Brandon-Lee was one of 50 young adults who were hired by a dubious recruitment agency to teach English in the East, but instead a few months later found themselves the subjects of a criminal investigation after their passports were confiscated because they didn’t have legitimate visas.
Brandon, who was diagnosed with Aspergers at the age of 16, was unable to work and earn money or have access to his much-needed medication for 2 months. But most tragically his step-dad suddenly passed away.

Desperate to get her stepson home, Hot Cares was contacted by Janet Bold for assistance. The Chinese government arranged for the group to return home and Hot Cares took the opportunity to make his home-coming truly special.
Hot Cares flew up his dad, step-mom and little brother Jayden to surprise him at O.R. Tambo International Airport upon his arrival from China.
Through the generosity of Gold Reef City, Brandon-Lee and his family enjoyed a one-night stay at the multi-award-winning Gold Reef City Theme Park Hotel, inclusive of breakfast at Barney’s Restaurant & Bar.
A special celebratory birthday dinner with the family at the famous Back Of The Moon Restaurant was arranged to celebrate the 21st birthday that Brandon-Lee spent in China.

Welcome Home Brandon-Lee

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