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Reporter slogs into village Directed by local villagers, Sino-US.com reporter Wang Lingyu (front) trudges over 2 hours into the epicenter Lijiashan village of Longtoushan Township on August 6. Photo: Zhang Han

Ancestral grave A woman stands beside a ravaged ancestral grave of her family on August 6. People living in rural areas treasure their ancestral grave and they pay tribute to ancestors every year on Tomb Sweeping Day. Photo: Zhang Han

Lijiashan villager A Lijiashan villager returns to her rubbled house to look for her belongings on August 6. Photo: Zhang Han/Sino-US.com

Six-year-old body dug out of rubble The body of a six-year-old is dug out by soldiers at 7:50 pm on August 5 at Cunjiawan Village in Longtoushan Township. Photo: Zhang Han

Local villagers stay put A local villager stands in the rubble at the epicenter Longquan Village of Longtoushan Township in Yunnan on August 6. Villagers refused to move to tents because they want to take care of their crops and livestocks. Photos: Zhang Han

House in ruins A villager's house is in ruins at the epicenter Longquan Village of Longtoushan Township in Yunnan on August 6. Photo: Zhang Han

Rescuers ready to go Soldiers sit on a bulldozer ready for rescue operation at the epicenter Longquan Village of Longtoushan Township in Yunnan on August 6. Photo: Zhang Han & Wang Lingyu

Villagers receive instant noodle Local villagers line up to get instant noodle at the epicenter Longquan Village of Longtoushan Township of Ludian County in Yunnan on August 6. Photo: Zhang Han & Wang Lingyu/Sino-US.com

Earthquake baby Li Shiqiong looks at her newly-born child in Ludian People's hospital on Aug 5, 2014. Li ran out of her house when she saw it shaking the day the earthquake hit. "We call the baby "earthquake baby", said Fei Ning, a nurse from the hospital. Photo: China Daily

Yunnan Earthquake 8 Rescuers carry an injured child to a helicopter after an earthquake hit Longtoushan township of Ludian county, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Aug. 4, 2014. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 7 Photo taken on Aug. 4, 2014 shows the newly built temporary tents after an earthquake in Longtoushan township of Ludian county, southwest China's Yunnan Province. At least 398 people have been killed after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake rattled the province Sunday afternoon. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 6 Aerial photo taken on Aug. 4, 2014 shows the quake-hit Longtoushan Town of Ludian County in Zhaotong City, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The epicenter of the strong quake is in Longtoushan Town. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 5 Aerial photo taken on Aug. 4, 2014 shows the quake-hit Longtoushan Town of Ludian County in Zhaotong City, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The epicenter of the strong quake is in Longtoushan Town. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 4 Rescuers try to free a trapped child out of the rubble in the quake-hit Zhichang Township of Huize County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Aug. 4, 2014. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 3 Rescuers transport injured people after an earthquake in Ludian County of Zhaotong City in southwest China's Yunnan Province, Aug. 3, 2014. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 2 Houses are destroyed in the quake-hit Zhichang Township of Huize County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Aug. 4, 2014. Photo: Xinhua

Yunnan Earthquake 1 A rescuer carries a baby after an earthquake hit an area of Ludian county in Zhaotong in southwest China's Yunnan province on August 3, 2014. Photo: AFP

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