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Officials on Thursday asked a longtime rival, Japan, to send 60 earthquake rescue experts, the first such team China has accepted from a foreign country during the current crisis and one of the few official relief missions China has ever accepted from abroad.
This week it also accepted help from at least three private relief teams from Taiwan, the self-governing island with which China has long had tense relations.
But the selective invitations to Japan and Taiwan — some foreign nations that have offered aid have so far been told that their services are not needed — may also show that China sees disaster relief as a tactical tool to improve ties with neighbors and soften its international image ahead of the Olympic Games in Beijing in August.
China is struggling to provide humanitarian aid to the hundreds of thousands left homeless even as it tries to increase search-and-rescue efforts for 40, buried or missing people scattered across remote villages in the serpentine valleys of Sichuan Province. The death toll has exceeded 21, while 14, others remain buried, the Sichuan provincial government said on Friday afternoon. Doctors say those who are alive but buried are running out of time. Many of the troops involved in rescue efforts appear to have little training in disaster relief and lack proper tools and equipment.
Some languidly picked at the rubble with their hands, unequipped with power tools to drill or saw through debris. Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, who is being portrayed in the Chinese media as exercising minute-to-minute supervision of the effort, sent more helicopters to ferry supplies and workers into areas inaccessible by road.