On February 4, 1975, Chinese authorities claim to be the first to successfully predict an earthquake.
by Ned Kelly, 08 February 2019
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the deadly Sichuan Earthquake, a catastrophic event that rocked China and claimed over 80,000 lives.
by Tabatha Baylis, 12 May 2018
Statistics released in 2010 show at least 273,400 were killed by the earthquake in Gansu, with Haiyuan losing 73,604 people, nearly half of the county’s entire population.
by Jonathan Zhong, 16 December 2018
On February 12, a 4.3-magnitude earthquake shook the capital, causing many to wonder when or if the 'Big One' could strike major cities like Beijing and Tianjin.
by Justine Lopez, 24 February 2018
That's Beijing's Editor-in-Chief Oscar Holland tours Sichuan's earthquake villages.
by Oscar Holland, 19 August 2016
Mainly made up of clay, sand and straw, the house can reportedly withstand a 9.0 magnitude quake.
by Bailey Hu, 15 August 2017
The quake, which occurred at a depth of around 20 kilometers, was measured at a magnitude of 6.2.
by Matthew Bossons, 26 November 2018