Guizhou Province, China ??— Lite Pimp (@litepimp) July 12, 2020
Floods continue to bombard China, shredding infrastructure, and leaving nearly 1 million people displaced.
.#China #flooding #YangtzeRiver #ThreeGorgesDam #StopYulin pic.twitter.com/J2RRgCMU3B
#China floods are almost invisible in international media, the people of China are suffering huge losses as CCP govt in China ordered to release water from Dam’s flooding many regions pic.twitter.com/XWZdhZX26P— CautiousHero (@HeroCautious) July 10, 2020
It’s been over a week since China’s #ThreeGorgesDam started to release flood water. An expert says the water’s speed is 25 times more powerful than a natural #flood.— China in Focus – NTD (@ChinaInFocusNTD) July 11, 2020
‘Rain’ and ‘waterfalls’ spotted inside #China’s tallest building.
Premiere 9:30 pm ET ?https://t.co/5Y1RalkUEP pic.twitter.com/3rODewg6Ps
Xiaolangdi also started flooding!— The Underground Silk-Railroad Communique (@UndergroundSilk) July 8, 2020
Sudden flood discharge will inevitably lead to the risk of dam breaks in the dry and cracked river bed downstream! Downstream people are at increased risk of disasters!#China #Weather pic.twitter.com/ifIuHkJveT
Nearly 14 million people in 26 different provinces in China have been affected by storms and floods since early June. Three-quarters of million people have been evacuated from the worst affected areas.
Wuhan in Hubei province, has upgraded its emergency flood response to Level 2 from Level 3, (of four), after days of heavy downpours inundated it.
Authorities warned in March that Wuhan and other flood-prone cities on the Yangtze’s middle reaches faced higher than usual levels of rainfall this year.
An expert is warning that the famous Three Gorges Dam might collapse. It is also in Hubei Province. This expert reminds us that the western experts called in to perform a quality inspection which condemned the welding were chastised for being “racist.” 400 million people live downstream, many in Shanghai and Wuhan.