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|China Earthquake Relief Project|
|News - Archive|
|Written by IAAP and CAAP|
The Work of IAAP and
The letters included above are from Hester Solomon, IAAP President, from Tom Kelly and Joe Cambray as chairs of the Individual Member and Developing Group subcommittees, and from Luigi Zoja and Eva Pattis as direct participants in the Sichuan relief efforts of the Chinese Association of Analytical Psychology. Their letters describe and respond to the Sichuan earthquake of May 12, 2008, that killed tens of thousands of people and left approximately 5 million people homeless and they address the needs of the CAAP/IAAP in their ongoing relief efforts in Sichuan.
Also included here is a link to the PDF, "China 512 Earthquake and the Work of IAAP in China," based on a PowerPoint presentation prepared by Heyong Shen, IAAP analyst (Individual Member) and Professor at Fudan University in Shanghai. Most of the students and members of the Chinese Association of Analytical Psychology (CAAP) are participating in the relief effort. As you read this e-mail, Heyong Shen and others will be discussing their work this week (October 12-15) at the 5th World Congress of Psychotherapy being held in Beijing (www.wcp2008.org/index.htm).
Please support the Earthquake Relief Project in the varied ways as described in the accompanying letters.
For financial donations, the non-profit Foundation C. G. Jung Institutes has made secure online contributions available to us through PayPal at www.fcgji.org/donations.html for the Sichuan relief efforts. You do not have to have a PayPal account to use this form of payment.
Direct donations can also be made through the IAAP secretariat and the procedure is described in the letter from Joe Cambray and Tom Kelly.
A PDF file (1.2MB) by Heyong Shen describes the China Earthquake Relief Project with photographs and is available to view and download by clicking:
You will also find the updated news from Heyong Shen (as above) with photographs at the following IAAP webpage :