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Jul 7, 2015

The Grass In China Is Greener If You Want To Go Swimming

The Grass In China Is Greener If You Want To Go Swimming

China is fast turning into the world's most important economic powerhouse, but with that comes the fact it is also turning into the world's biggest polluter.
One of the results of all this pollution are the green algae covered seas and lakes in which people try to swim.
Looks refreshing.

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A boy swims in the algae-filled coastline of Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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Residents walk amidst the algae-filled coastline of Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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A view of the algae-filled coastline of Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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A resident tastes algae as he stands on an algae-filled coastline in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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Residents remove green algae from a net on the beach in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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Children play at an algae-covered beach in Haiyang © China Stringer Network / Reut/REUTERS

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A man carries floats as he walks on an algae covered beach as a truck collecting algae passes by, along the coastline in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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A fisherman rides past an algae-covered beachside in Rizhao © China Stringer Network / Reut/REUTERS

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People play volleyball on algae-covered beach in Shandong province © Nir Elias / Reuters/REUTERS

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A local boy sits in a pile of algae as his friend runs on top of it at a beach in Qingdao © Nir Elias / Reuters/REUTERS

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A tourist from Tianjin is covered with sand as he rests next to a pile of algae on a beach in Qingdao © Nir Elias / Reuters/REUTERS

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A man sits on a pile of algae as he rest after a swim at a bathing beach in Qingdao, Shandong province © Nir Elias / Reuters/REUTERS

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A pair of slippers is seen at an algae-filled coastline in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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A man covers himself in algae as he plays with his friends at a seaside in Qingdao © China Stringer Network / Reut/REUTERS

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People walk through algae-covered seaside in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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A boy plays on an algae-covered seaside in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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Algae is pictured on the shoulders of a swimmer along the seaside in Qingdao © China Daily China Daily Infor/REUTERS

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