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Xu Qianlin (1863-1952), known as Mao, known as Shengtang, clan name Yuanzhang, and old man Jianlu, was a famous philanthropist in modern China and a well-known social activist and patriot in Shanghai. In response to the growing phenomenon of human trafficking, in 1910, Xu Qianlin and Zhao Jinqing initiated the establishment of the China Relief Women and Children Association in Shanghai to provide relief and shelter for women and children who had been abducted to Shanghai.
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"Kindness and charity" has always been a highly regarded virtue in Chinese society, not only the state has long had a system of saving the famine and caring for the elderly and the young, but also charitable relief acts by individuals, clans, and religious groups have emerged one after another. Historically, civil forces have played an important role in disaster relief, especially after the middle of the Qing Dynasty, and even become the dominant force.
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