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  • People in quake-hit Lushan strive to reconstruct homes
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One man's thousand-mile journey to reach his family in Sichuan quake zone
One man's thousand-mile journey to reach his family in Sichuan quake zoneMoments after the start of his daily grind as a construction worker in northern China, Xia Donghai’s world came crashing down with news that a terrifying earthquake had struck his hometown almost a…
About the Quake
A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Lushan county of Ya'an city in Southwest China's Sichuan province at 8:02 am on April 20.
The Epicenter
Lushan county, Ya'an city, Southwest China's Sichuan province.
Ya'an has a population of 1.53 million and is known as the hometown of the giant panda. It is about 140 kilometers away from the provincial capital Chengdu city.
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Li: More foreign talent welcome
Li: More foreign talent welcomeMore foreign talent is welcome to China for innovation work and business, and the government will step up support in such areas as granting "green cards", project applications and intellectual propert
Ezubo's downfall highlights risks of nascent Internet finance industry
Ezubo's downfall highlights risks of nascent Internet finance industryChina's largest asset-to-peer (A2P) platform Ezubo has been on a roller-coaster ride, turning from a sought-after money-maker into a target of criticism in less than two years.
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