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The price of success: China blighted by industrial pollution – in pictures

Wastewater discharged from a denim washing factory in Xintang. Villagers complain about the printing and dyeing factories’ wastewater that discharges into the local river, which in turn flows into the Pearl River delta

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lady washington, was in the movie pirates of the carribean. docks in aberdeen

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from ArchDaily

Gallery of PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan - 1

PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan,Exterior Rendered View. Image © Luxigon

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from ArchDaily

Gallery of PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan - 12

PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan,Vertical Circulation Diagram. Image Courtesy of PLP Architecture

Colorfull Dragon boats ~ human-powered watercrafts. Traditionally handcrafted, in the Pearl River delta region of southern China - Guangdong Province

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from the Guardian

China’s Pearl River Delta overtakes Tokyo as world’s largest megacity

Urbanisation in the Pearl River Delta

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from ArchDaily

China’s Pearl River Delta Overtakes Tokyo as World’s Largest Urban Area

China’s now-industrialized Pearl River Delta, seen in October 1973 (top) and January 2003 (bottom.) Vegetation appears red in these images.

How many of you know where is Shunde? (In Cantonese is pronounce as SUN TAK). Shunde District, is a district of Foshan in the Pearl River Delta, Guangdong Province, China. Yes Foshan! The place where Ip Man rules last time. Beside the famous martial arts and culture, they are famous for their foods as well. Now you no need to fly 4 and a … … Continue reading →

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Beijing smog makes city unliveable, says mayor

Beijing smog makes city unliveable, says mayor | World news | The Guardian

from ArchDaily

PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan

PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan | ArchDaily