Eight residents in East China’s Anhui province were among 109 role models nationwide who made May’s list of Chinese Good Samaritans, Anhui Daily reported Tuesday.
They are listed as follows:
Chen Jiawei, a student at Anhui University who died of sudden illness and donated his organs to save five people’s life;
Wang Xunzhou, a cerebral palsy sufferer in Huangshan city who started a rehabilitation facility and has helped more than 100 children with cerebral palsy recover over the past seven years;
Liu Shiheng, a government official in Suzhou city who launched livelihood projects and raised a fund of 70,000 yuan ($10,929) to reduce poverty in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region where he worked as a dispatched cadre;
Ge Haoxin, a resident in Fuyang city who has volunteered to fund over 100 poverty-stricken students and made donations worth 2 million yuan over the past decade;
Zheng Aimei, a township head in Hefei city who died at his post after 13 years of hard work in rural areas;
Wang Xiancai, a resident in Wuhu city who has raised 1.7 million-yuan funds to help 700-odd poor students over the past decade;
Deng Lei, a policeman in Huainan city who cracked 600-plus criminal cases in 13 years and had his method of pursuing fugitives promoted nationwide;
Wang Shiben, a rural resident in Tongling city who opened a free library and has run it for seven years.