Da Ai Qing Che

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Da Ai Qing Chen(大爱清尘)
Origin
Wang Keqin, the founder of Da Ai Qing Chen, was a very famous journalist before 2011. In the middle of nineties, he got a chance to interview the coal miners working in Gansu province. At that time, he met the vice-supervisor – Lao Huang, who is responsible for supervising the coal mining, and Lao Huang was having a very serious dust lung (pneumoconiosis). He coughed all the time and sometimes he could not breathe at all. After a few years, Lao Huang died from the disease for not getting any single fresh air. Later, more cases went to Wang Keqin’s desk. Then he realized it is such a severe issue that there must be someone or some groups to help those hopeless people with the disease. Finally, he decided to help those helpless workers and established the charity group – Da Ai Qing Chen.
Brief Introduction
Dust lung (pneumoconiosis) is the most serious occupational disease in China. According to the statistics from the department of public health, nearly 90% of the occupational disease is dust lungs and the death rate is as high as 22%. Based on the research, in China, there are at least 6 million dust lung patients. Almost all of them are from lowest class. They do not have a penny to spend on hospital so to their data, currently China has at least six million peasants with the disease. In order to help those people, Da Ai Qing Chen was set up in order to help pay their hospital bills with the public donations. Everything happens for a reason, and so is the widely spread of Dust Lung in China. In recent years, no one can ignore the rocket-like booming economic development of China. Nearly all the economists and investors are talking about China nowadays. However, due to this rapid development, many constructions are held by either government or individuals because China is still a developing country anyway. Therefore, millions of…...

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