Residents of the Pearl River Delta have been shocked recently to hear reports that more than half of the waterways in Shenzhen are black, polluted and smelly. Photo: AFP
Residents of the Pearl River Delta have been shocked recently to hear reports that more than half of the waterways in Shenzhen are black, polluted and smelly. Photo: AFP
Residents of the Pearl River Delta have been shocked recently to hear reports that more than half of the waterways in Shenzhen are black, polluted and smelly. Photo: AFP
He Huifeng
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Pearl Briefing by He Huifeng

Shenzhen is losing its fight against pollution in main rivers

Despite spending billions of yuan since 2000, the city is losing its fight against water pollution

Residents of the Pearl River Delta have been shocked recently to hear reports that more than half of the waterways in Shenzhen are black, polluted and smelly. Photo: AFP
Residents of the Pearl River Delta have been shocked recently to hear reports that more than half of the waterways in Shenzhen are black, polluted and smelly. Photo: AFP
Residents of the Pearl River Delta have been shocked recently to hear reports that more than half of the waterways in Shenzhen are black, polluted and smelly. Photo: AFP
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He Huifeng

He Huifeng

He Huifeng is an award-winning journalist who has reported on China since 2001. She has gained an in-depth knowledge of political, economic and social issues in mainland China through years of close observation, which has given her a love for journalism in the field.