A road worker walks past flowers placed under a bridge where a man drowned on Saturday in his flooded car, on a main road in Beijing on July 27, 2012. Chinese characters on the wraps read "One Rain, One Day of Mourning."
The storm that ravaged Beijing nearly a week ago and killed at least 77 people remains a sensitive topic in China, with a newspaper ordered to cut its coverage and online discussions curtailed, The Associated Press reports.
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