According to China Earthquake Networks, an earthquake of magnitude 3.6 occurred in Lulong county, Qinhuangdao city, Hebei province, on May 21.

The quake emerged at 4:05 p.m. local time, with a focal depth of 8 kilometers (nearly 5 miles), an epicenter at 39.95 degrees north latitude, and 118.98 degrees east longitude.

The NTD News reported that one netizen in northern Tangshan Road realized the earthquake as he was picking his teeth, then his hands started shaking. Meanwhile, another netizen in Qian’an was sitting on the sofa, and the couch began to move.

The Hebei earthquake came just one day after a 4.8 magnitude earthquake hit Hanyuan County, Ya’an city, Sichuan province, on May 20.

Earthquakes are just one of the significant natural disasters that China has recently undergone across the country.

A mountain collapse occurred in Bijie City, Guizhou Province, on May 8, with three elderly people going missing.

On May 9, heavy rain hit Guangnan County in Yunnan Province, causing trees to topple and destroying electrical poles and guardrails.

Meanwhile, ten places in Guangdong issued warnings for heavy rain with over 100 millimeters of rain within 3 hours on May 11.

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