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Post time 2012-7-31 08:32:23 |Display all floors
Cui Yongyuan, a famous anchorman from China Central Television, treated 154 migrant workers to dinner on Monday evening to show respect for their heroic behavior in rescuing about 200 people trapped in a torrential downpour.

All invited migrant workers, who work for a water treatment factory in the Fengtai district of Beijing, raced against time to transfer people stranded by floodwaters on an expressway when the heaviest rainfall in 61 years lashed Beijing on July 21.

Cui toasted all the migrant workers who sat at 18 tables. He paid 14,400 yuan ($2,250) for the dinner, which was held in the Jingxi Nangong Hotel, a restaurant in Fengtai, 10 minutes drive from the workers' residence.

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Post time 2012-7-31 23:57:07 |Display all floors
cheap way of advertisment.
the best way is to do good things and dont show off,

if you show to the world, that will show off you but that may embarce the benifeciary of your good deeds.

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Post time 2012-8-1 09:23:26 |Display all floors
This should have been organic, where the migrant workers can sit at the same coffee table as the white collars, this promotion is good because it's obvious that most of these city folks in China have no concept of coexistence which is really shameful because it shows their ignorance and lack of exposure as well.

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Post time 2012-8-1 17:48:52 |Display all floors
I think it would be better if Cui give each of them some money.

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