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China / American-based Charities #982940

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 18, 2010
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Beijing: Celia Hatton) The role of Wokai, a microfinance charity in China run by American Casey Wilson, in helping the poorer people of China, featured; details given about how Wokai matches Chinese entrepreneur donors with those in need and about The Library Project that funds books for rural and suburban schools. [Mongolian farmer HA Si Gao Wa†- {thru reporter's translation} comments.] [ WILSON, The Library Project director Tom STRADER†- comment on the charitable projects.]

Mason, Anthony;
Hatton, Celia

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