China News Service, Kunming, June 10 (Han Shuainan) China Earthquake Networks officially determined that a magnitude 5.1 earthquake occurred in Shuangbai County, Chuxiong Prefecture, Yunnan Province (24.34 degrees north latitude, 101.91 degrees east longitude) at 19:46 on June 10, the focal point The depth is 8 kilometers.

  There are 10 villages within 5 kilometers of the earthquake, including Mixidu, Guangming Village, and Fanian Village, and the towns within 20 kilometers of the earthquake include Anlongbao Township and Damaidi Town.

  The epicenter was 31 kilometers from Xinping Yi and Dai Autonomous County, 45 kilometers from Yimen County, 47 kilometers from Shuangbai County, 54 kilometers from Eshan Yi Autonomous County, 64 kilometers from Hongta District, 65 kilometers from Yuxi City, and 113 kilometers from Kunming City.

  According to the China Earthquake Network Express Catalogue, a total of 61 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or above occurred within 200 kilometers of the epicenter in the past five years. The largest earthquake was the magnitude 5.9 earthquake that occurred in Mojiang County, Pu'er City, Yunnan Province on September 8, 2018 (distance from this time). The epicenter was 124 kilometers).

  Netizens in Kunming City, Yuxi City and many other places said the tremor was obvious.

Netizens in Yimen County, near Shuangbai County, said that the earthquake felt strong.

  Shuangbai County is a county under the jurisdiction of Chuxiong Yi Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan Province. It is located in the middle of Yunnan Province. It is an important ecological barrier at the source of the Red River, the core area of ​​the Ailao Mountain National Nature Reserve, and an important birthplace of the Yi nationality’s "Sansheng" culture. .

Shuangbai County is also known as the "Green Pearl in Central Yunnan" and the "Hometown of Tiger Culture of the Yi Nationality in China".