Chinese MBAs: The Kindness of Strangers

Until recently, most charity was reserved for family and friends. Now, B-school students are acquiring a gift for giving

Inner Mongolia, for most Chinese, is nothing but sheep. The woolly animals represent this northern province in nearly any photograph of its vast grasslands. For Song Qi and six of her classmates at Shanghai's China Europe International Business School, however, these sheep mean more than just scenery -- about $100 million more.

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