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Cai Shun, a native of Runan, Han Dynasty, lost his father as a teenager, and his mother was very filial. At that time, it was Wang Mang's rebellion, and there was a famine, and he stayed to collect mulberries to fill his hunger, and one day, he happened to meet the Chimei army, and the rebel native soldiers asked sharply: "Why did you separate the red mulberry and the black mulberry in two baskets" Cha Shun replied "Black mulberries for the old mother to eat, red mulberries left for himself" Chimei Jun took pity on his filial piety and gave him two buckets of white rice and a cow, and Cai Shun brought the rice cow back to provide for his mother.
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