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Movie raises cash for fiance's leukemia treatment

By Tan Zongyang  (China Daily)

08:35, December 08, 2011

Ding Genxiu looks at her fiance Ke Peizong through the window of his isolation chamber in Fuzhou, Fujian province. Ke was diagnosed with acute lymphatic leukemia in September.(China Daily Photo)

FUZHOU - Cash donations have begun to flood in for a seriously ill man whose love story is the subject of a short film that has become an Internet sensation.

Ke Peizong, 26, was diagnosed with acute lymphatic leukemia in September and is awaiting a bone marrow transplant at a hospital in Fujian province.

However, his family and friends say they have been shocked by the public response to a documentary about his relationship with his fiancee, 27-year-old Ding Genxiu.

"More and more people - far beyond expectations - have got to know our story through this film and have expressed their desire to help," said Ding, who estimated that the couple have received almost 160,000 yuan ($25,000) in donations in just a week.

"People have donated large and small amounts online to help us at this awful time," she said. "Now I know we are not alone in going through this."

Peizong and Genxiu, the four-minute film, has no dialogue. It simply follows the couple's everyday life.

Ding wakes up daily at 6 am to shop at a vegetable market to make breakfast for Ke, which she delivers to him on the 26th floor of the hospital in Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province.


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