neighborhoods. It is good to see that many are interested in giving in the U.S. and not overseas.