Undercover▼ Angel 臥底天使 The rich and famous lend a helping hand to those in need. 富人名流對生活困難的人伸出援手。
Imagine what would happen if a billionaire▼ from Boston is left in a distant, poor Ugandan village with no running water or bathroom. Surprisingly, he gets to work and uses his problem-solving skills and money to improve the lives of the poor villagers. National Geographic Channel's (NGC) Undercover Angel is a ten-part special that follows some of the world's richest people as they go undercover and exchange their mansions▼for huts▼. This groundbreaking▼ show has the wealthy coming face to face with the realities of poverty. The "Angels" come from Australia, South Africa, the UK, and other First World countries. The fancy life they are used to is taken away, and they are thrown into some of the poorest places on the planet, such as Cambodia, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Rather than handing over large amounts of cash, they use their know-how▼ and business backgrounds to create long-term changes. These efforts greatly improve the communities▼ they visit. The angels start projects that provide clean water, learning centers, and much more. To find out more about the challenges they face, check out the touching Undercover Angel this month on NGC.