Personal Essay: The Earthquake In China

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An unexpectedly accident, no one is ready to do any to escape. This earthquake is the most destructive seism, since the founding of the people 's Republic of China. It is also one of the most serious casualties after the earthquake in Tangshan. This accident caused a total of 69,227 deaths; 17,923 missing population; 374,643 injured; and children lost their lovely of home and family member ; destroyed an entire Sichuan. When the headlines coming out being a Chinese, we are mournful. After this happened, almost every academy and office, created a donation services, the crowd donated money, the money sent to Sichuan to aid the community in urgency.
On May 12, 2008, around 14:27 PM, cities began a serious shock, the extent of the terrible earthquake
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At present, the broken road, the collapse of the house, I feel as though a knife has been plugged into my heart. In order to not to waste time, we settle our luggages to the place where we are going to stay for this week, then we starting the disaster relief program. First, our leader contact the local government to see where does demand for personnel to help. After nearly an hour of searching and checking, the government has given us two regions that need to assist. The first area is to set up tents and supplies to the victims. The second area is to use the tent to rebuild the institution, so the students can still have a place to learn. Our team is divided into two teams respectively. This week, we came to Sichuan has two purposes, the first goal is certainly to be a volunteer to assistance those in need of help, the second purpose is to preach the gospel. We hope that others will know Jesus Christ, and that they will be saved. Hope they know that when a person is going through difficulties, confusion and sadness in life, God will guide and lead to the right path. “Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. " (John 14:6

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