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Korean Immigrant Brings Positive Energy to Homeless Kids

The number of homeless children in the United States has steadily increased in recent years to an estimated 2.5 million. In the nation’s capital alone, it's estimated that more than 1,200 children are living in shelters or on the street.  One Korean immigrant has made it his mission to make a difference for some of these kids. Dong Kim shows up every day for a few hours at D.C. General, the largest homeless shelter in Washington. Outside, he brings rice balls and fruit, and fun...

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