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The Yangtze River serves as Beijing's main water supply provider, thanks to a diversion project that currently serves around 50 percent of the Chinese capital's population.
Beijing Water Supply Replenished, Gets 2 Billion Cubic Meters from Yangtze River

People catch fish along the Yellow River after water and sediment regulation.
Philip Ball’s Book Defines China's Hydrological History

Wildlife Reserves Singapore Prepare To Open River Safari Attraction
Escaped Alligator from Flooded Farm becomes Next Meal of Hungry Chinese Villagers

With Typhoon Nepartak, China has experienced the worst flood since 1998.
Footage: Monsoon Rains Massive Damage to Hunan

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Rescuers evacuate residents from flood-hit areas in Chongqing, China, in this July 2, 2013 photo.
Heavy Rains Leave Dozens Dead in Southern China

The Backstreet Boys will perform on the first day of the Changjiang International Music Festival in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province, on April 30.
East China Music Festival Gears Up with the Backstreet Boys, Global Acts

Exploring other opportunities will help CTG keep up with the times, especially with new hydropower projects in decline, according to experts.
State-owned Energy Firm Eyes Other New Energy Options

President Xi Jinping is the General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee.
President Xi Jinping Urges Authorities to Plan for Supply-side Structural Reforms

Cranes and workers are seen at a construction site at a main pier of the Hutong Yangtze River highway and railway bridge above the Yangtze River, in Nantong, Jiangsu Province, China, April 25, 2015.
President Xi Jinping Rules Out Major Projects on Yangtze River

A newly born Yangtze finless porpoise (top) swims with his mother at the Hydrobiology Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Wuhan, Hubei Province, on June 3, 2007.
China’s Finless Porpoise Thrives in Yangtze River Reserve

Scientists dig ice cores in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau to study climate change.
Most of Permafrost on Tibetan Plateau May Be Gone by 2100: Scientific Report

Three decades after returning to their homeland, the population of David's deer--known as Milu deer to Chinese--has grown to over 3,000 in China.
Once-Extinct Milu Has Thriving Population in China

Relatives of the victims of the capsized ship Eastern Star mourn at the bank of the Jianli section of the Yangtze River, central China's Hubei Province, June 7, 2015.
Families, Officials, Rescuers Grieve for 431 Victims of Eastern Star Accident

The Chinese government is eyeing to boost the Yangtze River economic belt, developing a city cluster plan that was already handed out to three of the involved provinces.
China’s Provincial Governments Receive Yangtze City Cluster Development Plan

China has been strengthening its efforts to combat climate change.
China Bares Plan to Set Up New Urban Development Along Middle of Yangtze

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