Via The Standard :
" Agricultural authorities have culled about 95,000 chickens following an outbreak of the H5N1 bird flu virus in northwest China.
The outbreak in Touying township of the Ningxia region was discovered after more than 23,000 chickens began showing symptoms.
The Ministry of Agriculture said the "epidemic is now under control" and that work teams have been sent to the area to step up prevention measures.
In January, a man in Guizhou province died after contracting the bird flu virus, the second such fatality reported in the mainland this year, health authorities said.
China is considered one of the nations most at risk of bird flu epidemics because it has the world's biggest poultry population."