und involved in ja

cking up vegetable

prices. The maximum fine fo▓r busi

worse."She told me it was perfect▓ly normal to feel uncomfortable about people's questions ab▓out my injury, but I should understand that my new classmates only asked because they cared about me," he said."She also encouraged me to ▓accept my injury as a part of the 'new me', and that there was nothing to be ashamed of. Now, I have no problem explaining about the earthquake and what happened, but I don't

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ugh the▓ muscles in

-hit Yunnan prov

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his left leg were b

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elow the knee, the

doctors tre

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to avoid amputation. However

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ompleting hi

s studies in juni▓or hi

gh school at the temporary

tent campus in Ying

xiu, Feng began attending a

and vegetables. The dry weather has been ▓ra

vaging south

west China for months, aff

ecting 61.3 million 

  • residents and 5 million hectares of crops in Guizhou, Yu
  • nnan, Sichuan, Chongqing, and Guang▓xi. The worsening drought has d
  • amaged wide swa▓thes of vegetables and sparked sh
  • arp price hikes. M▓any vegetable prices have more than doubled. H
  • ou Junf▓a, a purchasing manager in a hotel in Nanning, capita
  • l of Guangxi, said vegetable pric▓es continued to

surge even after the Chinese Lu

nar New Year

when prices usual

ly fall. Wang Wenying, a

wholesaler in Nanning, said th▓at prices of onion and pota