Northern Echo story about Hartlepool engineer hailed local hero in China preserved for posterity (From Darlington and Stockton Times)
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Northern Echo story about Hartlepool engineer hailed local hero in China preserved for posterity
2:05pm Wednesday 20th March 2013 in News
A story in The Northern Echo about Hartlepool engineer, John Johnson, who has been hailed a local hero in China for his charity work, is to be preserved for posterity in a Chinese museum.
The story, which appeared in Monday’s edition, is to be included in the museum of the Daily Suzhou, the newspaper which published the original article.
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