For previous information, please check our previous post on the first and second day of the Ya'an/Lushan Earthquake.
Stories and Footage of Tragedy and Heroism
Photo streams: The Guardian shows the devastation witnessed during rescue efforts, middle-school students start up classes in their tent camp, in many places like Longmen village and Baoxing village the supply with basics like water, food and medication is still critical.
Rescue workers that carry old and injured out of Lushan county through the mud risk their lives as sudden landslides strike.
Xinhua captures four aerial shots of Lushan county, and CRI shows a series of photos of areas that were totally cut off from outside communication.
Finally, photos of the second night after the quake: Baoxing villagers sleep outside, some even sleep on the pavements without any blankets, more night shots
here and here.
This camera also caught a heavily trafficked west Chengdu Second Ring Road interchange getting rocked by the quake.
It was earlier reported that a number of pandas had climbed trees when the shaking started and then refused to come down. But the scared panda in this video never made it to the top.
In this video, the upper floors of a house crash through to the first floor.
Rescue workers in this video rush to a cut-off village to pick up an old woman and carry her out through the landslides covering the road.
Several rescue workers and locals lift three layers of cement to dig out a woman buried in the rubble.
Users of China's most popular social-networking site, Weibo, have donated a reported RMB80.4 million to Sina's various relief projects, including RMB38 million for "Hope project of financing students in Ya'an" and RMB13 million for "Donate to the stricken area in Ya'an. In the meanwhie, the Red Cross of China has collected RMB50 million along with large amounts of disapproval from citizens over what appear to be misappropriated funds from donors.
"One online message called for the public's help in finding Xu Jing, a 21-year-old woman. Xu had to go to a hospital in Ya'an, Sichuan province, because her mother was seriously injured in the earthquake, it said. But a telephone number listed for readers to call with information would charge excessive fees."
The World of Chinese has collected information on how to donate to various Chinese aid organizations.
Donors outside China, please check here for information on how to transfer money to the Red Cross of China.