China relaxes birth restrictions for victim families of mudslide-hit county 2011-08-06 | From:
China has relaxed its birth-planning policy for families who lost children in a massive mudslide that hit a northwestern county one year ago.
Smiling faces in Zhouqu one year after deadly mudslide 2011-08-04 | From:
After a year's recovery from the deadly mudslide which occurred on Aug. 8, 2010, the beautiful county of Zhouqu has resumed hustle and bustle as the life goes on the way it did.
Mudslide-hit Zhouqu rebuilding roads 2011-04-11 | From:
Traffic reconstruction of the massive mudslides-hit Zhouqu county, Northwest China's Gansu province, which claimed thousands of lives in August 2010, started on Sunday, local authorities said.
Rising up after slide 2011-02-14 | From:
The people of Zhouqu county, Gansu province, have been celebrating Spring Festival six months on from the devastating landslide that claimed more than 1,400 lives.
China steps up disaster prevention work in Zhouqu after massive landslide 2010-10-25 | From:
China will invest 1 billion yuan (150.2 million U.S. dollars) to prevent geological disasters in Zhouqu County in northwest China's Gansu Province, after a massive landslide left more than 1,500 people dead in August.
China sets guidelines for rebuilding mudslide-hit Zhouqu 2010-10-21 | From:
China's State Council, or the Cabinet, unveiled a set of guidelines Wednesday, aiming at helping reconstruction work in landslide-hit Zhouqu County in Gansu Province.
NW China mudslide survivors move indoors as winter approaches 2010-10-16 | From:
More than 400 survivors who remain homeless after a mudslide killed 1,447 people in northwest China's Zhouqu County on Aug. 8 are being moved into homes or school dormitories in the county seat ahead of winter.
As temperatures drop, Zhouqu mudslide survivors dread approaching winter 2010-10-03 | From:
Almost two months after a massive mudslide slammed this isolated, altitudinal county in northwest China, many of its survivors still live in tents. Now, as winter draws near, they wonder how they will withstand the new season's freezing temperatures.