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纪念世行贷款汶川地震灾后重建项目的难忘岁月

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作者(左3)与同事、世界银行专家在项目现场。摄影:华玛雅/世界银行


十年,对活着的人们而言,意味着游子回家的路会越来越近;但对于逝去的人们而言,他(她)在亲人的心中却越走越远……恰逢汶川地震十周年之际,我写下此文记忆参与世行贷款汶川地震灾后恢复重建项目历时八年的工作经历,感恩在这场深刻影响中国和撼动世界的自然灾害中为灾后重建付出心血和努力的人们。

Wenchuan Earthquake, ten years on: Building back stronger

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Photo:Mara Warwick/World Bank

It’s been ten years since the Wenchuan Earthquake struck China, leaving an everlasting scar on ravaged land, but also revealing the strong and unyielding will of the Chinese people.

Moving sounds from Sichuan to help victims of the earthquake

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Here's a project that makes beauty out of tragedy in the hope of helping alleviate it: an American folk artist and a Chinese electronica producer teamed up to create a unique soundtrack using sounds by survivors of the Sichuan - Wenchuan earthquake. Focusing on children who are still living away from their families, the seven tracks in the EP mix traditional songs by the kids with the sounds their parents make while they are hard at work, rebuilding the homes where they will all live together again.