I have been very saddened by the news of the earthquakes in China. I wish to express my heart felt condolences and offer my meager words of comfort. Tonight， China will be in my prayers. I have visited your country several times and have a great respect for the Chinese people.
Just want to say that, as a mother, looking at the photographs of quake victims on this website made me cry today. I cannot imagine how much grief the affected families are going through. My thoughts are with them. Also, the tireless work of rescue and recovery must be relentless and exhausting, but it is always so inspiring to see how people help people in a crisis.
Wen is truly beautiful and moving. The love and care that he shows in his supportive actions towards his fellow Chinese shows what a true and wonderful official he is and represent, he is truly there for his people. I do believe that China couldn't have had a better prime minister. God bless his beautiful soul for he is a salvation to many in China. May China shine strongly through this horrible tragedy.
Each hour since this horrific event happened there have been many people of all walks of life who have moved many with their selflessness. They all deserve to be acknowledged but most will never be. This includes police officers, firemen, soldiers, medics, and civilians. I only hope and pray that there are many more survivors yet to be found and reunited with their loved ones.
My heart ached when I heard the deadly earthquake;
My tears poured when I saw the pictures.
My pocketbook opened the widest it can be.
I hope more kind hearts will help the victims financially...
Josh Tan (加拿大华侨)
Every Chinese person from across the globe feel the pain and loss of their fellowmen in the motherland. Nothing in this world can ease the pain the parents are experiencing now over the loss of their beloved children. Time will never heal but the Chinese spirit lives on and will see each other through.
I am a foreign teacher in Kaifung Henan and would like to say that all of china should be proud of their government and army and their speedy help to the people of the quake they showed the world that this is a government that cares. i feel very sad every day for the victims and proud to be in china for 6 years. i wouldnt want to be any where else in the world even though iam an american and german citizen. i personally believe its the best i have a PHD in Computer science and i think quite clever so what i say is from years of working in 47 countries and i found the best.
We in Australia have our hearts and prayers with you all in China. Your Premier and President are there with you all now and that is most honorable. Please do not give up hope. To save one more life is a blessing. Be encouraged by your good work and may God be with all the people involved. Be strong China!