A Chinese orphanage is now a breeding ground for the world-first avian influenza pandemic.
It has also emerged as the breeding ground of an experimental new virus, a development that could help unravel the origins of the virus that killed thousands of people in China in the past two weeks.
The orphanage in Sichu province was established in the early 20th century to care for poor children, many of whom were abandoned by their families.
The children were separated from their parents during the pandemic and forced to fend for themselves, often living in the jungle or on their own.
In a city of roughly half a million, the children were isolated and forced into small, makeshift camps, where many of them developed pneumonia and pneumonia-like illnesses.
Sichuan authorities shut the orphanage and relocated most of the children to other camps.
They tried to find adoptive homes for the children, but they were too weak to take care of themselves.
So in 2010, they started working with other Chinese orphanages to bring more of their children to the orphanages and other centers.
By the time the pandemics hit, the orphans were living in crowded, filthy conditions, the authorities told the Associated Press.
The orphanage was the perfect place for the pandivirus, the government said.
It’s an experiment that could shed light on the origins and dynamics of the new pandemic, the AP reported.
“We hope this will be the beginning of a much larger and more scientific study of the origins, the dynamics of this pandemic,” a spokeswoman for the Sichuvans orphanage told the AP.
The Sichuu-based Sichuyang Sichua-Heng School of Veterinary Medicine is the only one of about 100 Chinese orphanagers in the country that is still active, said Lu Jiwei, the director of the Sichi Foundation for the Protection of Animals, which runs the orphan school.SICHUAN HANDSOLDERS of the orphaned children were fed chicken and other animal products and were kept on a diet of rice, corn, beans and vegetables.
It was a hard time for many of the families, Lu said.
They didn’t have enough money to buy food, so they often went hungry.
In one case, the orphanaged children starved to death.
The first cases of the pandeman were reported in May, when three people in the village of Zhenzhen died after contracting the virus from an infected dog.
A fourth person died in a hospital in Zhenyang on July 2.
In early July, another three people died from the virus in the same village, while a fifth died in the city of Shandong on July 3.
In the three days before the outbreak of the second wave, more than 100 people in Sichi died of the disease, according to the Schiu.
In Sichuo province, the number of confirmed cases rose to nearly 200,000.
The country has reported nearly 4,000 deaths, according the Ministry of Health and Welfare.
At the orphan farm, the Sihua family had a few surviving dogs and cats, but most of their animals died from pneumonia and other illnesses, Lu told the newspaper.
The new aviators in China are different from the ones found in the United States.
They are small, fluffy animals with no feathers and no teeth.
They have tiny, black eyes and a long nose.
The animals have been introduced to China because they can be found in markets in the U.S. and Europe, Lu, the spokeswoman, told AP.
China is the world leader in the development of new aviological viruses, which scientists believe are created by viruses that are genetically different from human viruses.
The virus that kills people in Shanghai in July, for example, came from a virus that was produced in China.
“If you’re going to have a virus with a unique genetic sequence, then you should try to get it into humans and to produce it in the laboratory,” said Joseph Lister, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of California at Davis who studies avian viruses.
But there is no evidence that the pandemen were produced by a human virus.
Instead, the pandemaker in China has been created by a newly emerging virus.
That’s because a new virus is born only once and that’s when it can survive in a host, the researchers said.
The researchers say the pandemate may have something to do with the fact that the Sicheux-Guangdong border is close to the northern Chinese city of Guangzhou.
They suspect that the first cases in China may have come from the border area and not from the Sishan area.
That border area is close by a highway that connects the city to the rest of China, and that area is believed to be the source of the viruses that have