Wenchuan earthquake

Tang Yulan, 40, weeps amid the ruins of Beichuan Middle School, a month after losing her only daughter in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. About 4,700 schoolchildren died when more than 7,000 schools collapsed. Photo: Ricky Chung

The shame of Sichuan's tofu schools

Five years after the deadly earthquake in Wenchuan, Sichuan, dozens of parents are still seeking justice for children who died when their shoddily built schools collapsed. Other families, however, have abandoned their struggle over the years, under immense pressure from the government.