Monday, August 17, 2015

He Xiaoxin: How Far Can I Go? And How Much Can I Do?

Journalist He Xiaoxin (和小欣) of The Beijing Daily (北京日报) traveled to report from the scene of the massive explosion in a chemical warehouse at the Tianjin port, in which 112 people have been reported killed so far. Dramatic photos and videos of the explosion traveled quickly around the world via the Internet. But in this photo essay, He provides an up-close, personal look at the devastation. Propaganda officials have since banned media from reporting on the explosion or posting stories that did not originate from Xinhua:

Great photos and first person account here


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Irish said...

Borrowed and posted. That leaves you awe struck.

Stackz O Magz said...

Thanks Irish

Paul, Dammit! said...

Holy God, it looks like Hiroshima. Or Bayonne, NJ.

Joking aside, those pictures, and all the destruction makes you see just how fragile the little lives we all build truly are.

Michael Downing said...

Found on Irish's site and reposted on Liberty & Preparedness site.

Stackz O Magz said...

Dude, it's devastating. The only way I knew what some of those cars were is because 3 of the Beetles didn't evaporate. And you are right, things like this show you how delicate we are when mayhem and destruction are involved.

Stackz O Magz said...

Thanks for sharing Michael.