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Victims of China's Huge 2008 Wenchuan Quake Still Need Helpi
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May 11, 2013 2:56 PM
The loss of life from China’s 2008 Wenchuan earthquake was tremendous, and many young students were among those killed when schools toppled. Some victims are still trying to recover, with the assistance of volunteers who have taken up residence in the newly rebuilt schools. VOA’s Bill Ide reports. Camera and editing by Rebecca Valli.

Victims of China's Huge 2008 Wenchuan Quake Still Need Help

Published May 11, 2013

The loss of life from China’s 2008 Wenchuan earthquake was tremendous, and many young students were among those killed when schools toppled. Some victims are still trying to recover, with the assistance of volunteers who have taken up residence in the newly rebuilt schools. VOA’s Bill Ide reports. Camera and editing by Rebecca Valli.


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