A Song for the Sichuan Quake Orphans

One of my primary school pals who is a clinical psychologist specializing in child psychology has alerted me to a moving song that was written by one of her colleagues, May Chan. May wrote the lyrics of the song and has dedicated it to the 4,000 orphans who lost their parents to the Sichuan earthquake. The quake happened so suddenly that the children didn’t even have a chance to properly say goodbye to their parents. It is hoped that the song will help the orphans open up their hearts, allaying their fears about expressing their grief and sense of loss, let them properly bid their parents farewell, and then move on with their lives with courage.

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