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China raises fund to help disable
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Souknilundon Southivongnorath

 

Beijing, China – China Ministry of Foreign Affairs set up a charity event last Saturday in Beijing to raise fund for disable people.

 

It was the International Charity Sale for Persons with Disabilities ‘Love Knows No Border’ to raise fund by set up booths from 69 countries around the world, International Organisations and local business to help relief people in Gansu province.

 

According to the ceremony reported that the similar event was help in Olympic park in Beijing and raised fund about two million Yuan (almost US$300,000), then the fund were sent to build schools and help disable people in rural area of Yunnan province.

 

This event will continue to raise the fund and help to relief the disable people and those people who were impact from natural disaster in the province.

 

The event open for one day featured various local food and products from 69 countries in particularly the performance of disable people coming from different places in China to sing and dance. There were thousands local people visited booths there to see various products and taste different foods during the day.

 

Lao Embassy also a part to participate the charity event to raise fund for those people. Those diplomatic staff has displayed Lao handicraft including textile, silk, wood carving, coffee and gift, which were interested among local visitors during the event.

 

Lao Ambassador to Beijing Mr Somdy Bounkhoum said that so many Chinese and foreign visitors interested in Lao products, any fund raising from sell those products will bring to help those people due to good relationship between Laos and China.

 

He added that this is the other step that we have opportunity to promote Lao products in a foreign country.

 

Souknilundon is a Lao journalist working at the China Forum of Environmental Journalists under an exchange programme supported by the Norwegian government.

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