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It is characterised by a minimalism born of Japanese aesthetics. The circle may be open or closed. In the former case, the circle is incomplete, allowing for movement and development as well as the perfection of all things.
The economic growth across much of Asia comes with a troubling side effect: pollutants from the region are being wafted up to the stratosphere during monsoon season. The new finding, in a study led by scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, provides additional evidence of the global nature of air pollution and its effects far above Earth's surface. The international study is being published March 26 in Science Express.
Geneva Tien, from left, Alice Y. Three platters of juicy dumplings landed on the table as the donors, who gather once a year, sprinkled their strategizing with talk of dipping sauces. How will people understand the heart of Asian Americans unless we highlight their work? Then we find others.
Recent studies from the US, Europe and Asia have found a surge in the growth of giving circle membership. Not only that, our latest research from Asia supports those studies in suggesting that participation in a giving circle can help donors become more generous and strategic with their money and time, and positively change their attitude towards non-profits and philanthropy. Contemporary giving circles — self-organized groups of individuals who pool their donations and jointly decide which non-profits to fund — have their roots in much older collective philanthropy initiatives, such as Victorian soup kitchens in the UK and Rotary clubs in the US.
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Singapore-based Circles. Life has announced it will be launching in Taiwan and Australia as part of its plans to enter at least five new markets over the next 18 months. The expansion plans come after it closed a Series C round of financing led by Sequoia India.