Relatives of missing and dead firefighters, argue with policemen as they gather outside the government hall of Binhai New Area to request more information yesterday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Public anger grows as China confirms hundreds of tonnes of cyanide were held at blast-hit port of Tianjin

Families of firefighters clash with police as officials acknowledge hundreds of tonnes of chemicals were stored at one of the nation’s busiest ports

Topic |   Tianjin warehouse explosion 2015

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Relatives of missing and dead firefighters, argue with policemen as they gather outside the government hall of Binhai New Area to request more information yesterday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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Mandy Zuo

Mandy Zuo

Mandy Zuo joined the Post in 2010 and reports on China. She has covered a wide range of subjects including policy, rural issues, culture and society. She worked in Beijing before relocating to Shanghai in 2014.