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    • EarthQuake Simulation Asylum 02

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      • Asylum Animation 01

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        • The Reborn Of Beichuan

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          The Sichuan earthquake that struck this mountainous region on May 12, 2008 killed an estimated 90,000 people, including thousands of children. For the majority of families in China, losing one child means losing an only child. The Reborn of Beichuan follows the journey of two families from the devastated city of Beichuan as they try to restore normalcy to their lives and struggle to move past the loss of their children. Fang Yonggui, fifty-eight, and his wife Yang Jianfen, forty-nine, lost their sixteen-year-old daughter Fang Juan in the earthquake. Yang is too old to conceive. She hopes to adopt a baby girl, but that dream proves elusive. Jiang Hongyou, forty-three, and Fu Guangjun, forty-two, lost their fifteen-year-old son. Two years later, they had Jiang Yutong, a girl who now consumes all of their love and attention. Director Zijian Mu was born and raised in Beichuan. His father taught for more than fifteen years at the Beichuan Middle School, where more than 1,500 students died during the earthquake. Mu lost close family members in the earthquake, a personal toll that filled him with the urge to follow this story even years after the immediate disaster. He has returned often to Beichuan since 2008. He shot this film from May to September of 2012.

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          • One Child - Trailer VOD

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            Three households set off on distinct paths after losing their only children to the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake, reportedly the deadliest natural disaster in China's recent history. The consequences of the long-implemented one-child policy emerge poignantly on top of the unspeakable loss. One Child Dir. Zijian Mu 40 minutes China/USA 2014 Listed as One of the Top 8 Documentary Shorts of the Year oscars.org/news/8-doc-shorts-oscars-2014-shortlist Winner of the 41st Student Academy Awards (2014) oscars.org/news/academy-announces-2014-student-academy-awardr-winners youtube.com/watch?v=6EeRs0diOOI

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            • Afterquake: "Sala" Video

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              From http://www.afterquakemusic.com ... One year after the May 2008 Sichuan Earthquake in China, the Afterquake music project has created music with quake survivors to raise money and awareness for the ongoing reconstruction. "Sala" is a traditional Qiang minority song, but all the kids in Wenchuan seem to know it be they Han, Qiang or other minorities. They also all seem to know the dance. The kids called it a guo zhuang song (锅庄) which means that you dance around a fire while singing it. The vocals are by the girl in the video named Luo Shuang (罗霜), a 14 year old first year middle school student from Wenchuan County. She is Han ethnicity. Her mother appears at the end of the video, on the site where they are rebuilding their house, which was destroyed in the earthquake. The accompanying music was produced by Abigail Washburn and Dave Liang, of the Shanghai Restoration Project. The video was shot and edited by Luke Mines. To hear more of the music, see pictures from the project and to learn more about how to support Sichuan Quake Relief please visit http://afterquakemusic.com You can also support quake relief by getting the tracks on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/p3pn8c or picking up the CD on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/qt47q4 Proceeds from the music help to provide much needed quake relief to the 5 million who lost homes in the earthquake through the work of Sichuan Quake Relief, http://www.sichuan-quake-relief.org/

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              • Afterquake: Music with Sichuan earthquake survivors

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                From http://www.afterquakemusic.com In May 2008 an earthquake devastated Sichuan province in China, killing tens of thousands and leaving millions homeless. To commemorate the one year anniversary of this tragedy, musicians Abigail Washburn and Dave Liang of the Shanghai Restoration Project traveled to Sichuan to make music with children who survived the earthquake and their parents. Using folk songs sung by the children as well as sounds of their parents rebuilding their houses with bricks and mortar, Abby and Dave created a unique musical soundscape, and this video shows how the whole process unfolded in March, 2009. To hear more of the music, see pictures from the project and to learn more about how to support Sichuan Quake Relief please visit http://www.afterquakemusic.com You can also support quake relief by getting the tracks on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/p3pn8c or picking up the CD on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/qt47q4 Proceeds from the music help to provide much needed quake relief to the 5 million who lost homes in the earthquake. Shot and edited by Luke Mines

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                • In Beichuan, the Agony of Surviving

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                  19 May 2008 - The population of the town by Beichuan has been reduced to zero, but former residents return daily to try to find what remains of their loved ones, a task that is nearly impossible.

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                  • China Quake Ruins Lives

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                    WONG: And a sobering thought for the thousands left with no homes to go back to in China. Survivors have fled to shelter in nearby towns, camping in relief-issue tents. Many have no solid plans for the future. Sleeping rough and afraid to go home. Millions of people in China have lost their homes and families and face months living in temporary camps. Many more are sleeping on the streets. [Mi Yong, Mianyang Resident]: "Theres no choice, we dare not move back, there is a huge crack running down the building," Powerful aftershocks still rattle the area two weeks after the earthquake hit Sichuan province. Evacuees from Beichuan, one of the worst hit towns have set up their own communities in nearby safer Mianyang. Despite the basic living conditions they prefer to camp on concrete than go home. [Beichuan, Evacuee]: "I dare not go back, everything is shaking, there's no food, no road and no water. There's flooding and everyone has run away." Schools have set up temporary bases outdoors, many of the victims of the quake were students. Makeshift hospitals in the camps are still treating the injured and the evacuees wait - unsure how to rebuild their lives. Two weeks after the earthquake and the temporary camps are beginning to feel permanent. But tents are in short supply and hygiene and fresh water are becoming a problem.

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