Uncategorized — 30 October 2015 — by Albert J. Ciego
Chinese community assists city residents impacted by floods

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Oct. 29, 2015–The Chinese Community of Belize, led by the Belize Chinese Association chairman Edmund Kwan, assisted city residents impacted by the recent low weather system that passed over the country and caused widespread flooding and storm damages in the city, with over $15,000 worth of food and groceries.

Kwan told Amandala that packages containing groceries were taken to four different locations in the city, including the Gungulung area in Lake Independence, the Jane Usher Boulevard area, Antelope Street Extension, and Belama Phrase 4.

Kwan said that they (the Chinese) are a part of the community and the food distribution initiative is a way of assisting the people in the areas that were most impacted by the flood.

The donations were made on Saturday.

The chairman gives special thanks to members of the Chinese community who made donations or assisted in the food drive.

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