Beijing chaos after record floods in...
Post-Purge, Uncensored Anti-Bo Sentiment Floods Weibo. reports from Beijing on Weibo uncensored:
Peking Man World Heritage Site one of 160 sites damaged in flooding.
Rumor of Economic Observer Shuttering Quashed - But Its Report on Victims of the Beijing Floods Still Missing.
Driest Spanish weather for 70yrs. Worst floods in Beijing for 60 and hottest weather ever in US. Sadly nature is biting back
Crowdsourcing a Crisis Map of the Beijing Floods: Volunteers vs Government
Floods in Beijing: The heaviest rainstorm in sixty years hit China's capital in July and caused major flooding. ...
Good job Beijing! They'll build 20 underground pools to avoid a repeat of the floods. Manila, step up!
Jiro Wang slammed for insensitivity towards victims of Beijing floods
Bill McKibben scientists warn is causing floods that overwhelm infrastructure.
Beijing scientists warn global warming is causing floods that overwhelm China's infrastructure.
Around 40 nuns of the St. Joseph’s Congregation in Beijing are among thousands displaced after the heaviest rainstorms in six decades struck the region in July, severely damaging their convent.At least 79 people were killed and nearly 57,000 people were evacuated, according to the official Xinhua Ne...
My family needs some help. My cousin is studying Chinese in Beijing and hasn't been heard from since the floods.
Tourists returned home after stranding amid Beijing floods hundreds of tourists stranded in Beijing airports
Avoid the Beijing paradigm where the worst floods in 60 years are causing havoc, according to the NYT July 27th A10. USA municipalities cou…
Once again the city of Beijing is being threatened by the possibility of floods. Stay safe everyone! It's wet out there!
Heading "home" again...can't wait to be swept away by Beijing floods... (@ Terminal 2 w/ 7 others)
The shifting official death toll following recent deadly floods in Beijing raises more questions than it answers
deadly cast doubt on China's building boom via
Government may face a due to the recent in
6,700-plus makeshift homes to be erected for residents affected in July 21
After the Beijing floods: Why does China obscure death toll statistics? | (via
Floods in Beijing: Under water and under fire | The Economist
Dramatic Images Beijing ravaged by massive floods
China news - About 160 historical sites were damaged in floods caused by the heaviest rainfall in six decades in Beijing and suburbs.
Beijing's propaganda chief has ordered Chinese media to stick to good-news about weekend floods, according to a report, after the death of at least 37 people sparked fierce criticism of the government.
News: A flood of positive news in China
The death toll from the worst rains to hit Beijing in more than 60 years has risen to 77, China's official Xinhua news agency said Thursday, more than doubling previous figures.
The map reminded me of the very first "webpublished" earthquake in 1995 in Kobe (Japan) ... when we were one of the first internet companies in Belgium and could show the potential of the web to our really surprised clients. Almost 18 years ago.
More rain is expected to hit Beijing this week, barely giving residents time to cope with Saturday's catastrophic deluge. The torrential downpours - the heaviest in China in 60 years - have left 37 dead, a death toll that may continue to rise as rescuers search buildings that collapsed amidst the st...
China accused of censoring Beijing flood damage, deaths: Worst rainstorm to hit the capital in six decades has g...
China more than doubles death toll from Beijing floods
Like mosquitoes after a rainstorm, disasters in China are inevitably followed by persistent, nagging and uncomfortable questions about how many people died.
Beijing floods: Death toll climbs to 77-
Unprecedented: China CCTV anchor reads names of 66 people who died in Beijing floods. Weibo outcry for transparency evidently helped.
Number of people killed by floods in Chinese capital Beijing climbs to 77, say state media
China media: Floods and Olympics: Morning newspaper round-up: More questions over the Beijing floods while paper...
Love this smart China Daily cartoon on the Beijing floods.
While netizens focus on the floods in Beijing, the state-run media has pointedly avoided the situation. The day after torrential rains crippled the capital, six newspapers ran the following headline from a speech by President Hu Jintao, as capturing in an image on Weibo:
Weekend floods in Beijing caused "significant losses" and casualty numbers are still being tallied, the head of the worst-hit district has said, as residents of China's capital question the official toll.
What has been described as the "heaviest rain in six decades" left at least 37 people dead and raised criticism about Beijing's infrastructure and the government's response to disasters.
Lots of discussion in China (BBC in English if your Mandarin is not up to speed) about the floods and Typhoon Vincente's apparent lack of damage in Hong Kong. I'm suspicious about what happened south of there. My models were showing $8-10 Billion for Vincente post-landfall. Some test runs of a ri...
Beijing floods: not enough prevention - The Guardian
Beijing official points to lack of prevention after floods kill 37
Beijing floods: not enough prevention: To keep people safe from freak storms, like the one that ...
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news Beijing floods caused ''significant losses'': official
Chinese blogger on Beijing floods -- “In my brief existence, a once-in-a-century solar eclipse has happened twice, a once-in-500-year flood has happened ten times, and a once-in-a-millennium earthquake has happened twice. The only thing that hasn’t happened is the once-every-five-year general election.”
Media ordered to stick to good news
We were fortunate down in the Pearl River Delta to have very few (if any) casualties from Typhoon Vicente, which crashed into our shores this week. Beijing, which faced its own storm over the weekend, wasn’t nearly as lucky.
Ridiculous China censors coverage of deadly floods
Lots late nite chatter on a spike in Beijing floods death toll, state media seems to tweak wording to prep public for shock
Reminds me how incredibly lucky we are, American politics aside.
China censors coverage of Beijing floods
Don't believe what you hear if I ever disappear
China censors coverage of deadly Beijing floods: Beijing authorities have reportedly ordered Chinese media to st...
censors coverage of deadly Beijing floods
China censors coverage of deadly Beijing floods
(July 23) A weekend storm that dumped as much as 16 inches of rain in Beijing, the most since records were first kept 60 years ago, left many dead. At least 37 died in the capital, 15 more were kil...
To some it was an unanticipated natural disaster, but other citizens and experts claim that flood damage reveals bad planning.
The official death toll from the weekend floods in Beijing has risen to 37.
The heaviest rainfall to hit China's capital Beijing in 60 years has left at least 35 people dead and stranded thousands at the main airport.
Flooding that killed more than three dozen people in Beijing this weekend sparked anger and questions over how a city lauded for its new infrastructure and rapid modernization could suffer so tragically.
A freak storm in China’s capital killed at least 37 people over the weekend, sparking anger and questions over poor infrastructure in the world’s second-largest economy. The violent rainstorm – the worst Beijing has seen in more than six decades
China braces for more wet weather after the heaviest rainfall to hit Beijing in six decades kills at least 10 people and leaves cars and buses submerged, and 10 other storm deaths are reported elsewhere.
Survived the Beijing floods but glad to have a bed finally at 10pm after walking through swamped streets.
Chaoyang District, Beijing. Police car had some trouble driving up my street after the storms, so some helpful (read: drunk) citizens helped them push it thr...
The heaviest rain to hit Beijing in 61 years left at least 10 people dead over the weekend, while more downpours were forecast for northeast and southwest China, state media said Sunday.
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