AmCham China has started drafting the 2024 Social Impact Reports, and you are invited to submit your corporate best practices demonstrating that your company's sustainabilility and social endeavors in China!


Since 2021, AmCham China has published six Social Impact Reports (click to see the full bilingual reports) covering various topics that are core to China's development goals. The reports incorporated case studies from our members, highlighting companies' contributions to facilitating public-private partnerships in tackling social and economic challenges in China. The report has been delivered to the Chinese government, think tanks, and international organizations and has received positive feedback from readers widely.


  1. The case studies need to be related to one of the three themes of our Social Impact Initiative this year: Green Development, Rural Revitalization and Digital Economy.
  2. The case studies need to be the ones that have never been submitted to previous Social Impact Reports.
  3. The CSR/ESG projects included in the case studies should be done in China within 5 years or are ongoing projects.
  4. Each company is encouraged to submit up to 3 cases with 1-2 pictures of each project. The description of all of the projects should be both Chinese (maximum 2500 words) and English (maximum 3000 words). Please also include a one-paragraph introduction of your company at the end.
  5. Please email your case studies in Word Doc to Yuning Xu at yxu@amchamchina.org before 5 PM, June 24, 2024.

If you have any questions, please contact Yuning Xu at yxu@amchamchina.org / (8610)8519-0854.


  • The opportunity is only open to AmCham China's member companies.
  • Due to the page limit, it is not guaranteed that all submitted cases will be selected for the final report this year.

Social Impact Initiative:

AmCham China launched the Social Impact Initiative in July 2020, aiming to establish a collaborative platform including stakeholders such as government bodies, domestic and foreign enterprises, international organizations, think tanks, and so on. By organizing thematic seminars, summits, and producing reports, the program shares best practices to inspire corporate social responsibility, encouraging multinational enterprises to play a more proactive role in China's social and economic development. Upholding the principles of sharing, contributing, cooperating, and win-win outcomes, the Social Impact Initiative will continue to focus on three areas in 2024: rural revitalization, the digital economy, and sustainable development. We welcome member companies, government agencies, NGOs, academic institutions, and industry associations to join us on our journey of social impact.