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China: Good Englishman in Xian

Peter Barefoot from ChinaSMACK translated a local media's feature story of a British engineer, Tony, who founded the “Yellow River Soup Kitchen” in Xi’an in 2005 and has distributed food to the homeless people there regularly since then.

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  • Cleo

    How do you verify that they are homeless? Better that factories should offer social welfare to workers. Give the homeless jobs – make them make the soup and sell it so they earn their bowl -for their own good and for the longevity of the charity.

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