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How Are You Now?

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Jul 2, 2008 | 12:12 PM EDT

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***Wow, a daily second place! This is so exciting! THANK YOU guys, we thank you for all of your support and prayers for the Earthquake victims. May peace, love and friendship bless all of you.

"How are you now, dear children" is a short Sichuan Earthquake Relief Flash movie, in dedication to those victims of the tragedy. It was created exactly one month after the Earthquake.

As of June 23rd, 2008, 69,185 people are confirmed dead, 374,171 injured and 18,467 listed as missing. The earthquake left about 4.8 million people homeless.

We as Chinese Flashers, want to present you our work to remember the victims of this natural disaster and perhaps raise more awareness in the Western community about our troubled motherland. For peace, love and friendship, we ask everyone to take a few minutes off their busy lives to watch our movie and pray the best for all of the people involved in this disaster.

The movie was finished in Chinese, and then we added English subtitles for the Western audience to understand the context. Enjoy.

Our most immediate goal is to reach out to as many people as possible, so please do not worry too much about our distribution rights, we really want as many people distributing this movie as possible.

The last but not the least, a BIG thank you for everyone who takes time to read this and watch our movie! Thank you!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

How sad?

It was touching. I had tears in my eyes. T_T


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really touch

I have to say, this is a very well-exucuted movie, it manage to delever the feel and story to audience and touch audience in the heart.

Great job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


really made me think about it, just because it didnt happen in the us doesn't mean it should just be forgotten. thx for reminding me and alot of people about it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


it made me cry!!!!!!!!!!!
OMG i luv this


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brings back memories...

:( I was in China when this happened. I was actually suppose to be going to cheng du the weekend after it but the trip was canceled. Seeing the aftermath on TV made me cry. I love this though it brings so much feeling into this tragedy, and how the people of china really banded together to help each other. Really great work!

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