Performers dance during the traditional “Anzhaonadun” festival, at Minhe Hui and Tu autonomous county in Haidong city, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, Aug 25, 2015. 

The traditional “Anzhaonadun”, which means “hearty entertainment” in Tu language, is an annual carnival observed by the Tu people to honor the year’s crop production. This 63-day-long festival, dubbed as the “World’s Longest Carnival”, kicked off here Tuesday.

China - orphaned children -300 orphaned kids attended YuShu School for Orphans on the QingHai Tibetan Plateau when the main school buildings and the dormitory were flattened by an earthquake.  

Fortunately the quake was at 7:45am and all except one child were eating in the Cafeteria, which was the one building to remain. 

These two are playing outside temporary school buildings built by the Chinese army at a new location in YuShu 5 days after the quake.