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FORBES ASIA SPOTLIGHTS PHILANTHROPISTS MAKING AN IMPACT ACROSS ASIA-PACIFIC AMIDST THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS

Ecosystem Building | Mar 5, 2009

DOING GOOD IN BAD TIMES – Singapore, 5 March 2009 – Forbes Asia has announced its second annual Heroes of Philanthropy list which shines the spotlight on those with altruistic passions. Forty eight leading givers, four each from 12 markets across the Asia-Pacific region, were honored this year.

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