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The large scale collapse of school buildings in the May 12 earthquake taught China's construction industry a bloody lesson.

More than 100 NGOs quickly responded to the Sichuan disaster, and afterward quickly learned what they can and cannot do.

Rescue teams from Japan and other countries were welcomed by the Chinese government after the earthquake.

China's cotton farms have benefited from genetic modification, but so far it's been a hard row to hoe for rice.

Officials say 20 branches of the military were rapidly deployed to rescue, treat and relocate earthquake victims.

Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated, facing the threat of a possible collapse of Tangjiashan quake lake.

China's deadliest earthquake in decades left behind not only widespread destruction but crucial questions.

Hospitals and quake refugees who lost ID cards may be sharing earthquake injury expenses with the government.

Protecting survivors from waterborne and foodborne diseases plays a major role in Sichuan's post-quake recovery effort.

Regulators have told banks to waive debts for certain quake victims, and banks are to be protected as well.

Quake refugees will brunt some medical fees independently, until trans-provincial medicare payment further develop.

A Caijing reporter joined volunteers hauling truckloads of donated tents to the earthquake zone in Beichuan. The experience was unexpectedly arduous.

Body bags, mass graves and non-stop cremations are now common sights in Sichuan's earthquake zone, according to a Caijing reporter on the scene.

The city of Jiangyou is facing dual pressure: the attack of a major aftershock and the inpouring of quake refugees.

After the earthquake, Qingchuan County is threatened by a possible flooding disaster.

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