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Fighting Against the Worst Flood (2002)
A dyke is being dug to channel water flooding into Bijiaxiang, Northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, back into the Weihe River. About 4,000 cubic meters of water is expected to flow through the 200-meter-gap per second.
Floods Disrupt Lives of 350,000 People
About 350,000 people are being affected by sudden and heavy rainfall and floods in the Yellow and Huaihe river valleys.
Two Explosions and Flooding Kill at Least 18
Two separate explosions over the weekend killed at least 14 people, and the demise of four trapped coal miners was confirmed.
Floodwater Enters East China's Shandong Province
Death Toll from Typhoon Dujuan Rises to 40
Weihe River Water Level Drops, but Huaxian County Remains Dangerous
Weihe River Valleys to Expect More Rain in Next 10 Days
Relief Team Sticks to Position at Flood-isolated Embankment in NW China
15,000 Houses Destroyed by Continuous Rainstorms in E. China City
Troops Move in to Help Fight Flooding in NW China
Five Confirmed Dead in Inner Mongolia Coal Mine Flood
The Red Cross Society of China's bank account and hotline for public donations:
Telephone Number:
Bank: the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), Dongsi Nan Branch Beijing
Bank Account Name: the Red Cross
Society of China (RCSC)
Bank Account Number: 02000010090144132-52
Mail: redcross@
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