Shiao Lin was a village with 160 homes dotting a lush mountain valley. Today, it is a flattened plain of mud with just two homes standing on the edge of the mud.
The silence in this ghost of a village is a stark contrast to the chaos a week ago when Typhoon Morakot screamed through last weekend.
From the side of the road, Luo Yong Ling looks at what's left of her hometown and cries. Read full article »