FEATURE: Tokyo money transmitter helped stranded Vietnamese amid pandemic

A Tokyo-based money transfer company has spent much of the year supporting Vietnamese stranded in Japan without jobs due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Yuichiro Kimoto, president of Unidos Co., sent food to Vietnamese in need and shouldered the rent of a shelter for people from Vietnam who lost their homes in Japan. He did so because he knows what it is like to be on the receiving end of support, having worked for a number of years in Brazil before launching the money transfer service Kyodai Remittance in Japan. “As I was supported by many people in Brazil and now I am working with and doi…

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