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  • ‘Morality bank’ in China rewards good deeds
  • ‘Morality bank’ in China rewards good deeds
    Bill Benzon (2012) ©
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‘Morality bank’ in China rewards good deeds

‘One good deed a day’ might be a popular mantra, but now it could reward you with more than contentment. In Yanji, China, a ‘morality bank’ has popped up, rewarding people with free services in exchange for doing something positive in the community. But how does it work?

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