The 2008 Summer Olympics will punctuate three decades of development and test China's global legitimacy. They've already transformed the way millions of people think and live. Seattleite and Fulbright researcher Daniel Beekman brings you Beijing.
May 18, 2008 4:14 PM
Posted by Daniel Beekman
Tomorrow (Monday) at 2:28pm, one week after a devastating series of earthquakes first shook Sichuan province, China will observe a three-minute silence. The Olympic torch relay, currently winding its way to Beijing, will be suspended for three days - out of respect for those affected by the disaster.
Interactive map of Beijing/China (including the earthquake's epicenter) - follow up on posts and get oriented:
More earthquake links:
Posted by Ashley Ladd
12:10 AM, May 19, 2008
I shall join you tomorrow in your 3 minutes of silence. My heart goes out to all the victims and your country.
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