A scene from the video showing the owner of a little restaurant in Nanchang, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, helping a sanitation worker to heat their meal. [jxnews.com.cn]
A video showing the owner of a little restaurant in Nanchang, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, helping a sanitation worker on a cold winter night has spread across the Internet recently.
In the video, the sanitation worker holds a bowl of cold rice, walks into a small canteen and asks the owner to help her heat the meal. The owner not only helped the worker without hesitation but also offered her another dish and a seat in the warm restaurant, which touched many people.
Although what happened in the video was a social test for a TV program, many people gave praise to the owner and also shared their own stories of helping cleaners who work hard and make cities clean and beautiful.
In addition, many other good people in Nanchang and their good deeds also emerged.
On the afternoon of March 6, two pupils accidently found 50,000 yuan (U.S.$ 7,239) on a local street. They immediately called their parents and police to contact the owner.
Thanks to the two little girls' help, the owner soon got the money back and showed deep gratitude to them at their school.
Moreover, on March 13, a car on the local Bayi Street hit a drunken man in the rain. A policeman has held an umbrella over the injured man until the ambulance arrived, regardless of his own body being exposed to the rain.
Local people and officials appealed to all citizens to learn from these models and do good as much as possible.
Two pupils hold the silk banners that were sent by the owner who lost 50,000 yuan (U.S.$ 7,239). [jxnews.com.cn]
A policeman holds an umbrella for an injured man. [jxnews.com.cn]
(Provided by Jiangxi Women's Federation)
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