Chinese billionaire's song for the poor

Updated: 2011-09-26 15:21


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Chinese billionaire's song for the poor

Entrepreneur and high-profile philanthropist Chen Guangbiao sings during his solo concert in Bijie, Southwest China's Guizhou province, Sept 25, 2011. Chen, from East China's Jiangsu province, announced during the concert that he was giving away 1,000 goats, 2,000 pigs and 113 farming machines to local financially strapped families. He has dedicated himself to charity work over the last ten years and donated more than 810 million yuan ($125 million), which earned him the title of "philanthropist-in-chief" of China. [Photo/CFP]

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