Morality Bank In China Rewards You For Good Deeds

Morality Bank In China Rewards You For Good Deeds

Mow the lawn and help an old woman cross the street for a free haircut, and get rewarded by this bank

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 12 august 2015

Run by a local authority, a ‘morality bank’ popping up in northeast China’s city of Yanji is rewarding good deeds in the form of redeemable points, with larger deeds warranting more points to be earned.

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