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The Perth Amboy St. Vincent dePaul Food Pantry conducted its annual backpack distribution Aug. 30. More than 200 boys and girls received back-to-school notepads, pens, pencils, assorted school supplies along with the backpacks. Pictured above are some of the recipients. For more than 10 years this program has provided needy children in Perth Amboy with back to school necessities. The backpacks and supplies are donated to the pantry, by various church groups and individuals. Some of the donors include, St. Andrew's Church in Avenel, St. Ambrose Church in Old Bridge, St. John Vianney Church in Colonia, St. Helena's Church in Edison, Bishop Ahr H.S. Edison, Most Holy Redeemer Church Old Bridge, St. Cecilia's Church Iselin, Queenship of Mary, Plainsboro, St. Francis Cathedral in Metuchen, and Our Lady of Victories Sayreville.
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Lei Lei, a.k.a. Ray Lei, 27, is one of the best-known animators in China. Unlike many other smart kids of his generation who graduated from China’s top universities, he went off the beaten path early in his career and never turned back. In a country where many artists chase the latest trends in the international art market, Lei Lei sets trends of his own. His early animation—made from hand drawings on school notepads, is autobiographical and rooted in his upbringing. He wears chunky glasses and a pork pie hat, talks like a rapper with a high pitched voice, and looks like a character who walked out of one of his animated shorts. His drawings are playful and childlike—qualities that tend to fade the further one progresses through China’s rigid education system. That he has managed to make a name for himself both on the domestic and global stages is proof that his passion is infectious.