|Ten giant pandas from a breeding base in Sichuan were evacuated on Tuesday to avoid threats from possible geological disasters after the May 12 quake.
|China Quake Casualties Unchanged|
The death toll from the May 12 earthquake devastating Sichuan Province and some neighboring provinces remained unchanged at 69,197 as of Friday noon, according to a press release of the State Council Information Office.
|Gov't Auctions Building for More Quake Relief Fund|
The city government of Chengdu, capital of China's earthquake-ravaged Sichuan Province has decided to auction off its smartly-designed administrative complex for more disaster relief fund.
|No Epidemic Outbreaks in Quake Zone: Ministry|
No major epidemic outbreaks or public health incidents have been reported in China's quake area so far, a health ministry spokesman said here Friday.
|Senior Chinese Leader Praises Law-enforcers for Their Role in Earthquake Relief|
Zhou Yongkang, member of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China Central Committee Political Bureau, on Tuesday praised law-enforcers in the earthquake relief work, calling them "loyal guards of the Party and the people."
|2 bln Yuan Proposed to Rebuild Wolong Panda Reserve|
Chinese experts have drawn up a plan to rebuild the quake-devastated Wolong nature reserve, a major habitat of giant pandas in southwestern Sichuan Province, with an investment of 2 billion yuan.
|China to Exempt Quake Regions from Some Govt Funding|
Ministry of Finance announced it would exempt or cut down some government fund collecting from regions devastated by the May 12 earthquake over the next three years.
|Quake Caused 6-bln-USD Damage to Agriculture: FAO|
The agricultural sector in China's Sichuan province has suffered enormous damage, estimated at around 6 billion U.S. dollars, as a result of last month's devastating earthquake, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said Monday.
|372,000 People Lose Jobs after May 12 Earthquake|
At least 372,000 urban residents in southwest China's Sichuan Province lost their jobs because of the May 12 powerful earthquake, Vice Governor of Sichuan Li Chengyun said in Chengdu on Monday.