It's mobilizing aid for its sister city, the capital of China's earthquake-stricken Sichuan Province.
After 20 hours of persistence, Chengdu firemen pulled a man from the rubble of a collapsed hospital.
In one Sichuan town, Chinese relief workers fill the streets as the overall death toll nears 15,000.
Earthquake experts say the collapsed schools may be a sign of poor construction despite adequate building codes.
A Christian Science perspective on daily life.
The country's deadliest quake in three decades hit central China Monday.