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^_^ ,i am a chinese and i just saw your topic, if you have ever been china ,esp the countrysides , you will know china is in poverty , but china has a large population ,if everyone can donate $1 to the victimes ,it will be a large number .

and chinese have a character of modest ,not show their wealth .

Hi Raymond :) I'm not sure which post title you saw that made you think of China. I have written that I'm disappointed with the amount of money that China gave to the recent tsunami victims. I didn't want people in the countryside to donate though. I was hoping that the Chinese government, which is spending billions on the Olympics, could find some more money than they did for the disaster victims.

I've never been to China but I've had a small number of Chinese friends here in America. I have always been impressed by their generosity and open hearts.

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