Sichuan Earthquake - What I dont know and what I do know

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On May 12, 2008, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake flattened towns and villages in Sichuan Province, China. The death is estimated to be higher than 50,000.

On May 12, 2008, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake flattened towns and villages in Sichuan Province, China. The death is estimated to be higher than 50,000.

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  • 1. Sichuan Earthquake May 12, 2008 Sichuan Province, China What I Don’t Know and What I Know
  • 2. I didn’t know there was a small town named Wenchuan before the earthquake.
  • 3. But I do know the beautiful town, close to Wolong, home to giant pandas, was flattened by a magnitude 7.9 earthquake.
  • 4. I don ’ t know how much you know about this disaster. But I know you would be deeply shocked.
  • 5. I don ’ t know how the house looked like before. But I know the old man is not able to rebuild his home by himself.
  • 6. I don ’ t know how many schools collapsed. But I know at that time many classrooms were full of students.
  • 7. I don ’ t know how the school bag got here. But I know it belonged to a child.
  • 8. I don ’ t know whether this mother will ever see her child alive . But I know a child is the treasure of every family.
  • 9. But I know this woman has been crying here for a long time. I don ’ t know whose body is under the cover.
  • 10. I don ’ t know how many people are still under the ruins . But I know most of them may not survive.
  • 11. I don ’ t know whether the hands belong to a girl or a boy. But I know the hands are eager to reach her or his parents again.
  • 12. I don ’ t know what time it is now. But I know it is a horrible time.
  • 13. I don ’ t know why they embraced so tightly. But I know they are comforting each other.
  • 14. I don ’ t know what the man is looking for. But I know he has little chance to find it.
  • 15. I don ’ t know whether the child can survive or not. But I know many others like her are still waiting for help.
  • 16. I don ’ t know how long the student has been under the ruins. But I know he is among few lucky ones in this disaster.
  • 17. I don ’ t know which country the foreigner comes from. But I know everyone is doing his best to help the victims.
  • 18. I don ’ t know whether the drivers have escaped or not. But I know the road was completely blocked.
  • 19. I don ’ t know where they are heading to. But I know they are leaving home.
  • 20. I don ’ t know whether they could have a good sleep or not. But I know they don ’ t have other choices right now.
  • 21. I don ’ t know how many people are here. But I know the lack of water and food could cause big trouble.
  • 22. I don ’ t know how this old man escaped from the collapse. But I know he is eager to help those who did not.
  • 23. I don ’ t know where they are. But I know it is not their home.
  • 24. I don ’ t know where the parents of the babies are. But I know the babies are safe and well taken care of.
  • 25. I don ’ t know what the girl is looking at. But I know her eyes are full of desire to live on and live well.
  • 26. I don ’ t know what is on their mind. But I know they see hope in the future.
  • 27. Till May 16, 2008, 19,509 deaths confirmed Estimated over 50,000 Another 102,103 injured and 12,323 buried in the rubble
  • 28. Show your support to the people who are affected by the disaster, Help them regain the courage of life, and a bright future ……