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Details emerge of Chinese rubbish collector who saved and raised 30 abandoned babies

2 August 2012


Lou Xiaoying is credited with saving the lives of dozens of abandoned babies

Details of the story of a Chinese rubbish collector who saved and raised 30 abandoned babies have emerged.

Lou Xiaoying, now 88, and her late husband Li Zin kept four of the children and passed the others onto friends and family.

One admirer of Lou's work commented: "She is shaming to governments, schools and people who stand by and do nothing. She has no money or power but she saved children" [Mail, 30 July]

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