Alliance interviewed AVPN’s Doug Miller and Simon Chadwick on their perspectives on shifting trends in Asian philanthropy. Visit the Alliance site here.Full article can be downloaded here. Bringing together both ends of the spectrum in Asia A major philanthropic shift is under way in Asia. The growing numbers of newly wealthy are seeking more effective ways to create positive social change. Meanwhile, a major intergenerational transfer of wealth is occurring as many founders retire in favour of the next generation, who are often both highly educated and civic minded. Asia has a long philanthropic tradition of funding schools, hospitals and religious organizations. Now these trends are paving the way for new thinking about how to do philanthropy.