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Jimmy Cheng (R) dressed as Spider Man, and his consumers fans pose for a photograph.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
While the world suffers and struggles to survive the pandemic, a few good people walk against the shores and find solace in helping those in need even if they need help themselves.
Jimmy Cheng is one of them.
Jimmy Cheng is a local restaurant owner in Taipei who prepares food with his wife for those people who are working in the health care sector.
Jimmy donates lunch boxes to medical staffers at the National Taiwan University Hospital in Taipei.
He donates the food for medical staff working in the city, spreading hope and unity and also as a sign of appreciation for their undying effort.
The icing on the cake is how he dresses up as Marvel’s superhero Spiderman while he donates these food boxes.
Jimmy Cheng (R), a local restaurant owner, prepares lunch boxes with his wife.
As if to say this is what real superheroes do.
A true inspiration for u all to do our own bit to support healthcare workers.
This world needs more superhero’s like Jimmy Cheng.
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