In 2017, the Forbes Heroes of Philanthropy list revealed that out of the 40 philanthropists listed, only six are women.
In one of its publications, the Economist states that female philanthropists in Asia are falling behind their male counterparts.
So it seems that women philanthropists are still considered as rare gems, even more so in Asia, but this is about to change gradually as the latest Forbes’ list of the world’s self-made female billionaires revealed that out of the 56 women on the list, 29 came from Asia-Pacific.
With 15 of the newcomers, 13 hailed from China, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Japan.
With the expected surge of women philanthropists in Asia, there is no better time to find out what we can learn from them.
While most of them possess more than just a few shared values, the four chosen for this article have one thing in common – they made their own fortune.
This means they do not rely on existing family wealth or inheritance to be financially successful.
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