Cockle pickers' families recall Morecambe Bay tragedy
On 5 February 2004 cockle pickers working in north-west England's Morecambe Bay were cut off from the beach by the rising tide.
Twenty-three Chinese workers died.
Ten years later, the BBC spoke to some of the families left behind - 6,000 miles (10,000km) from Morecambe, in China's eastern Fujian province.
Video produced by Michael Hirst
05 Feb 2014
- From the section Asia