[OSList] OSList Digest, Vol 88, Issue 17
ch.hulu at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 09:48:53 PDT 2018
Greeting from Hulu. The organisation I worked in Beijing, Shining Stone Community Action, have been doing lots of open space in Beijing and all around China. I can connect you with them if that helps.
P.S I’m going to WOSonOS in Iceland with the president of SSCA this October. So if you happen to go, we can meet there. :)
> On 26 Aug 2018, at 23:25, christopher macrae via OSList <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> wrote:
> hi if there are any people on this list in china - it would be great to hear from you; my family's foundation Norman Macrae : Books & Surveys at The Economist is helping to organise a week long dialogue with a professor from china's top servant leader university tsinghua - i am confident she would like to know more about open space movements linking beijing and other regions
> Norman Macrae : Books & Surveys at The Economist
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> ps recently a china expert was asked what if any role does china like international ngos play - the answer work in one locality on a sustainnable solution that could be replicated- the government likes to be involved in the scaling up but understands ngos are best at concept development - this makes sense to me- my experience is that system changing concept development takes many years. i wish it wasnt so but there are extremely few cases i have come across where a solution scaled across communities without many years of work in the first community-thats partly because in the west we live in a world where mass media (my analytic profession over 40 year now ) is so fake
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