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Daily life of displaced people in quake-hit Baoxing, SW China
   日期:2013-05-03 15:34        编辑: 杨云涛        来源:Xinhua

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<p><font color="#0000ff">People receive free lunch at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">This bird eye view shows a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live in the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng)</font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">Soldiers distribute food for students at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">Soldiers distribute food for students at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live in the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">Staff members hang a banner on the makeshift office of Agriculture Bank of China at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">A displaced woman registers with the police at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live in the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">Volunteers prepare for lunch at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live in the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">Children play at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live in the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
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<p><font color="#0000ff">Staff members check newly-arrived desk parts by donators at a school served as an evacuation settlement for displaced people in the quake-hit Baoxing County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 2, 2013. Some 4,000 displaced people live the settlement, the largest in the county, after a strong earthquake hit Baoxing last month. At present, basic living needs of those people could be guaranteed in terms of food, drink, healthcare service and power supply. (Xinhua/Lu Peng) </font></p>
 

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