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Quake-hit Sichuan welcomes torch 四川迎来火炬传递


Survivors cheer as the Olympic torch passes through quake-devastated Sichuan province in China's southwest.



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【整理】Issue 118 ---jeanneleaf

 

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May.

 

The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has made a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan.  Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. 

 

"The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated a makeshift house.  But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad."

This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.

 

"The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They'd said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad."


Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday.  


Susan Flory, Reuters.

 

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May.

 

The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan.  Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. 

 

"The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated that makeshift house.  But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad."

This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is * with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.

 

"The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They said they'd watch on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad."


Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday.  


Susan Flory, for Reuters.

 

 


 

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May.

 

The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan.  Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. 

 

"The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated that makeshift house.  But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad."

This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics exchanged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.

 

"The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad."


Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday.  


Susan Flory, for Reuters.

 

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May.

 

The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan.  Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. 

 

"The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated that makeshift house.  But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad."

This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.

 

"The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They'd said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad."


Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday.  


Susan Flory,  Reuters.

 

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors gave the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Applause award with delightest 189 torchbearers began at a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May. The run here in Guiyan, hometown of communist patriot, Deng Xiaoping began with a mini-silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flames of xx in Sichuan and xx to change its route by passing heartistic areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents of temporary shelters. Excitement over the Olympic is overwhelmed by desire over their plate. "The platform we have xx were not able to go back to Changhu and staying here is dangerous. The demis Changhu is classified as medium, so we were allocated to make sure homes but we don't feel good staying here. The social lodge is bad. " This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of the hundreds of children killed when their schools collapsed in the quake. Nationalists' pride over the Olympics is tenched with grief and unresulted questions of the use to blame. "The children nearby again,are not very happy that they said that they're watched on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad." Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way to Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing with the xx will be lit and the games begin on Friday. Susan Horry Wardens.
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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May. The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster.

 

The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight.

 

"The problem we have now is that we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we went allocated makeshift house. But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad." This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.

 

"The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They'd said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad."

 

Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday. Susan Flory, Reuters.

[ 本帖最后由 皮皮蔡 于 2008-8-4 20:42 编辑 ]
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   after month of sadness and loss china's quake survivers give the olympic flame an emotinal welcom to Sichuan province.
   crows roared with delight as 189 torchbearers(火炬持有者) began a 3 day tour pf the province devastated(毁坏) by a powerful earthquake in may.
   the run here in guian home town of communist(共产党的) patriarch (元老) of tangshaping began with a minite silence in honorof these 70,000 killed in the disaster.
    the quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route by passing  hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan.They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters.
excitment ofthe olympics overwhelmed(受打击) by anxiety over their plight(情况)。
   the problems we have now is we are not able to go back to our home and staying here in dangous .
    the damade to our home is  classified as medium ,so we weren't allocated(分配) to  makeshift(暂时) ties.but we dont feel good staying here .the socialers bad.
   this woman's 16 year old niece was one of the hundreds of children killed  when their school collapsed in the quake.
   national list pride over the olympic exchanged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.
    the children knew about the games and they were very happy they said they'll watch them on tv.
   we 've lost them now and there is nothing we can do,when i think of them ,i still feel very sad.
   mixed emotions that  the torch make its way through sichuan over the next 3 days,its last stop before beijing with the cauldron(大锅)  will be lit and the games begin on friday.

 

 

 

 

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After months of sadness and loss, Chinese quake survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan province Crowds soared with delight as 189 torch bears began an three-day-tour of the province ,devastated by a powerful earthquake in May The run here in Guangan, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping ,began with minutes' silence in honor of 70,000 killed in disaster.The quake delayed the flame arrival in Sichuan and demanded change its route by passing the hardest hit areas like Doujiangyan, thousands died with more left homeless. They watch the relay on tv, from tents and temporary shelters ,excitement of the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety of their plight. The problem we have now is we are eager to go our home and staying here is dangerous.The damage to our home is classify as medium, so we weren't allocated that makeshift house,but we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad. This woman's 16 year-old niece is one of hundreds' children killed in the quake when the school collapsed. National pride of the Olympic is tense with grave and unresolved problem about who to blame. The children if they were about the game, they will be very happy, we have lost them now, we don't know what to do. when i think of them , i still feel very very sad. Mixed emotions as the torch makes its ways through Sichuan over the last three days, the last stop before bj, where the caldron will be laid  and the game will begin. [ 本帖最后由 wjj4853 于 2008-8-4 21:12 编辑 ]
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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May.

 

The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan.  Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. 

 

"The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated a (这里allocated a连读了) makeshift house.  But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad."

This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame.

 

"The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They'd said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad."


Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday.  


Susan Flory,  Reuters

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May. The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has met a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. "The problem we have now is that we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we went allocated makeshift house. But we don't feel good staying here, the social order is bad." This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame. "The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They'd said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad." Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday. Susan Flory, Reuters.

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May. The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has made a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. "The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated to makeshift house. But we don't feel good to stay here, the social order is bad." This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame. "The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad." Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday. Susan Flory, Reuters.
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After a month of sadness and loss, Chinese quake survivors give the Olympic Flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers begins a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earth quake in May. The run here of Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch, Deng Xiaoping, began with minutes silence in honor of these 70,000 killed in this disaster. The quake delayed the flame’s arrival in Sichuan, and it made changes of route by passing the hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched relay on TV from tents in temporary shelters, excitement of the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight.

 

The problem we have now is that we are able to go back our home and stay here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we were not allocated to make a shift of our house, but we do not feel good staying here, so the social order is bad.

This woman’s 16 year-old niece was one of the hundreds of children killed when their school was collapsed in this quake. Nationalists’ pride of the Olympics has changed with the grief and unresolved questions about who is to blame.

 

The children knew about games that they were very happy. They said they would watch them on TV. We have lost them now, and there is nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad.

 

Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit, and the games begin on Friday.

 

Susan Flory, Reuters.

 

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After a month of sadness and loss, China's quake survivors gave the Olympic flam an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers bagan a 3-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May. The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute silence in honor of 70 thousand killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has made a change of route bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporarily shelters. Excitement over the Olympics overwhelmmed by anxiety over their plight. The problem we have now is not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium so we weren't allocated a makeshift house. But we don't feel good staying here. The social order is bad. This woman's 16-year old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who is to blame . The children knew about the games and they were very happy. They said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there is nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad. Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next 3 days, its last stop before Beijing, where the cauldron wiill be lit and the games begin on Friday. [ 本帖最后由 vomit 于 2008-8-5 09:30 编辑 ]

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After a month of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roar with delight as 189 torch bearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May.

 

The run here in Guang'an, hometown of Communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute silence in honor of seventy thousand killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan as it has made a change of route by passing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watch the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plite.

 

The problem we have now is that we are not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated to the makeshift house. But we don't feel good staying here, the social lodge is bad.

 

This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics exchanged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame. The children knew about the Games, they were very happy, they said that they'd watch on TV.We've lost them now, and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad.

 

Mixed emotions that the torch makes its way to Sichuan over the next 3 days, its last stop before Beijing with the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday.

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After months of sadness and loss, China's quake-survivors give the Olympic flame an emotional welcome to Sichuan Province. Crowds roared with delight as 189 torchbearers began a three-day tour of the province devastated by a powerful earthquake in May. The run here in Guang'an, hometown of communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping, began with a minute's silence in honour of the 70,000 killed in the disaster. The quake delayed the flame's arrival in Sichuan and has made a change of route, bypassing hardest-hit areas like Dujiangyan. Thousands died here and more were left homeless. They watched the relay on TV from tents and temporary shelters, excitement over the Olympics overwhelmed by anxiety over their plight. "The problem we have now is we're not able to go back to our home and staying here is dangerous. The damage to our home is classified as medium, so we weren't allocated to the makeshift ties. But we don't feel good to stay here, the social order is bad." This woman's 16-year-old niece was one of hundreds of children killed when their school collapsed in the quake. Nationalist pride over the Olympics is tinged with grief and unresolved questions about who's to blame. "The children knew about the Games and they were very happy. They said they'd watch them on TV. We've lost them now and there's nothing we can do. When I think of them, I still feel very sad." Mixed emotions as the torch makes its way through Sichuan over the next three days, its last stop before Beijing where the cauldron will be lit and the Games begin on Friday. Susan Flory, Reuters.
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