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08:21, May 11, 2009

Life back to normal for earthquake survivors


Shi Guangwu smiles while carrying his grandson at Zaoshu village of Qingchuan County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 9, 2009. Shi Guangwu and his wife Zhang Zhengfang, disabled survivors from the May 12 massive earthquake in southwest China, had run a small shop before the quake destroyed it and their home. They moved into a prefab home and re-opened the shop soon. Before the 2008 national day holidays Shi's family moved into the new permanent residence that he built with a subsidy of 23,000 yuan (3,333 U.S. dollars) from the government. Under the encouragement of Shi Guangwu, 80 percent of the villagers of Zaoshu village built their permanent houses; the life of quake survivors was gradually back on track in Sichuan. (Xinhua/Li Ziheng/Cai Yang)

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