Would you fish in this river?

Photo | 2013-05-20

View from Qiantangjiang Dam. Many villagers use this part of the river for fishing and have little choice but to bear the pollution. The pollution is caused by wastewater from the nearby textile industry in Hangzhou, China. Dongying Wei and Guantong Shao are two local activists who have been investigating environmental pollution for over a decade.

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Zhāng Xiǎomíng says:

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