“ My dearest child, if you are  able to survive, you must  remember that I love you ” A slideshow for UNICEF China Designe...
When the rescue team discovered her, she was already dead. She was crushed by the house that collapsed. Through the debris...
She was kneeling, with her whole body in a forward position, using her hands to support her body. It is somewhat similar t...
The rescue worker squeezed his hand through all the debris just to confirm that she's dead. He shouted a few times, using ...
When the crowd walked to the next building, the team leader suddenly ran back again, shouting, " come quickly !!! &qu...
He came to her dead body, and used  all his might to feel under the woman's body. He seems to have felt something... then ...
" there's someone, there's  a child, still alive "
After some struggle, the team and volunteers helped to clear all the debris apart, and took out her child from under her b...
Because of his mother's protection, he was completely unscathed. When they carried him out, he was still sleeping peaceful...
He read the screen and found that it wrote the following, all entered in the phone.
" My dearest child, if  you are able to survive,  you must remember  that I love you "
The doctor who has experienced many births and deaths in life through his career, cried too at this moment. The phone was ...
As death tolls continues to rise, the Chinese government continues to expand an already massive emergency response effort ...
With the help of contributions from the public,  UNICEF assistance has started to arrive in the  affected area.
UNICEF is supporting the Government relief  effort by helping to provide 900 tents 15,000  blankets and 60,000 school kits.
Provision of health and water and  sanitation goods will follow soon.
Thousands of children are  in need of help from you Donate Spread
UNICEF China homepage (Chinese) http:// www.unicef.org/china/zh /
UNICEF China donate page (Chinese) http://tinyurl.com/4jutk2
UNICEF UK donate page http://tinyurl.com/4s3q83
UNICEF Canada   donate page http://tinyurl.com/3h38tc
Join our group on  Facebook.com: Help UNICEF help Children in  the SICHUAN EARTHQUAKE http://tinyurl.com/6h2e5s
Join our group on  Flickr.com: China EarthQuake Victims http://tinyurl.com/6pfusw
Join our group on  Slideshare.net: China Earthquake http://tinyurl.com/4kdmve
Source:  Xinhua Internet Discussion Forum and UNICEF China
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If You Are Able To Survive You Must Remember That I Love You

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This slideshow is for UNICEF China’s new donation campaign for China Earthquake. The
part one (Slide 1 to slide 12) is a real story about a great mother.

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  • Very moving story! Donation to UNICEF duly made. Oliver, you continue to do a sterling job in raising the profile of these tragedies - congratulations and heartfelt thanks from many of us! Graham
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  • Hi Oliver, a huge thanks for helping us respond to this terrible tragedy by putting this very creative and moving presentation together! Really appreciate your initiative & passion to help the children.

    We're continually updating our UNICEF China website with the latest situation of the children affected by the Sichuan Earthquake:

    http://www.unicef.org/china/ (English)

    http://www.unicef.org/china/zh/ (Chinese)

    Thanks everyone for your support!
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  • Thanks every one, it is not a hoax, it is a real story. I saw a picture on Flickr and then created this slideshow.

    Source - Flickr (picture with English description):
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/26599733@N04/2496870006/in/pool-chinaquakesupport08

    Source - Chinese original news:
    http://gschangqibiao.home.news.cn/blog/a/01010002B81D02E84AF47FFA.html

    抢救人员发现她的时候,她已经死了,是被垮塌下来的房子压死的,透过那一堆废墟的间隙可以看到她死亡的姿势,双膝跪着,整个上身向前匍匐着,双手扶着地支撑着身体,有些像古人行跪拜礼,只是身体被压的变形了,看上去有些诡异。

    救援人员从废墟的空隙伸手进去确认了她已经死亡,又在冲着废墟喊了几声,用撬棍在在砖头上敲了几下,里面没有任何回应。当人群走到下一个建筑物的时候,救援队长忽然往回跑,边跑变喊“快过来”。他又来到她的尸体前,费力的把手伸进女人的身子底下摸索,他摸了几下高声的喊“有人,有个孩子,还活着”。

    经过一番努力,人们小心的把挡着她的废墟清理开,在她的身体下面躺着她的孩子,包在一个红色带黄花的小被子里,大概有3、4个月大,因为母亲身体庇护着,他毫发未伤,抱出来的时候,他还安静的睡着,他熟睡的脸让所有在场的人感到很温暖。随行的医生过来解开被子准备做些检查,发现有一部手机塞在被子里,医生下意识的看了下手机屏幕,发现屏幕上是一条已经写好的短信“亲爱的宝贝,如果你能活着,一定要记住我爱你”,看惯了生离死别的医生却在这一刻落泪了,手机传递着,每个看到短信的人都落泪了。

    Many thanks to you guys for reading and sharing this.
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  • Very touching and a beautiful story. But why did the people who forwarded this story needed to add the sms hoax? The story was good enough with the mother and the baby...
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If You Are Able To Survive You Must Remember That I Love You

  1. “ My dearest child, if you are able to survive, you must remember that I love you ” A slideshow for UNICEF China Designed by Oliver Ding
  2. When the rescue team discovered her, she was already dead. She was crushed by the house that collapsed. Through the debris and destruction, you can see the position in which she died.
  3. She was kneeling, with her whole body in a forward position, using her hands to support her body. It is somewhat similar to how people pray in the olden days, except that her body has somewhat changed its shaped, and it looks a little scary.
  4. The rescue worker squeezed his hand through all the debris just to confirm that she's dead. He shouted a few times, using his baton to knock a few times on the bricks.. but there was no response inside.
  5. When the crowd walked to the next building, the team leader suddenly ran back again, shouting, " come quickly !!! "
  6. He came to her dead body, and used all his might to feel under the woman's body. He seems to have felt something... then he shouted,
  7. " there's someone, there's a child, still alive "
  8. After some struggle, the team and volunteers helped to clear all the debris apart, and took out her child from under her body. He was wrapped in a red blanket with yellow floral patterns. He's about 3 or 4 months old.
  9. Because of his mother's protection, he was completely unscathed. When they carried him out, he was still sleeping peacefully. His sleeping face warmed everyone's heart. The accompanying doctor performed some checks on him, and found a hand phone inside the blanket.
  10. He read the screen and found that it wrote the following, all entered in the phone.
  11. " My dearest child, if you are able to survive, you must remember that I love you "
  12. The doctor who has experienced many births and deaths in life through his career, cried too at this moment. The phone was passed around. Everyone who saw it couldn't help shedding tears either.
  13. As death tolls continues to rise, the Chinese government continues to expand an already massive emergency response effort with an additional 30,000 troops and 90 helicopters dispatched to the scene. Already there were 100,000 troops, policemen and firemen and 1,235 medical teams working in the rescue effort. State news sources say that 13,400 persons have been rescued so far.
  14. With the help of contributions from the public, UNICEF assistance has started to arrive in the affected area.
  15. UNICEF is supporting the Government relief effort by helping to provide 900 tents 15,000 blankets and 60,000 school kits.
  16. Provision of health and water and sanitation goods will follow soon.
  17. Thousands of children are in need of help from you Donate Spread
  18. UNICEF China homepage (Chinese) http:// www.unicef.org/china/zh /
  19. UNICEF China donate page (Chinese) http://tinyurl.com/4jutk2
  20. UNICEF UK donate page http://tinyurl.com/4s3q83
  21. UNICEF Canada donate page http://tinyurl.com/3h38tc
  22. Join our group on Facebook.com: Help UNICEF help Children in the SICHUAN EARTHQUAKE http://tinyurl.com/6h2e5s
  23. Join our group on Flickr.com: China EarthQuake Victims http://tinyurl.com/6pfusw
  24. Join our group on Slideshare.net: China Earthquake http://tinyurl.com/4kdmve
  25. Source: Xinhua Internet Discussion Forum and UNICEF China

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