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American Couple Rescue 4,000 Orphans in China (Part 2)

(Continued from Part 1) Tim Baker, whom the children lovingly call “Papa Tim,” adopted another child named Philip. He found Philip, who was suffering from...

American Couple Rescue 4,000 Orphans in China (Part 1)

In 1990, Tim Baker up and moved his family from the United States to China. Thirty years later, he has become affectionately known as “foreign dad” to 4,000 orphans,...

A Mother Abandoned Her Evil Thoughts and Her Son Escaped Death

A woman made pancakes every day. She always made one extra, which she left by the window so that hungry passers-by could take it...

World War II: The Person I Hate the Most Is the One Saving My Life

During World War II, a German concentration camp held nearly 1,000 British prisoners of war, and Roddick was among them. They had to endure...

2 Classic Stories

Unexpected acts of kindness can deeply affect those around us. Here are two classic stories about people who were touched by the kindness of...

Student-Led Nonprofit Contributes to Pandemic Relief, Raises Money for Underprivileged

Perhaps you’ve heard of Kumon or Mathnasium — there are over 100 locations of the former and 40 sites of the latter in the...

How Diligence and Kindness Shape Lives

The diligence of Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci was an outstanding painter in Italy during the European Renaissance. He loved painting from childhood, and his...

3 Uplifting Stories: Respecting Others

Respecting others is a mark of good character and builds a solid foundation for all our relationships. Respecting others Famous Japanese entrepreneur Kõnosuke Matsushita (1894-1989) once...

To Respect Others Is to Respect Yourself

A blogger in the hotel management industry shared an experience that is a valuable lesson for everyone. While applying for a job, the blogger went...

Exploring Chinese Idioms: Watering Melon Fields

In China, there is a popular saying that goes like this: “Irrigating the neighboring state’s melon fields” or simply “Watering melon fields.” This Chinese...

5 Dollars Changed the Fate of Two People

Bernie worked for a law firm in the United States. He took on many immigrants’ cases and was frequently called late at night to...

China’s Children Left Behind by Climate Change and Urbanisation

A UNSW report considers China’s children affected by migration and climate change, and the necessary social policy reforms required to protect their rights. The...

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