Author: Xiao Qiang
Angilee Shah writes in the ChinaBeat blog: Six days after the earthquake struck, Pan went to Muyu District in Qingchuan County, the site of one of the disaster’s biggest tragedies. The Muyu Middle School dormitory had collapsed and buried hundreds of young students who were napping inside. Parents were camped in tents, homeless and looking for answers. Who Killed Our Children
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