Sichuan Earthquake Update

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May 26th, 2008

Earthquake:dont know and do know

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Our hearts have been sadden and touched by the recent earthquake in China .
. . especiallly sad to have lost so many school children.

Attached is a power-point presenation that was sent to us a few days
following the quake by one of our professor friends at Nanjing University.
It shows the feeling there.

Just want to share it with you.  And thanks becky, my dear US teacher when I was in nanjing University, for the sharing. :)

6 Responses to “Earthquake:dont know and do know”

  1. Ken Young Says:
    May 26th, 2008 at 7:23 am

    I’d like to know:

    *Why the newer school buildings collapsed worse than the much older structures in the same area?

    Kickbacks again?!

    *Why most of PRC govt. officials’ kids studying abroad full-time & no jobs drive expensive European cars to schools?

    Where the money came from?

    Perhaps that prof. from Nanjing U. has the ans.

  2. catherine mariano Says:
    May 29th, 2008 at 11:36 am

    i feel very sad of evry1 when i saw the picture send by my husband to me……i ws in the office and i cant help but cry……especially as a mother with a child.i feel pity for the kids esp the children……u will alwys be in my prayer…….

    god bless ……….

  3. I was deeply touched and saddened by the Power Point presentation. Yes, it would be a tough time ahead for the Sichuan earthquake survivors, especially for the young ones. But then, to the earthquake survivors, please bear in mind that you have not only the world’s financial support, but also our moral and spiritual support. We are praying for your resilience and recovery from the trauma, the courage, strength and the hope to rebuild your bright future. We are bridging across religion boundaries in this issue. May blessings, luck and strength be with you. Never give up hopes. There is always rainbow after rain, there is always spring after winter, and you are not far from the destination. A bright future awaits you after you get over this hardship. Go on. Live on. The world prays for you.

    Best wishes.

    PS: Following the earthquake, I have written a blog post in my blog with the hope that the earthquake survivors can find their source of inspirations and will power. Hopefully, they can find their medicine for the hurt heart and soul.

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