A BRITISH clergyman has been found passed in China after being struck down by a puzzling illness.
Christopher Duffield from Cardiff in Wales, flew to a other side of a universe to follow his dreams of training English in Chongqing, in March.
However, a 27-year-old clergyman fell ill with flu-like symptoms in late Aug and was certified to hospital.
Despite his condition improving, Christopher was found passed in his prosaic on Thursday.
Best friend, Hilary Nisbet said: “Christopher became unequivocally ill with a with influenza and illness 3 weeks ago.
“He went to a sanatorium to be treated around dual weeks after this happened and was released.
“Although he told his family final week on Thursday he was feeling better, he was found passed in his prosaic on Friday morning.”
The family were after told it was going to cost an estimated £20,000 to fly a clergyman behind home to a UK.
Hilary, who launched a GoFundMe to try and assistance Christopher’s family with a costs, said: “Everyone is unequivocally shocked.
“They have told a family that a estimated costs to move him home are between £15,000-£20,000 that a family have to cover, so a GoFundMe page is for everybody else to support them with this payment.
“They will accept a £5,000 practice payment, and a word will cover some Chinese illnesses and a volume they will get behind depends on that one it is.”
She combined that for now, a family will have to “pay out all upfront and anything they can explain behind will take adult to 12 weeks.”
Hilary added: “His friends and family remember him good for his adore for chicken, he would frequently eat during Nando’s and prepare fry duck whenever possible. Never has a male been so vehement about chicken!
“He even had a duck shawl he would wear during Christmas time. Whenever his friends were hungover during University he would come turn to see us in a morning with orange juice, coconut H2O and duck and helper everybody behind to health.
“The positivity and support has been strenuous since Chris had such an implausible impact on everybody he met.
“He was always kind and humorous and always peaceful to try something new.
“He was also diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome when he was flourishing adult though it never stopped him from achieving so most and creation so many smashing connectors with everybody he met.”
A orator for a Foreign Office told The Sun: ““We are ancillary a family of a British male following his genocide in Chongqing, and are in hit with a Chinese authorities.”
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