A Grassroots Chinatown Group Looks Out For Its Seniors

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“On a recent afternoon, 75-year-old Liandi Cai was sitting in her home in Lincoln Heights, when she was startled by a loud noise in her yard. Something had landed there, but she didn’t know what. “It’s coronavirus!” she exclaimed.

Actually, it was a package of supplies, including a roll of paper towels, a bottle of hand sanitizer, bars of soap and a bag of jasmine rice. It had been thrown over the gate by two volunteers”


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