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seneca Post time: 2017-6-7 09:20
That is news, and news sometimes does not say whether what the news reports has any positive e3ffe ...

Excuses excuses, your information is incorrect, you should swallow your pride and apologise to the citizens of the cities you have maligned yet again.

The rivers in cities like Shenzen are indeed badly polluted but not a lot worse than many rivers in the USA and Europe were 50-60 years ago. River pollution has been a major problem in the past in Europe and elsewhere. The Thames was so polluted in the 1950s that not only did it stink to high heaven but there was no marine life (fish) in it. It took 25 years or so for the fish to start to return to the river.  

The pollution in India's rivers, especially the Ganges makes even the Yellow River pollution look like a pristine waterway.

Then there's the Sarno River in Italy, a couple like the Pasig River and many others, but if you want to see a truly horrific example of river pollution coupled with a stench that causes many people to bring up their last meal then the Citarum River that is located in West Java (Bandung etc), is by far the worst.

I could go on with a greatly expanded list including the Mississippi which is known as "Big Muddy" due to the brown colour that is caused by toxic pollutants, or the infamous  Cuyahoga River (Cleveland, Ohio) that caught fire in 1969!
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seneca Post time: 2017-6-7 13:51
I have no reason to apologise to the environmental polluters such as the Shenzhen authorities. If  ...

The salient fact is that you made yet another blanket statement that was baseless.
I have followed it and dealt specifically with the Shenzen and Guilin water treatment plants that you claimed did not exist.

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The salient fact is that you made yet another blanket statement that was baseless.
I have followed ...

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