Can the world survive China's headlong rush to emulate the American way of life? Photographs by James Whitlow Delano. Read the full story by Jacques Leslie HERE.
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Three Gorges Dam
A local man in Fengjie scrapes the bare earth for a thin crust of coal that remains on the surface before the rising waters of the Yangtze River wash the valuable black crust away because of the Three Gorges Dam.
—Alex Park and Tasneem Raja
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