By Dialogo August 31, 2009 LIMA, 27 August 2009 (AFP) – American actress Lucy Liu, a star of the film Charlie’s Angels, launched a social-mobilization and fundraising campaign for Peruvian children in Lima on Thursday, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) announced. “It’s very important for me to do something useful here. I only want to be sure that the media who are here will pay attention to what’s happening with children,” the actress said to the press after sharing her experiences as a UNICEF good-will ambassador. The actress, known for her roles in the films Charlie’s Angels and Kill Bill, was designated to open the humanitarian campaign named ‘En Buena Onda’ (‘Feeling Good’). The New York actress, who took advantage of her brief trip to Peru to visit Machu Picchu on Wednesday, affirmed that she was amazed by the citadel and above all by the warmth of the Peruvian people. Actors, singers, entertainment-industry figures, and members of civil society are behind the campaign, the goal of which is “to collect funds in support of poor children who also have the right to a better future,” UNICEF indicated.