A powerful earthquake that toppled homes in northeastern Myanmar has killed more than 70 people.
Two Japanese travelers had "alarmingly high levels of radiation" when they arrived in East China's Wuxi city, China's quality watchdog reported on Friday.
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Bai Desheng, 60, performs martial arts as he practices calligraphy on the ground with a huge brush soaked in water, in Kaifeng city, Central China’s Henan province. Bai combines martial arts moves and handwriting as a new style of performance.
A total of 100,000 locals and people from other regions of Sichuan take part in the ritual, named Caiqiao - or bridge stepping - which has lasted for more than 200 years. People also beat drums and watch a traditional dragon dance during the blessing.
Cherry blossoms bloom in Ali Mountain in Taiwan on March 24, 2011.
Over 25 people were killed in a magnitude-7 earthquake in northeastern Myanmar, with more damage reported on Friday.
Three people were killed and 85 others injured after a train slammed into a bus Thursday morning in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. More than 100 people had donated blood as of 5 pm Thursday to make up for the lack of blood supply at local hospitals.
St. Jakob's Church is being prepared for a move in Wuhu city, East China’s Anhui province, on March 24, 2011. The 128-year-old church will be moved 10 meters east for urban construction projects.
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People line up for medicinal soup in quake-stricken Yingjiang county, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, March 23, 2011.
Monks put an arhat statue back in its place in the main hall after dusting.