Environmental clean-up efforts bumping up against China’s mariculture plans
China’s desire to pursue ambitious mariculture plans is bumping up against a new government effort to clean up coastal waters. A new series of “redline” zones where various forms of industry are forbidden includes much of the Bohai Gulf region around Shandong Province – including key seafood production hubs like Qingdao and Yantai. Read more
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The river of blood: Locals are horrified to see river that runs through their town has turned bright red in scene 'like a horror film'
Residents of a Chinese city were horrified on Monday when they discovered a river in their town had turned blood-red with a pungent smell. Footage shows how bright red water burst out from a pipe at the side of the waterway and ran into the Lianxi river in Jiangxi Province, south-east China. Read more