Huangpu River, China - Nicolas S

Huangpu River is the river that goes across Shanghai, China. In the early days, people fished in it, taking the water out of the river to drink. It is like mother nature to Shanghai people. But now, Huangpu River has been polluted by the factories. The water is not as clean as before. We should be caring about the water more than ever.

When I was still in Shanghai, my parents brought me to the boats that can get through the Huangpu River. My dad told me about his life when he was my age. He went to school by bus and riding bicycle. I was enjoying listening to the story and thinking about protecting the water in it.
 

Organization
Trinity College School
Collector
Alison Elliott
Contributor
Nicolas S

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