Police prevented a Japanese TV crew from entering an area in Dujiangyan where a school had collapsed in the Sichuan earthquake. The family they had arranged to talk to were ordered to go on a “sightseeing trip” with officials.
“They didn’t want to go because they wanted to be at the school for [the quake's] one month anniversary. But they had no choice,” said the reporter. “We were forced to do a report in the road where we were stopped because we couldn’t get into the area.”