Thứ Sáu, ngày 06 tháng 6 năm 2014

Đi theo Trung Quốc, Việt Nam sẽ thế này sao ?

Trung Quốc có vô số điều kinh khủng. Dưới đây là một số ảnh về sự khủng khiếp của các dòng sông, nguồn nước ở đó. Đi theo mô hình Trung Quốc, hợp tác toàn diện và chiến lược với Trung Quốc, cam kết 16 chữ vàng và tinh thần 4 tốt với Trung Quốc..., rồi Việt Nam của chúng ta sẽ thế này sao ?


THIS IS CHINA. If You Think China's Air Is Bad, You Should See The Water


REUTERS/China Daily
Two illegal chemical plants that were discharging their production waste water into the rain sewer pipes allegedly caused the Jianhe River in Luoyang, Henan province to turn red in December 2011.


REUTERS/China Daily
Chaohu Lake in Hefei, Anhui province, is one of the eight rivers and lakes in China that the country plans to treat under a $7.4 billion construction plan.
REUTERS/Jianan Yu
A child swims in a polluted reservoir, southwest of China's Guizhou province, in September 2006.

REUTERS/China Daily
A dead fish floats in water filled with blue-green algae at the East Lake in Wuhan, Hubei province August 20, 2012.

REUTERS/Stringer
A manufacturer of screws and nuts is situated next to a polluted river in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province.

REUTERS/Stringer
Polluted water from a rare earth smelting plant spews into a tailings dam near Xinguang Village. China supplies 97 percent of rare earths used worldwide, which are used for magnets, bearings and high-tech components that go into computers, vehicles and, increasingly, clean energy technology such as wind turbines and hybrid cars.

REUTERS/David Gray
Fishermen clean up oil near a major northern Chinese port after a pipeline blast leaked more than 1,600 tons of heavy crude into the sea in July 2010.

REUTERS/Stringer
A fisherman sits on top of a drain at a polluted canal in central Beijing.

REUTERS/David Gray
A fisherman scoops up algae-filled water from Chaohu Lake in Hefei, Anhui province, June 16, 2009.

REUTERS/Stringer
Dead fish are seen floating on a polluted river in Hefei, Anhui province.

REUTERS/Stringer
Fishermen walk through the muddy bottom of a polluted canal collecting fish in central Beijing.

REUTERS/David Gray
A woman walks on a bridge over a polluted river at a suburban area of Wenzhou, in Zhejiang province.

REUTERS/Carlos Barria
A sewage leak from a copper mine polluted a river and reservoir in July 2010, poisoning more than 4 billion pounds of fish.

REUTERS/Stringer
Workers clean up floating garbage on the Yangtze River near the Three Gorges reservoir in November 2009.

REUTERS/China Daily
Dead fish, attributed to sewage, are seen at a pond on the outskirts of Wuhan, Hubei province on April 21, 2009.

REUTERS/Stringer
Children fish in a polluted river covered with algae in Hefei, east China's Anhui province, July 18, 2006.

REUTERS/Jianan Yu
Potentially lethally polluted river water heads toward Harbin, one of China's largest cities at 9 million people, after an explosion at a petrochemical plant in November 2005.

REUTERS/China Newsphoto
Gnats cover railings along the East Lake in Wuhan, Hubei province in November 2009. The small flies appear in the lake because of water pollution and will leave when the temperature drops.

REUTERS/Stringer
A resident washes clothes in a polluted pond in Xiangfan, Hubei province, March 21, 2010.

REUTERS/Stringer
A man swims in a canal polluted with algae blooms caused by heat, in the center of Beijing on August 16, 2007.

REUTERS/David Gray
A fisherman jumps from his boat to the bank after fishing in the morning at a polluted river in Hefei, in east China's Anhui province, March 8, 2007.