Rocky renewal in Tibetan City
A 2010 earthquake in Yushu, China, killed thousands and left hundreds of thousands more homeless. It was one of the worst natural disasters in recent Chinese history. The Chinese Government expensed millions of dollars to rebuild the city from the ground up. However, the reconstruction process hasn't been without its problems. Unfinished monasteries have left hundreds of monks and nuns homeless, forcing them to live in tents. Tensions have also risen amongst different minority and majority groups in the city. The slow progress of reconstruction must be addressed before problems escalate.
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