“Where is Your Conscience?”

In August 2012, when a 70-year-old man fell on a street in Pudong New Area, China, after suffering an epileptic attack, a 28-year-old man named Mr. Jiang helped him, although an onlooker told him, “He may blackmail you by claiming you pushed him down!” This comment made Mr. Jiang angry, and he replied, “Where is your conscience?” According to Indo-Asian News Service (IANS), “Jiang turned the man over gently to lessen the danger of suffocation and supported the man’s head with his hands. He also checked if the man had any medicine for emergency use.” He stayed with the man until an ambulance arrived and then quietly left. The elderly man’s son, Gao, said about Mr. Jiang, “We will express gratitude for his good deeds.”

For More Information: “Good samaritan in China tracked down through internet.” IANS. 28 August 2012 <http://www.firstpost.com/fwire/good-samaritan-in-china-tracked-down-through-internet-434178.html&gt;. Also: “Good Samaritan located via Internet.” Shanghai Daily (China). 28 August 2012 <http://www.china.org.cn/china/2012-08/28/content_26354598.htm>.

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