China’s most recent earthquake, which hit Sichuan province on April 20, sparked not only a fervent outpouring of sympathetic volunteers and a large amount of donations, but also an online debate on how the aftermath of a disaster can be handled better by the government and private citizens alike. Here are a series of photos juxtaposing China, after the April 20 earthquake, with Japan -- a nation with expertise in earthquake prevention and rescue operations -- after its March 11, 2011, Tohoku earthquake, which was a 9.03 magnitude quake that triggered a massive tsunami.