China On The Brink - psychology http://www.chinaonthebrink.com/taxonomy/term/134/0 en Earthquake shifts views of psychology in China http://www.chinaonthebrink.com/content/earthquake-shifts-views-psychology-china <p>He Quanjia picks up his six-year-old daughter so she can get a better view of the 211-foot-tall Big Goose pagoda, a Buddhist temple that attracts numerous tourists to Xian every year. He, his wife Gao Li, and their two young daughters, are visiting the 1,000-year-old temple that although is well-preserved, was closed to visitors for structural damage caused by the earthquake in Sichuan province last May.</p> <p><a href="http://www.chinaonthebrink.com/content/earthquake-shifts-views-psychology-china">read more</a></p> http://www.chinaonthebrink.com/content/earthquake-shifts-views-psychology-china#comments Travel Diary Beijing children earthquake Ganzu government Growing Pains psychology Shanghai Sichuan Xian Tue, 24 Jun 2008 03:45:08 -0600 Carol Schliesinger 363 at http://www.chinaonthebrink.com