Breeze gives hope to Tainan quake survivor

The China Post
Date: February 18, 2017
By: The China Post news staff

The Breeze Charity Foundation has stepped up its support for emergency relief programs, with the

Breeze Charity Foundation CEO Chen Mei-ting gives a donation to Hung Chia-yi to cover his child care expenses and the cost of an educational trip to Japan, as his wife looks on. (Photo courtesy of Breeze Charity Foundation)

shopping giant’s corporate social responsibility arm providing help to those hit by natural disasters as well as to underprivileged groups.

Breeze Group Chairman Henry Liao, for instance, donated NT$5 million to the Tainan City Government immediately after a devastating earthquake struck the southern city in February 2016, claiming 117 lives.

A few days ago, the foundation’s chief executive officer, Chen Mei-ting, paid a visit to the most seriously injured survivor, Hung Chia-yi, and his wife in Tainan to check on their condition and learn of their plans for the future.

To ease the burden on Hung’s family, the foundation has covered all care-taking expenses for his 1-year-old son.

Learning Japanese

Encouraged by his wife, Hung — after being discharged from the hospital — started learning Japanese from a Japanese student studying at National Cheng Kung University.    [FULL  STORY]

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