Remembering the Wenchuan Earthquake, Ten Years Later

I lived on the fifth floor of the student residence at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, so I didn’t feel anything amiss on the afternoon of May 12, 2008. Professors with apartments in the faculty high-rise next door said they felt the building sway, a subtle signal that 1,000 miles away the earth had cracked open. WhatContinue reading “Remembering the Wenchuan Earthquake, Ten Years Later”