Mainland China Center/Reported by Chen Jialing[Posted on 10/13 07:12 | 11:45 Update: New video and audio]
In July, Zhengzhou, China, experienced a once-in-a-millennium torrential rain disaster. Extremely rare heavy rainfall caused severe disasters. Heavy water poured into the subway to inundate the train cars, and instant floods poured into the Zhengzhou Jingguang North Road tunnel. Hundreds of vehicles were destroyed. By three months, there is now another torrential rain in Shanxi, China. However, the rain began on October 2, and more than 1.75 million people were evacuated. The Chinese official media was silent for 8 days before reporting. What is even more outrageous is the high-level CCP. The emergency distribution of disaster relief funds, equivalent to about 200 million Taiwan dollars, seemed generous, but netizens scolded them all. They directly criticized the central government for “Can you be more generous!” Because the amount received by everyone may not be enough for a meal.
▲▼Heavy rain in Shanxi, China! The whole train was suspended in the air, and many cars fell into the sinkhole. (Picture/Retrieved from China Weather Weibo)
In this torrential rain disaster in Shanxi, China, more than 1.75 million people have been affected by official statistics. The severe disaster has caused 13 deaths and 3 missing in 11 cities, 76 counties and municipalities. For this, the Shanxi Provincial Government urgently allocated RMB 50 million. (Approximately NT$218.05 million) For disaster relief funds, Chinese netizens divided the two numbers and said, “Really crying.”
▲Flood in Shanxi, part of the farmland, residential houses, and grain fields along the Fen River were flooded, and the disaster was severe. (Photo/provided by China News Service)
An emergency relief fund of 50 million yuan was allocated, of which 20 million yuan was used for emergency transfer and resettlement of disaster-stricken people, transitional life assistance, restoration and reconstruction of damaged houses, and relief payments to the families of those who died in the disaster. In addition, RMB 20 million will be used in areas that have been hit hard by the disaster to help drainage and dredging of farmland, repair farmland water conservancy facilities, and restore materials and materials needed for agricultural production. RMB 10 million will be used to rush to repair related projects and facilities damaged by floods.
Only 50 million yuan is equivalent to about 220 million Taiwan dollars. Some Chinese netizens divided the total amount of relief funds by 50 million yuan by the 1.75 million people affected by the disaster, and found that the official only spent 28.57 yuan (about NT$124) on one victim. Yuan), Chinese netizens called out “This relief fund, I really cried” and “A little more.”
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