Evacuation Plan Launched under Fears of Flood
[2008-05-29]
Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated, facing the threat of a possible collapse of Tangjiashan quake lake.
Shaken by Tragedy, Frozen in Time
[2008-05-28]
China's deadliest earthquake in decades left behind not only widespread destruction but crucial questions.
Grappling With Post-Quake Medical Costs
[2008-05-27]
Hospitals and quake refugees who lost ID cards may be sharing earthquake injury expenses with the government.
Experts Race to Fight Post-Disaster Disease
[2008-05-27]
Protecting survivors from waterborne and foodborne diseases plays a major role in Sichuan's post-quake recovery effort.
Debtors May Be Forgiven in Earthquake Area
[2008-05-27]
Regulators have told banks to waive debts for certain quake victims, and banks are to be protected as well.
Quake Zone's Medicare Payment Plan Sketched
[2008-05-26]
Quake refugees will brunt some medical fees independently, until trans-provincial medicare payment further develop.
A Long, Frustrating Journey for 4,000 Tents
[2008-05-21]
A Caijing reporter joined volunteers hauling truckloads of donated tents to the earthquake zone in Beichuan. The experience was unexpectedly arduous.
Burying, Burning Sichuan's Dead -- Quickly
[2008-05-20]
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.
Aftershock and Return of Refugees Creates New Worries
[2008-05-20]
The city of Jiangyou is facing dual pressure: the attack of a major aftershock and the inpouring of quake refugees.
Qingchuan: Face to Face with Floods
[2008-05-20]
After the earthquake, Qingchuan County is threatened by a possible flooding disaster.
China Mourns Its Losses
[2008-05-19]
One week later, China pays respect amid a hollow echo of sirens.
Zipingpu Dam Upstream of Chengdu Secured
[2008-05-19]
All odds stacked against, the Chengdu dam has been relieved of rising pressure.
Troops Parachute into Quake-Hit Mao County
[2008-05-16]
A daring rescue operation, deep in the Sichuan mountains, marked the first use of an air force parachuting team for civilian disaster relief in China.
High-Gear Rescue at Yingxiu's Ground Zero
[2008-05-16]
Soldiers, police and a school headmaster press on with a dramatic, post-earthquake rescue effort in Yingxiu County, where students remain trapped.
Fading Cries for Help in Devastated Yingxiu
[2008-05-15]
After trekking through mudslides with teams of soldiers, three Caijing reporters reach a cataclysmic scene in an area of earthquake-ravaged Sichuan Province.
Pengzhou: Home to 100,000 Quake Refugees
[2008-05-14]
A Caijing reporter journeys through an earthquake-ravaged region of Sichuan Province and describes a scene of destruction, death and survivors.
Beijing Orders Quick Aid for Quake Victims
[2008-05-14]
The government's finance minister ordered immediate assistance after witnessing the devastation, while medical teams were struggling to reach victims.
Quake Dispatch: Gloomy City, Huge Cracks
[2008-05-13]
A Caijing reporter travels to the disaster scene in Sichuan Province and describes what he sees in a city of 10 million, while aftershocks continue.
Stock Trades Halted for 66 Firms in Sichuan
[2008-05-13]
The decision to suspend trading for companies in the rattled province was a first for the Shanghai exchange and followed a communications breakdown.
A Detour Contributed to Fatal Rail Derailment
[2008-05-12]
A temporary track detour at a construction site factored into the mishap that killed 71 and injured hundreds aboard a Beijing-Qingdao passenger train.
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