China

China’s Environment Authorities To Screen Chemical Hazards Following Explosion

On Aug 12, two blasts ripped through a warehouse in Tianjin Port, where large amounts of toxic chemicals were stored, including around 700 tonnes of sodium cyanide. Death toll from the blasts exceed 160. Thousands of dead fish washed up ...
Read More
AIR PURIFIER IN XI’AN, CHINA HEADER

AIR PURIFIER IN XI’AN, CHINA

The city of Xi’an, China has built an air purifier that stands 330 feet tall to clean the air of its pollution.  Xi’an is home to 8.7 million people, is one of the oldest cities in China, and it has ...
Read More
Air Pollution Kills Over 5 Million People Every Year

Air Pollution Kills Over 5 Million People Every Year

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) 600,000 children die from toxic air each year.  Not only are the children dying the adults are dying at a rate of 5.5 million a year due to indoor and outdoor pollutions.  Most ...
Read More
Chinese Man Marries a Robot

Chinese Man Marries a Robot

Since a Chinese engineer has found it difficult to find love he decided to build and marry his own robot bride.  He was getting tired of getting pressured from his family and friends to get married so he decided to ...
Read More

Urbanization Helps China Eliminate Poverty

BEIJING - The greatest risk China faces in its historic modernization is the massive imbalance between urban and rural areas, according to the country's top agriculture official. "The most important and difficult task is to resolve issues concerning agriculture, countryside ...
Read More
Trash on Mount Everest

Trash on Mount Everest – Environmental Nightmare

Trash on Mount Everest has become quite an issue. In the last 65 years Mount Everest has been transformed from the most pristine area to a trash dump of camping gear, oxygen tanks, garbage, and human waste.  The surrounding areas ...
Read More
Mutant Butterflies

Mutant Butterflies In Fukushima

Researchers in Japan say they have found evidence that radiation from the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident has caused the mutation of dozens of butterflies. The mutant butterflies are assumed to be just one of many affected ...
Read More
China Law Says Children Must Not Ignore Parents

China Law Says Children Must Not Ignore Parents

Most of China’s adult children work and live over a thousand miles from their elderly parents which makes it hard to visit on a regular basis.  The new law called “Elderly Rights Law” says that adult children must maintain contact ...
Read More
China Antarctica Airfield

China looking to access Antarctica with permanent airfield

The frigid continent of Antarctica could prove to be the next location to become a geopolitical battleground, as China announcedthat it is preparing to build its first permanent airfield at the South Pole. The location, about 17 miles away from ...
Read More

Chinese waste-to-energy plant will be a mile in circumference

On the mountainous outskirts of Shenzhen, a fast-growing mega-city in China, the largest waste-to-energy plant in the world is on the horizon. You can bet that this disk-shaped trash-burning plant isn’t going to do any wonders for China’s notoriously bad air quality ...
Read More
Loading...