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[Movie Release] How are you now, dear children?

2008-07-02 13:37:02 by ttback

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"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 these 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 done 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!

[Movie Release] How are you now, dear children?


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2008-07-02 19:23:23

And so they shall... Every life is precious. God bless you.
-Matt from the US.


2008-07-03 14:24:14

I loved it so much that I showed it to my mom who was here. She says your work is truly amazing. IT WAS CUTE, BUT VERY,VERY,VERY sad.


2008-07-03 14:39:57

It touched my very hart and soul. Thank you for not making me forget there are people in need. Peace - Woodswolf


2008-07-06 01:00:10

i just wanna applaude you for your responses to the negative reviews tht people gave you tht truly shows you made this to reflect the tragedy of this terrible event and not to gain fame on newgrounds this website need more pieces like this and once again keep up the great work


2008-07-06 05:37:01



2008-07-06 12:14:02

Sorry that I couldn't write Chinese on my computer. But thanks a lot for making this flash. Thank goodness my family is safe in SiChuan, but I feel too sad about the rest of the area. Hope there is relief soon.
Thanks again.

Sun Yue, Cincinnati, OH