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Good Things: Hawaii donation, Young artist, Chocolate car

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Six Hawaii charities will benefit from a woman's kind heart. Ruth Clark Little was born in New Jersey, but moved to Hawaii in 1956. She passed away a year ago and left $5 million to six non-profit organizations, including the Hawaiian Humane Society, the Hawaii chapters of the Red Cross, the National Kidney Foundation, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, American Cancer Society and the Salvation Army. Each touched her life and they will get $825,000 each. Her will stated the money must stay in Hawaii.

He has the talent of some of the most renowned artists in the world and he's only 7 years old. Kieron Williamson is being hailed as a pint-sized Picasso, or mini-Monet. In November, he sold a collection of 16 paintings in just 14 minutes at an auction, earning close to $30,000. His atmospheric pastels, watercolors and oil paintings are valued up to $25,000 each and has a waiting list of hundreds.

Some people love chocolate. Others love fast cars. So how's about the best of both worlds? A life-size, dark chocolate replica of a car is on display at a chocolate theme park in Beijing. It took four tons of the sweet stuff, to make this car. Visitors to the park will also be able to see mini chocolate models of some of China's most famous tourist attractions.

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