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Shui de Changjiang: Fazhan zhong de Zhongguo neng fou chengdan sanxia gongcheng? 誰的長江 : 發展中的中國能否承擔三峽工程 (Whose Yangzi: Can a developing China afford to undertake the Three Gorges Dam project?) (review)

Shui de Changjiang: Fazhan zhong de Zhongguo neng fou chengdan sanxia gongcheng? 誰的長江 :... 370 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1997 Dai Qing and Xue Weijia, editors. Shui de Changjiang: Fazhan zhong de Zhongguo nengfou chengdan sanxia gongcheng? lÊÔ^iiflC · #11 FEKi F Stb^^Ä--|I$OEΧ!? (Whose Yangzi: Can a developing China afford to undertake the Three Gorges Dam project?). Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (China), Ltd., 1996. 271 pp. Paperback HK $90, isbn 0-19-587840-x. Shui de Changjiang is the sequel to the 1994 book Yangzi! Yangzi! Debate Over the Three Gorges Project (London and Toronto: Earthscan Publishers), also edited by Dai Qing and translated from its original 1989 Chinese edition. Divided into two parts, the latest book is a collection of twelve feature essays by knowledgeable experts who are opposed to the Three Gorges project, four interviews, and two commentary essays by Dai Qing, all questioning the wisdom for a developing China of undertaking this gigantic engineering project. With a big political push from the State Council, the project was approved in the spring of 1992 by the National People's Congress, and actual excavation of the base site at Sandouping ^.iff^p began in November 1994. This reviewer wrote a lengthy review of Yangzi! Yangzi! that was published in the Spring http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Shui de Changjiang: Fazhan zhong de Zhongguo neng fou chengdan sanxia gongcheng? 誰的長江 : 發展中的中國能否承擔三峽工程 (Whose Yangzi: Can a developing China afford to undertake the Three Gorges Dam project?) (review)

China Review International , Volume 4 (2) – Mar 30, 1997

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370 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1997 Dai Qing and Xue Weijia, editors. Shui de Changjiang: Fazhan zhong de Zhongguo nengfou chengdan sanxia gongcheng? lÊÔ^iiflC · #11 FEKi F Stb^^Ä--|I$OEΧ!? (Whose Yangzi: Can a developing China afford to undertake the Three Gorges Dam project?). Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (China), Ltd., 1996. 271 pp. Paperback HK $90, isbn 0-19-587840-x. Shui de Changjiang is the sequel to the 1994 book Yangzi! Yangzi! Debate Over the Three Gorges Project (London and Toronto: Earthscan Publishers), also edited by Dai Qing and translated from its original 1989 Chinese edition. Divided into two parts, the latest book is a collection of twelve feature essays by knowledgeable experts who are opposed to the Three Gorges project, four interviews, and two commentary essays by Dai Qing, all questioning the wisdom for a developing China of undertaking this gigantic engineering project. With a big political push from the State Council, the project was approved in the spring of 1992 by the National People's Congress, and actual excavation of the base site at Sandouping ^.iff^p began in November 1994. This reviewer wrote a lengthy review of Yangzi! Yangzi! that was published in the Spring

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