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The Water Cries: Episode 9
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 9: When there is not enough water for everyone, people will risk their lives to get their share. Unfortunately there is no simple answer in finding a way to divide water equally. Water distribution has troubled the provincial leaders and farmers along the Zhang River as well as the Water Use Association i...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 10
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 10: Episode 10 examines the environmental change in northwestern China. For example, Zhangye in Inner Mongolia which used to be a famous area for its water and nature, is now experiencing draught and a lack of water resources. The eastern part of Juyanhai Lake which was one of the two large lakes in northw...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 12
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 12: Two of the major rivers of China Huanghe River and Changjiang River, originate from Qinghai province. There is a huge project in China to transfer water from one river to another in order to help northern cities, such as Tianjin and Xi'an, that have severe water shortages. Some experts say that these...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 1
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 1: To say that the water crisis in China is imminent is inaccurate. The crisis is already here, and the impact of the water crisis is seen in many regions across China. By examining the Dianchi Lake in Southwest China, we learn that certain fish species have disappeared, which was probably caused by lake p...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 7
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 7: The seventh episode examines floods and natural disasters in China and the attempts to harness rivers in order to distribute clean water. The constant threat of floods is real for most of China's people. More than half of the people have experienced either seasonal floods by the Yangtze River in the Sou...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 11
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 11: Episode 11 explores the feasibility of transporting water from water-rich areas to areas where water is scarce. In northern China they are faced with draught conditions while in southern China they are dealing with the opposite, as floods ravish the land. China is planning to transfer water in south Ch...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 15
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 15: The fifteenth episode of the documentary series deals with this question: 'Where do we find the answers to the water crisis problems?' Examples abound as to the severity of the water crisis problem: Maduo, a county located at the source water of the Yellow River, used to be known for having thousands o...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 6
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 6: Some traditional water sources, such as Dianchi Lake, are no longer famous for its native fish species because of the water pollution. The eco system of Dianchi Lake has been destroyed, which is mainly caused by waste water from chemical plants. One consequence of this kind of pollution is poisoned fish...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 13
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
EPISODE 13: Is there something China can learn from Israel about saving water? Israel is a country famous for water saving technologies and regulations while still experiencing rapid development. When flushing a toilet in any Chinese city, a person flushes away the amount of water desperately needed by a family fo...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 30 mins
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The Water Cries: Episode 14
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directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 9 secs
EPISODE 14: Saving water is one of the most effective ways to solve China's water crisis. This requires the cooperation of all people living in China. Experts in China advise that the best way to save water is to increase the price of water. For example, In Tianjin city in northern China, college students must use...
directed by Wang Meng (China: China International TV), 9 secs
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