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08-08-2011 13:58 BJT Special Report:Zhouqu Mudslide One Year On |

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For more on the anniversary, we are joined on the line by our reporter Xu Zhaoqun, who is in Zhouqu county.

Q1: It's been a year since that terrible tragedy struck this small county. How is the area doing now, how are residents coping one year on?

Q2: Damage to the local environment has been blamed as one of the causes of the mudslide disaster. As reconstruction work continues, what measures have local authorities taken to restore the environment and what will they do to upgrade disaster prevention?


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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