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China's Frontier Towns

Will China dam its last free-flowing river?

by Rob Schmitz Feb 2, 2016
The Nu River, along China's border with Burma, is at the center of a controversy.
China's last free-flowing river, the Nu, runs along its border with Burma. For years, government officials have planned to build a series of 13 dams along the river to generate electricity. Environmental groups in China and Southeast Asia have protested the plans.
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