Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The dam on the great bend

All those dorks in chindu who were violently articulating about the peaceful rise of China told us about how China was building only small hydroelectric projects and not any dams. As more evidence of China's water wars emerge, there will not be any more reporting on this matter by chindu.
Chinese engineers propose world's biggest hydro-electric project in Tibet | Environment | guardian.co.uk
Zhang Boting, the deputy general secretary of the China Society for Hydropower Engineering, told the Guardian that a massive dam on the great bend of the Yarlung Tsangpo - the Tibetan name for the river - would benefit the world, despite the likely concerns of downstream nations, India and Bangladesh, which access water and power from the river.

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