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Pollution in China

 This image from Reuters struck a terrible chord with me on China and the life of China’s next generation. This is a photo of a man cleaning up dead fishes, over 120,000 pounds of dead fish in Wuhan, Hubei province that died due to pollution and the weather. China must do all it can to control this dangerous spread in pollution, before we know it, it will devour our country.

I have made a followup post here.

24 Responses to “Pollution in China”

  1. lutymishima:hellokitty.com Says:

    Ohh and it’s happening all around the world …. :(

  2. chupopo:kuririnmail.com Says:

    I agree with lutymishima、 it’s everywhere :/

  3. yingdong:hellokitty.com Says:

    yes, but as bad as this?

  4. E1000y Says:

    Don’t agree. Sorry Lutymishima. They don’t have no clean water there. I’ve been there, I can tell. And it’s even worse than anything seems to be. When there’s actual control publication (if there ever is any, because If there’s anything I don’t doubt, it is authorities’ censorship talent) then we’ll have a good laugh that’ll last a looong time. Because laughing will most surely be the only thing left we can do.

  5. E1000y Says:

    Hey, Poster, do you happen to have references for this photograph? I’d like to get one with a better definition

    Thanks for your time

    Emilie

  6. lutymishima:hellokitty.com Says:

    oh yeah every now and then I see those kind of things happens here… and on another places too…

  7. yingdong:hellokitty.com Says:

    Emilie, the photo’s original quoted source is Reuters, I first saw it in large print on the scmp, a hong kong newspaper. I don’t know of another high resolution websource..sorry.

  8. tingal79:hellokitty.com Says:

    That’s a really sad sight. They really need some standard over there.

  9. lutymishima:hellokitty.com Says:

    But unfortunately there’s a lot of places here in Brazil where people really don’t have clean water, or energy or any help from the government…
    What I mean is that all the world is suffering, and the kind of things I see in my country, which really is a third world country, it’s just like or worst than that… ’cause just like happens in China, or wherever in the world, some people can be really rich only by the poverty of others…

  10. Posito Says:

    This is terrible…anyone now what people in China think about this? Do they even know about this?

  11. E1000y Says:

    Ok, sorry then Lutymishima, this was my point of view as a western girl living in the very preserved french countryside… I didn’t know you where from Brazil, and I didn’t know it was as bad there as it is in China. Things aren’t good in Russia or in India either , so this leaves us with a pollution-concerned BRIC.

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    But unfortunately there’s a lot of places here in Brazil where people really don’t have clean water, or energy or any help from the government…
    What I mean is that all the world is suffering, and the kind of things I see in my country, which really is a third world country, it’s just like or worst than that… ’cause just like happens in China, or wherever in the world, some people can be really rich only by the poverty of others…

  12. yingdong:hellokitty.com Says:

    What is a BRIC?

    I am not sure that people in China know about this, they do talk about pollution but it’s focused mostly on industrial effects.

  13. Daniel Says:

    I couldn’t understand some parts of this article Pollution in China, but I guess I just need to check some more resources regarding this, because it sounds interesting.

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  15. Banoota-cuta Says:

    Oh Thats horrible..
    Peolple Should try to STOP IT!!
    Let’s Work On It Peolple..

  16. Jack Says:

    Its a image from Bangladeshi rever, I think it because People poison the water.

  17. Katie Cardwell Says:

    My name is Katie Cardwell and I am 16 years old. I would like to use a photograph of the pollution in china with all the dead fish. I would like to use it for a project which i will be sending to save the world to educate people on how we are destroying the planet. Could you please give me permission to use this image, or the name of the person who the copyright as their is no profit or gain to be made from it. Please email me at katie_lovin_liam@yahoo.com

  18. yingdong:hellokitty.com Says:

    This image is not from bangladesh, it is from Wuhan in China, maybe India has the same problem?

  19. tash Says:

    WHAT A LOAD OF CRAP CHINA NEED TO SORT IT OUT BECAUSE OF THEM ENGLAND GETS SHIT WEATHERR…FOR PEOPLE WHO WORK OUT DOORS AND CANT GET ON WITH THERE JOB BECAUSE OF SHTTING PLACES LIKE CHINA….ENGLAND DOES ALL IT CAN TO STOP THE POLLUTION NOW WHY CANT THESE OTHER FUKING COUNTRIES DO THE SAME SORRY BUT I FEEL REALLY STRONG ABOUT THISS..ITS PISSES ME OFF…SORT IT OUT OTHER WISE YOUR GRANDCHILDRENS CHILDREN AINT GONNA SEE THE WHOLE OF THERE LIFES…

  20. yingdong:hellokitty.com Says:

    It is certainly a problem, but I’m not sure you can state it like that, England was the worst polluter of the industrial world 200 years ago, and today it has no forest or trees left. China should not do the same mistake but it would be a mistake to lay blame like that, afterall, what is England doing to help China on this if anything?

  21. Stephen Says:

    I am from New Zealand. Probably the only green and clean country left… good bye cruel world…

  22. Zach Says:

    you guys are acting like this is important or something…
    well good cuz this is and i think that we need to make a stand and fight this polluting problem we need to make a group to fight this…if yooure willing email me at: -soccaboii@gmail.com- or at -koopa_kid95@hotmail.com

  23. Thanks for posting Says:

    Thank you and also for this space. Please also visit our Website for other issues on China. http://www.tibetanphotoproject.com

  24. Greg Watson Says:

    It’s very bad, judging from the picture.

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