4420. [American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]
Dubbing for Publicity Film of American Chamber of Commerce’s Support in Reconstruction of Wenchuan Part Ⅰ 3-4’： Subtitles: At 14:28:04 on May 12, 2008 China Sichuan Wenchuan Suddenly a magnitude-eight earthquake hit. Voice-over: The earth trembled, mountains and rivers shifted, cities crumbled… This was the nation’s most devastating earthquake since the founding of the People’s Republic of China. The Wenchuan earthquake destroyed an area of 10 square kilometers in Sichuan left 69,142 dead, 17,551 missing, thousands homeless, and caused direct economic losses of RMB 845.2 billion and. There is a Chinese saying: “When disaster strikes, help comes from all sides.” Immediately following the earthquake, the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai and its member companies actively joined the rescue and reconstruction effort bringing needed material, financial and technical support and have continued to provide assistance to people affected by the disaster. Part Ⅱ 9-10’： Two years after the earthquake, the difficulties faced by those in the regions worse hit by the earthquake remain a priority for the Chamber. On June 18, 2010, Brenda Foster, President of the American Chamber of Commerce, together with Chamber staff and AmCham Shanghai members, embarked on a return visit to the earthquake-hit area. Minle Village is located in Mianzhu City’s Tumen Township. More than 93% of houses collapsed during the earthquake, and almost all of the township’s infrastructure was damaged. The elderly recreation center was so badly damaged that villagers could no longer enjoy the precious few cultural and recreational activities which once took place there. The visitors arrived in the small village via a bumpy dirt road and were greeted by the sound of clanging gongs and drums. The group was warmly welcomed by smiling and enthusiastic elders from Minle village. The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai and the American Chamber of Commerce in Southwest China wanted to help rebuild the community’s spiritual and cultural core in addition to supporting needed reconstruction efforts. Together, the two chambers rebuilt the elderly recreation center in Minle Village, Tumen Township, Mianzhu City, Sichuan Province. The project was sponsored by the Best Buy (China) Co., Ltd. and Faegre & Benson LLP and implemented by the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation. Today, the handover ceremony will be held here. (Speech in the ceremony) After speeches from the leaders and guests, Brenda Foster, president of the American Chamber of Commerce, Chen Lianjing, Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Southwest China and Jian Shaogao, Vice President of the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation together presented the key for the elderly recreation center to Chen Dacai, Party Branch Secretary of Minle Village. Secretary Chen awarded a donor recognition certificate and a pennant to Brenda Foster. After the handover ceremony, villagers performed an entertaining program for the visiting delegation. After the performance an elderly villager guided the delegation to the site of the old elderly recreation center, a small, simple building with a few desks and chairs. According to the villager, few people came here because of the lack of amenities; at the new recreation center, villagers will be able to play table tennis, surf the Internet, read books, play drums, and more. The enthusiastic villagers welcomed the team to the bright, spacious new center equipped with new table tennis tables, books for the elderly and other supporting facilities, which provided a major improvement to the villagers’ spiritual and cultural life. The center’s establishment was an indication of the care and responsibility that members of the American Chambers of Commerce in Shanghai and Southwest China feel for the people in the earthquake stricken area, particularly the elderly. (Interview with a village elder) (Interview with village elders) After saying farewell to the villagers, the team left Minle village and drove to next stop—Xiaoya Village, Jiange County. 。 Jiange County, located in the northern part of Sichuan Province, is one of 41 counties heavily damaged in the earthquake. Agriculture is the main industry in this poverty-stricken county, and the annual average net income is RMB 1110.6. After the earthquake, Jiange County became an aid recipient from Heifer's Earthquake Rehabilitation Project. As the Chinese saying goes, it is better to teach a man to fish than to simply give him a fish. To decrease poverty and promote harmony and sustainability in the area, the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai supported the implementation of the Heifer Project. The project aligned closely with the villages’ existent development models. The project was designed to help villagers increase economic production, improve living and health conditions, and enhance the villagers’ abilities for self-development. The Heifer Project has plans to help 1810 village households recover and develop a stable income within five years, including 730 which would receive an initial aid allotment and 1080 which would receive gifts. The project began with instruction on livestock rearing to improve the villagers’ abilities, shift their consciousness, increase income and further develop the community. The team’s next destination was Xiaoya Village, an impoverished village in Jiange County 140 kilometers away from Chengdu. Villagers in Xiaoya Village, located in Bailong Town, Jiange County, receive most of their income from agriculture and migrant work. Annual income is RMB 1140 per person. With the help of the Heifer Project, this village established four mutual-aid groups made of 100 households each, which would jointly raise pigs and sheep. Heifer offered technical services and training to the villagers. The villagers also received training on new methods of animal husbandry, feeding the animals, caring properly for the animals, and disease prevention and control. The Heifer Project in Xiaoya is a sustainable project designed to help the earthquake-hit area eliminate poverty through democratic, community-wide efforts and scientific decision making process. After two years, representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce revisited Xiaoya Village for a site visit to see how the villagers had progressed since the project began. After a 24-hour journey along the muddy and bumpy roads, the 12 member team finally arrived at the village. The team was warmly welcomed by a Yangko dance team. To thank the American Chamber of Commerce for its donation, the villagers performed original cultural programs in front of the Neighborhood Committee building. In addition, Xu Enyun, leader of the project’s sheep-raising group, presented a letter of thanks to Brenda Foster on behalf of the group’s 28 households. After the ceremony, Heifer Project site manager Zhen Yanming explained the implementation, results and other aspects of the project in Xiaoya Village. From his introduction, the team confirmed that the results of the project were satisfactory for the villagers: due to their training, villagers converted old animal pens into high-bed enclosures for sheep, planted over two acres of grass per household and built silage pools. During the project training period, villagers learned how to identify and treat common diseases, which greatly improved the animal survival rate and reduced the cost of rearing them. Besides developing individual plans, villagers also actively participated in mutual-aid meetings to enhance community-wide cooperation. To further understand the villagers’ post-earthquake situation, team members visited the home of participating villager Zhang and saw a newly-built, well-maintained sheep enclosure full of healthy black sheep in villager Zhang’s tidy yard. The Heifer Project achieved great successes in terms of it’s positive material, spiritual and social impact on Xiaoya Village. The project villagers’ income increased significantly, villagers’ health and living conditions improved greatly and the environment was protected and improved. Villagers changed their mindsets, found hope for a better life and increased community-wide support and management through mutual aid. The project mode was recognized as a success by the community and the public, and it has been used for other village development projects initiated by governments and non-government organizations to help more poor communities realize self-support and sustainable development. (Interview with farmers) On seeing the satisfactory results of the project, Brenda Foster was very pleased and expected to see even greater improvement in the villagers living standards on her next visit. After leaving Xiaoya Village, the team headed for another village. All the team members were very happy about the changes in villagers’ lives and discussed the project status on the way to Zhaiqiao Village, Wulian Township, their next stop. After several hours’ driving and walking, the team arrived at Zhaiqiao Village. The sheep-raising villagers planted two hectares of hybrid sorghum-sudan grass per household and planned to build silage pools. The mutual-aid groups’ training and activities enhanced the understanding between villagers and promoted the integration of migrants from Qingchuan County into local communities. The end result for the villagers was improved self-development abilities and consciousness. After leaving Zhaiqiao Village, the two-day post-earthquake visit came to an end. The team members' faces were full of smiles, reflecting the success of the post-earthquake reconstruction work. Part Ⅲ 1’ After the earthquake, the outpouring of support has touched the hearts of earthquake survivors and even the whole of China. With the support of the American Chamber of Commerce, there have been many notable achievements in post-earthquake reconstruction work, and more importantly, earthquake survivors now have hope for a better life. (Speech of the team) Please join the American Chamber of Commerce to offer all possible material support and humanitarian care to the areas affected by the earthquake. With your aid, the elderly in the earthquake area will have a happier life, people suffering from hunger and cold will be supplied with food and clothes, and people in the earthquake-affected areas will have a better future. Thank you 该录音作品由录音网原创制作并进行展示，未经许可不得盗用。更新日期：快来听快来看，2014-5-4 11:04:00 录音网新鲜出炉。[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]录音，[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]录音稿，[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]录音文稿[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]配音，[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]配音稿，[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]配音文稿，[American Chamber of Commerce’s Support]文稿录制。 关键字：专题,宣传,事件,企业录音,专题,宣传,事件,企业配音,专题,宣传,事件,企业专业录音,专题,宣传,事件,企业录制。英语录音,英语配音,英语专业录音,英语录制。男声录音,男声配音,男声专业录音,男声录制。磁性,清晰,标准录音,磁性,清晰,标准配音,磁性,清晰,标准专业录音,磁性,清晰,标准录制。录音,配音,专业录音,录制。录音,配音,专业录音,录制。录音网,录音网,录音公司,广告语录音.
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