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Kheng Ly lead Chinese communities to donate to Quebec flood victims

Brivia Group of Kheng Ly and partners again shows its principle of "giving back" to the society and communities and its vision of "giving help" to those in need.

This year, spring comes brutally with a major flood, which even prompts state of emergency and help from the army. The flood has affected more than 260 municipalities. More than 550 streets are disrupted. More than 5260 residences are touched and some four thousand persons are evacuated.

Seeing Quebecer compatriots going through this difficult moment, Kheng Ly decided to mobilize Montreal's Chinese communities to fundraise then give it all to the Canadian Red Cross to help the victims. Within a few days only, Kheng Ly was able to gather many Chinese communities of Montreal and a few local businesses to share their sympathy and support.

YUL Condominiums immediately opened an online donation page with the collaboration of Canadian Red Cross. With the participation of Chao Chow Association of Quebec, Canadian Chinese Cambodian Association, Senior Chinese Association, Gansu Compatriots Association, Montreal Chinese Service Centre, Montreal Chinese Support Centre, Canadian Chinese Entrepreneurs Council, Jiuding Club, Montreal Chinese Lions Club and Cambodian-Canadian Chamber of Commerce, YUL Condoniums held a fundraising cocktail on May 19, where more than 120 participants took their precious time to come to give a donation. Mayor of heavily-flood-affected Pierrefonds, Mr. Dimitrios Jim Beis, and Deputy Consul General of China in Montreal, Ms Bian Zhichun, along with many Montreal Chinese communities leaders were among those who came to support this heart-warming fundraising event.

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Chao Chow Association of Quebec and Canadian Cambodian Chinese Association have collected some $13,200. Members of Senior Chineses Association generously gave $4,140, while Montreal Chinese Lions Club donated $3,000. On site donation totalized some $30,000 while Red Cross-YUL online donation page collected $5,120 as of May 22. YUL Condominiums of Brivia Group and Tianqing Group and partners will double the total donation number as of May 25.

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"We are all Quebecers. The heart of YUL Condominiums and Montreal Chinese Communities are with the flood victims. We simply do our part as a Quebecer to help give some relief to our compatriots victims of the flood", said Mr. Kheng Ly. Mayor Jim Beis and Vice Consul General Bian also praised the generous contribution of Montreal Chinese communities to help all victims of this catastrophe in Quebec.  

Mr. Ly would also like to highlight generous collaborators like East PanAsiatique Restaurant, Charles Lefebre, ViniPassion and Kostar for their appreciated support for this heartening fundraising activity, and to especially thank YUL and Brivia team who made the event possible.

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