New look of village after quake in SW China (3)

13:00, February 03, 2010      

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Workers plaster a wall of a new house under construction in Guantun Village in Yao'an County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Feb. 2, 2010. The construction of new houses for the quake victims has sped up in the county as Spring Festival approaches. People in Yao'an County in the mountainous Chuxiong Yi autonomous prefecture, Yunnan Province, suffered a magnitude-6.0 earthquake on July 9, 2009. According to official figures, the earthquake destroyed almost 11,000 houses. (Xinhua/Ling Yiguang)



Workers build a new house in Guantun Village in Yao'an County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Feb. 2, 2010. The construction of new houses for the quake victims has sped up in the county as Spring Festival approaches. People in Yao'an County in the mountainous Chuxiong Yi autonomous prefecture, Yunnan Province, suffered a magnitude-6.0 earthquake on July 9, 2009. According to official figures, the earthquake destroyed almost 11,000 houses. (Xinhua/Ling Yiguang)

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