Ma Fucui of Xiang'e, China, holds up a brick from a school that collapsed in a May 12 earthquake and rubs off what appears at first to be cement. It actually is just sand. She said fraudulent construction methods led to the school's collapse.
Ma Fucui of Xiang'e, China, holds up a brick from a school that collapsed in a May 12 earthquake and rubs off what appears at first to be cement. It actually is just sand. She said fraudulent construction methods led to the school's collapse. Tim Johnson / MCT
Ma Fucui of Xiang'e, China, holds up a brick from a school that collapsed in a May 12 earthquake and rubs off what appears at first to be cement. It actually is just sand. She said fraudulent construction methods led to the school's collapse. Tim Johnson / MCT

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May 21, 2008 1:43 PM