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Hollywood Upcoming Teenage Talents Donating Children’s Masks to Fight Coronavirus Pandemic

Wardour Studios Hollywood’s young talents, Alex Nia (16) and Magnolia Wu (14) support LA Children's Hospital with 8000 Children’s Protective Face Masks.

LOS ANGELES, California, April 28, 2020  

Inspired by the call to action against the COVID-19, put forth by Wardour Studios chairman, Seven Nia, during February 2020 Hollywood Stars Gala - OscarsⓇ viewing and dinner,  Alex Nia (11th grader - Calabasas High School) and Magnolia Wu (8th grader - Thurston Middle School), two upcoming Hollywood talents made their mind and began to do their part in the fight against the pending. 

Magnolia and Alex met at the Gala, in February 2020. The two young talents were inspired by Steven Nia as well as other celebrities, including Academy Award winner Roger Christian, Grammy Award winner Drumma Boy, Dr. Khalilah Ali (ex-wife of the Champ, Muhammad Ali), Floyd Mayweather Sr., and IBF and WBO boxing champion Zab Judah, and joined forces to combat the coronavirus, in order to help protect children during the pandemic. 

Driven by their heartfelt call to help the kids and putting to work their entrepreneurial skills, the team managed to raise sufficient funds from friends, family, and their followers to acquire thousands of disposable children's protective face masks. 

Alex and Magnolia personally delivered and donated 8000 children’s masks to three staff members of LA Children’s Hospital, who gratefully accepted and thanked the team for their great contribution.  

Alex Nia told staff at Children’s Hospital, "We are all in this together, but we noticed that children need smaller masks to properly protect their faces. So we decided that buying children specific masks would be most useful to help mitigate and prevent contamination to children, particularly those children who have to spend time in the hospital, for whatever reason." 

"There is no reason to slow down our fight just because we have made some progress. We must continue to do all we can until this horrible pandemic is fully under control." Said Magnolia Wu while handing over boxes of children’s masks to the hospital representatives.

According to Angelina Leo, the chief operating officer at Wardour Studios, really focused on their mission for children. The masks which they researched and found are suitable for protecting children between the ages of 4 and 14, and are made with 3 layers of Non-woven fabric (polypropylene).

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About Wardour Studios Film Funds
Wardour Studios Film Funds is supported by several international funds. Wardour Studios Film Funds, co-managed by Wardour Studios’ board of directors and funding partners’ representatives, will focus on English-language films, Chinese co-productions and Chinese-language movies with Hollywood production quality and style. Wardour Studios Film Funds has committed the investment for the production and distribution of the above slate of films and television productions, and it clearly signifies Wardour Studios’ strategic positioning to increase its film and entertainment business in China, the second-largest film market behind the United States and Canada.

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About the US-China Youth Forum on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Opportunities
The US-China Youth Forum on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Opportunities is a collaboration between the U.S. State Department and the All-China Youth Federation (ACYF), a federative body of Chinese youth organizations and excellent youth nationwide committed to national development, world peace, and legitimate rights, interests and development of young people. The Forum will match 50 American and 50 Chinese emerging leaders in entrepreneurship and innovation and will convene in Shenzhen, China. Forum speakers will include co-founder of Airbnb Nate Blecharczyk, U.S. Ambassador Terry Branstad, and Chinese officials and high-level entrepreneurs. The Forum is being funded by a grant from the C100 U.S.-China Fulbright Fund.
For more information, visit www.youthinnovationalliance.org