Foreign Students of Hanyang University Helped the Damage of Mexico Earthquake
Voluntary participation in order to share the pain of the victims
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Foreign students studying at Hanyang University started a fundraising campaign on September 28 to help Mexico suffered a massive earthquake.
This fundraising campaign was held for about a month with voluntary participation of foreign students, and domestic students also started to participate. About 7,000 foreign students including undergraduate students are currently attending Hanyang University.
Meanwhile, a strong earthquake struck southern and central Mexico, killing hundreds of people according to a foriegn press.
▲ Foreign students at Hanyang University are participating fundraising campaign to help Mexico. A foreign student is putting money in the donation box.
▲ A foreign student proceeding with the fundraising campaign (the right at the picture) is handing out materials with explanations about Mexico earthquake.
▲ Foreign students proceeding with the fundraising campaign are requesting more participation prior to the start of the campaign.
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