As the earthquake anniversary nears, how people are marking the sad day.
An update on the 12-year old girl who lost both legs in the earthquake.
Our time here is winding down, and as I think over the many people I've met and places I've been on this trip, I'm especially grateful for one encounter in particular.
An update to my earlier post about the super-sized billboards outside what will become the new city of Beichuan.
An official sent from Beijng to plan the new Beichuan achieves rock star status.
Moments of grief, candor, and optimism in old and new Beichuan
Huang Meihua was at school when the earthquake struck. Her parents were miles away. They walked four days to reach her, with no knowledge of their daughter's fate.
All week, I'll be writing about the stories behind the stories you hear on the radio. A sort of DVD extra, blog style.
As we prepare for next week's broadcasts, a preview of what's to come.
The May 1st holiday arrives, and visitors flock to Chengdu's Tianfu Square for photos and sightseeing.
A collector takes us inside his warehouse, home to hundreds of thousands of artifacts representing modern Chinese history, with the newest additions being earthquake memorabilia.
A gigantic floral display is ready for the May Day holiday in Chengdu.