Two earthquakes have hit south-west China, leaving at least five people dead and damaging more than 20,000 houses, state-run media report.
A quake with a 5.7 magnitude was felt at the border of Yunnan and Guizhou provinces at 11:19 Beijing time (03:19 GMT), says Xinhua news agency, citing the China Earthquake Networks Centre.
More than 20,000 houses were damaged, it added, citing government sources.
State broadcaster CCTV put the death toll at six in Yunnan.
An official from Guizhou told the Agence-France News agency by phone that no deaths were reported in the province.
Users of the Twitter-like weibo reported people rushing out of shaking office buildings.