KCGI's Chinese international students were in the morning for three days from May 14 to 16 in order to help the victims of the Great Qinghai earthquake that occurred in April 2010 and to help the local reconstruction. From 9am to 6pm, street fundraising activities will be held in the Kyoto Tower neighborhood in Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto.Thank you for your cooperation.
About 15 KCGI Chinese students will participate in the activities.The goodwill received is donated to Yushu County, Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Province, Qinghai Province, China through the Japanese Red Cross Society.
According to reports, the earthquake that occurred on April 14th in Yushu County, 4000 meters above sea level in Qinghai, China, has a seismic intensity of 7.1.More than 2000 people were killed, 70 were missing, and more than 12000 were injured.Near the epicenter, more than 90% of the houses collapsed, causing serious damage to electricity and roads from the airport.15,000 private homes have collapsed and nearly 100,000 homes have been lost.
This time, Han Han and Kim Ying (leaders of Web Business Technology, Graduate School of Applied Information Technology, KCGI), who are leaders, said, “We are away from our homeland, but we cannot ignore the country. .Although the power of one person is limited, if everyone's power is combined, I think that I can surely help local people even a little.I would like to do my best with the people at the disaster site, ”he said.
Even with the kcg.edu group, which has strong ties with China through partnerships with many universities and international students / faculty members, we pray for the happiness of those who have died and are injured as soon as possible. It is as much as I sincerely hope for the recovery and local reconstruction.We will fully back up this fund-raising activity.