One common question we hear at The China NGO Project is, “Okay, so China has different registration requirements for foreign and domestic NGOs . . . but how is that different from how [insert country name here] regulates them?” Using the Hong Kong and the United States as points of comparison, contributors Vincent Chong and Anita Venanzi take on the question of what makes China’s NGO regulatory structure so different from those in place elsewhere.
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