Going to Sichuan

Temple City resident Zhou De Zhao keeps a list of funds donated by Sichuanese immigrants for the earthquake victims.  He is returning to Sichuan on Friday to care for his elderly mother.  “Sichuan people help one another,” Zhou said. “It's why after the earthquake, taxi drivers volunteered to transport the injured, students went to give blood and people asked to be dispatched to the rescue areas. I’m going to go there and bring the support of the Sichuanese people in Los Angeles.”
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( Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times )

Temple City resident Zhou De Zhao keeps a list of funds donated by Sichuanese immigrants for the earthquake victims. He is returning to Sichuan on Friday to care for his elderly mother. “Sichuan people help one another,” Zhou said. “It's why after the earthquake, taxi drivers volunteered to transport the injured, students went to give blood and people asked to be dispatched to the rescue areas. I’m going to go there and bring the support of the Sichuanese people in Los Angeles.”

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