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Monday, September 16, 2013

China Aid Association
September 16, 2013

Editor's note: In the original story by CBS 7 News, mentions of Pardo refer to Polo Park Estates community manager Judy Pardo.


Photo courtesy of CBS 7 News
On Saturday, Bob Fu, founder and president of China Aid Association, visited Polo Park Estates, a retirement community in Midland, Texas to share information about the Chinese culture with seniors as part of an enrichment program administered by the retirement community. The goal of the program is to "create enrichment, and to keep them engaged in the current events in the culture we live in, and experience other peoples culture as well," Judy Pardo, community manager said.


Local news station CBS 7 News covered the story, which can be viewed at http://www.cbs7kosa.com/news/details.asp?ID=48735.



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"Bob Fu has dedicated his life to bringing freedom of religion to the Chinese people. His story is a testimony to the power of faith and an inspiration to people struggling to break free from oppression."
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