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Post  cy138790 on Sat Apr 17, 2010 12:32 pm

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robes earthquake rescue workers dug through the government together for the long-standing

doubts and anxiety as a cause of tension region striking image of the rubble.The central

government has poured in troops and equipment in the remote western region, but it is

influential Buddhist monks in which people trust with their lives - and their deaths.As the

death toll rose to 1,144 Friday night, there are some tensions and distrust of the government

relief efforts, with limited assistance over scuffle survivors."They have a relaxed attitude,

saying:" Genqiu, a temple at the end of 22-year-old monk, the government sent rescue workers.

"If someone with their photos, then they may be dug once or twice."Because of Wednesday's

earthquake, the government disaster relief work has been by a single capital from the main

road with heavy traffic Qinghai slow, 12 hours away. Last Friday, heavy equipment has finally

come."You have suffered a disaster is our disaster. Your pain is our pain," Chinese Premier

Wen Jiabao said,coach outletin the state

television repeatedly broadcast out of words.Although the contact, many residents turned to

the monks and their traditions, not by a central authority of the majority Han Chinese

dominated. These organizations divided by language - the government had to mobilize hundreds

of Tibetan speakers to communicate with the victims - as well as culture and

religion.Cultural differences may be caused last Friday's sharp rise in deaths. Telephone

with the Associated Press last Friday, seemed surprised to hear rescue workers, hundreds of

bodies in colorectal Temple, the Buddhist family. The new deaths hours after the official

It is not clear whether the relief work carried out on the long-held suspicion by the

government or by living in the cold air in the third and relatives outside the mining days of

hand-stress-driven. In urban areas, many buildings collapsed in the earthquake, many people

are insecure.Tibet's main urban residents pointed out many times, after a series of

earthquakes on Wednesday, the monks was the first to help them - the people pulled from the

rubble and deliver their own limited supply.Tibetan traditional performing sky burials,

involving a body chopped into pieces, leaving a platform for vultures eat. But Genqiu, who

like many Tibetans goes by one name, he said, it is not possible."Condor can not eat all," he

said, in colorectal temple, where the body was carefully wrapped in colorful blankets and

deep three to four reactors at a platform.On a nearby hill on a large cremation in the

afternoon sun, ready to Saturday more than 200 monks. Covered with a blue tent in the two

government "relief" on a makeshift altar, hundreds of people lit candles.A monk about 1000

bodies were sent to the shadow of the temple hill settlement. Luo Yidan by that a precise

calculation is difficult because agencies have arrived and the family has taken some

distance.Nearby, two men committed to the two bodies into the back of a taxi.Yushu County,

the region's earthquake, most of Tibet by the official statistics - 93 percent, but not being

in the Han Chinese immigrants who made the restaurant open to construction jobs, or

mines.Basically, the region has not been volatile in 2008, swept the Tibetan plateau.

However, the authorities have cordoned off the area to foreign media and visitors on a

regular basis.Last Friday, some survivors of the competition for limited assistance. A police

line blocked, rescue workers unloaded a large number of residents worried about tanning

instant noodles, tents and other supplies."I saw almost because of lack of food and shelter

for local residents attacked trucks," said Pierre Dweh, director of program development

organizations in the community, the snow-covered services group. He said: "yesterday, but you

still see today some of the things. It becomes better and better. Chinese authorities are

doing well."However, he said, his aid group, outside the city moved to prevent something

worse.Some people are still being found alive. China Central Television reported that a 13-

year-old girl from the collapsed two-storey hotel sniffer dogs withdrawal notice, the rescue

workers. And the state news agency Xinhua reported that after a 43-year-old woman to 50 hours

without food and water rescued trapped.State media said more equipment to check for signs of

life in the way, with 40,000 tents - enough to accommodate all the survivors.Additional

second-line rescue teams and with the Tibetan monks that they will be working hard until no

one left to save.。

"We want to help others and save lives," said Dengzeng Lausanne, monks from neighboring

Sichuan Province, as a wall with wooden beams and pushed his crew to leave the concrete block

and yanked the rope.Not far away, a dozen government rescue workers were discussed with

cameras and heat sensors debris.Two teams, a majority of Tibetan and Han 1, it may take a bus

or sleeping in a tent after another cold night, eating instant noodles again.He said: "It

does not matter,cheap coach bagsIf it is the

Han Chinese or Tibetan, "Dengzeng said, wearing a simple cotton gloves and masks." Life is

precious. "


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