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QWhat is the loss of life in China in this earth quake ?

In the recent earthquake , what is the loss of life in China .
What we can do for them in this need of the hour .

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#1JaredNN1Answered at 2012-11-18 06:00:45
not so bad come 12,000 had died but hey look on the bright side 15,000 children born today will anywayz : ( and it does have a lot of people left so ..
#2MacailaAnswered at 2013-01-09 06:53:50
Deaths are somewhere in the region of 10,000 right now is terrible. As for help , if you wait a few days there will be fundraisers , all you need to do is a small chip to make a difference . I'm pretty sure this is going to take a while to recover and that will be expensive , so every donation counts .
#3YW paperAnswered at 2013-03-26 00:55:22
It's like saying more than 100,000 on the radio ... no idea how to help, like a number so huge , so sad x
#4Michelle G Answered at 2013-06-27 11:08:54
last time I check.. 10,000 + and another 18,000 buried. what you can do "in the need of hour" is pray for strength and not be like that jack azz above me.
#5AnonymousAnswered at 2013-07-30 20:48:36
According to the Chinese government 12000 people have lost their lives so far.
#6AnonymousAnswered at 2013-08-14 14:28:30
right now its around 10,000 and might go above
#7cristiano ronaldoAnswered at 2013-12-16 23:58:54
12,000 people at this time, with more than that number missing. The status of 100 giant pandas in the Wolong Nature Preserve is unknown.

Where you live determines what you can do for them. I would donate money to the International Red Cross. If you live in China, donate blood. Google Panda and maybe there is an organization that will be fund an investigation into the missing Pandas. Keep your eyes open for news that will tell you specific needs - blankets, water, food, etc and the sites where you can drop off those items.
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