A man eats near the rubble of a building destroyed by an 

A man eats near the rubble of a building destroyed by an earthquake in Lingguan town of Baoxing county in southwestern China's Sichuan province, Monday, April 22, 2013. The efforts under way Monday in mountainous Sichuan province after a quake Saturday that killed at least 188 people showed that the government has continued to hone its disaster reaction — long considered a crucial leadership test in China — since a much more devastating earthquake in 2008, also in Sichuan, and another one in 2010 in the western region of Yushu. (AP Photo)
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A man eats near the rubble of a building destroyed by an earthquake in Lingguan town of Baoxing county in southwestern China's Sichuan province, Monday, April 22, 2013. The efforts under way Monday in mountainous Sichuan province after a quake Saturday that killed at least 188 people showed that the government has continued to hone its disaster reaction — long considered a crucial leadership test in China — since a much more devastating earthquake in 2008, also in Sichuan, and another one in 2010 in the western region of Yushu. (AP Photo)
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