Caring act to aid Chinese schools


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  • Tuesday, 28 Jul 2015

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TWO elderly women in Port Dickson donated the proceeds from their sale of homemade blankets, baskets and vegetables they grew to Chinese independent schools, reported China Press.

Peng Xiang Hua, 80, and another woman, who only wanted to be known as Tan, brought their goods to be sold at the 101st anniversary celebration of Chung Hua Independent School on Sunday.

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