Mao’s War on Nature. Materials for Introduction. Dujiangyan Irrigation Project. http://www.chinatravel.com/album/userupload/coconut/20080519035505761-m.jpg.
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Materials for Introduction
Dujiangyan (simplified Chinese: 都江堰; traditional Chinese: 都江堰; pinyin: Dūjiāngyàn) is an irrigation infra-structure built in 256 BC during the Warring States Period of China by the Kingdom of Qin. It is located in the Min River (Chinese: 岷江; pinyin: Mínjiāng) in Sichuan province, China, near the capital Chengdu (成都, Chéngdu). It is still in use today and still irrigates over 5,300 square kilometers of land in the region. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dujiangyan_Irrigation_System
First minute is good
Broad but limited look
The Tourist View
The Pop Video
Airheads at the water project (Miss International 2011 Visit Dujiangyan Irrigation System)
Short 1 minute video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/407493/chinas_grand_canal_ancient_wonder_still_in_use/