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Heartwarming, M’sian father and daughter invites hungry vagrant to dine with them

The father saw the man and asked if he was hungry. When the vagrant nodded, the father invited him to sit with them and ordered him a meal

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Malaysia – A Facebook post of the touching gesture of a father and daughter in Malaysia is making its rounds on social media and garnering much respect and praise from netizens.

On May 19, Willy Chong posted on Facebook a photo he captured while eating at a Bak Kut Teh shop in Malaysia. The photo featured a father and daughter having a meal with a stranger.

Mr Chong shared how he was touched with what the family did.

“This Indian brother in green is a vagrant,” he wrote. “He stood at the entrance of this Bak Kut Teh shop and stared as he rubbed his stomach.”

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The father saw the man and asked if he was hungry. When the vagrant nodded, the father invited him to sit with them and ordered him a meal.

“More importantly, the little girl did not avoid the old vagrant, but insisted that her father give him a cup of Chinese tea,” said Mr Chong in admiration.

“There is compassion in this world. I want to commend this father and daughter. This father is such a role model. This is the right way of bringing up a child. Malaysia is a multi-racial nation. It doesn’t matter what race you are, everyone can co-exist in harmony. This is how Malaysia can progress,” he wrote.

To date, the post has garnered over 44,000 reactions, 1,700 comments, and 7,100 shares. Many netizens praised the man and his daughter for their compassion, which is a respectable example for the world.

今天自己亲眼目睹感人一幕,青衣的印度同胞是一名流浪汉,站在这家肉骨茶门口看着看着,一直抚摸肚子红衣服这位大哥看到了,就问是否肚子饿流浪汉点头,华人大哥就邀请他一起坐下点了食物给这位流浪汉印度同胞。#重点是小女孩没嫌弃这位老流浪汉,…

Posted by Willy Chong on Saturday, 18 May 2019

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