Help the Victims of the Snowstorm in China
The Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in University of Tsukuba are collecting donations to help victims of the snowstorm in China. Please see the details below and forward this message to others who might be able to help.
As you have already heard, the unexpected snow, the heaviest in five decades in many places, has been falling in China’s eastern, central and southern regions for almost three weeks. It has caused deaths, building collapses, blackouts, traffic accidents and livestock and crop losses. About 100 million people have been affected, about 150,000 houses collapsed, power lines are damaged, many provinces and cities do not have electricity supply, and parts of the country have ground to a halt as the weather causes widespread chaos to railways, roads and airports.
Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in University of Tsukuba proposes the donation from the whole society to help the snowstorm victims in China.
As we are living in Tsukuba, we might not be able to offer direct aids, but there are many alternative things we can do, as long as we care for victims.
1. Please forward the message to your friends, your community or group email lists, post this message on your own blog, post it on the BBS forums you go to. Try to let everybody around you know, no matter they are Chinese or not.
2. Donate : Bank account as follows:
銀行名称：常陽銀行 (Joyo bank)
支 店 名：研究学園都市支店 (Kenkyu Gakuen Toshi Branch)
After donation, please send your information such as names, affiliation, phone number, donated time and amount to this e-mail address: acssut[AT]gmail.com.
Donation Usage:We will remit the donation to The China Charity Federation (CCF) by Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Japan and Chinese Embassy in Japan. All the information about this donation will be published on the official site of Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in University of Tsukuba.
Contact: acssut[AT]gmail.com, 080-6669-2388 (Jiajun Gu)
Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in University of Tsukuba