Four university students helped an elderly man down a mountain in eastern China and later discovered he was a businessman and intended to provide job opportunities to their place of study, mainland media reports. The four junior students supported the man down the slopes after coming across an elderly couple as they were descending Huangshan in Anhui province earlier this month, the Wanjiang Evening News reported. Australian rescued after he got lost on mountain in China The woman asked the four if they could help her husband down the mountain as he could no longer walk on his own and was too tired to go any further. She said the couple took the cable car up the mountain but her husband had wanted to walk down. It took the group more than two hours to reach the foot of mountain foot, with two students on either side of the man as they helped him. Jiang Suhua, one of the students, said they happily agreed to help and refused money the couple offered them, but exchanged their contact details at the man’s insistence. Chinese Good Samaritan rescues 10 women and children with paddleboard after bus stranded by floods Jiang told the man he was a student at the Anhui University of Technology and the man came to the university on Saturday to thank them. The man is the chairman of an enterprise in Zhejiang province that is involved in a wide range of industries and intends to provide internships and employment opportunities to students of the university to express his gratitude, the report said.