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Chen Guangbiao offers free lunch and cash to U.S. poor

  // Wednesday, 18 June 2014 02:56 //
Chen Guangbiao on the roof of new cars he bought in 2012 for Chinese people whose Japanese cars were destroyed in anti-Japan protests.
Chen Guangbiao on the roof of new cars he bought in 2012 for Chinese people whose Japanese cars were destroyed in anti-Japan protests.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Controversial millionaire Chen Guangbiao is known for theatrical philanthropic stunts
  • His latest antic: Inviting poor people in the U.S. to a free lunch and promising cash handouts
  • Chen hopes to foster better U.S.
  • -China ties

Hong Kong (CNN) -- Eccentric Chinese tycoon Chen Guangbiao took out a full-page bilingual advertisement in the New York Times, inviting underprivileged Americans to a charity lunch and offering cash handouts.

According to Chinese media reports, the ad appeared in the New York Times print edition on Monday, announcing that Chen would host a charity luncheon at New York Central Park's Loeb Boathouse on June 25 for 1,000 "poor and destitute Americans".

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