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Journey To China (The New Wall, The Three Gorges Dam On The Yangtze River) #382263

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 23, 1998
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(China: Dan Rather) China's new "Great Wall", the Three Gorges Dam, reported; size and expected benefits of new dam on the Yangtze River described; problems for residents along the river given; building of a new city for displaced people mentioned; map shown of areas to be flooded after the dam's completion; scenes shown of Great Wall of China and of Three Gorges area. [Chinese FISHERMAN (thru translator) - does not want to leave the area.] [Anti-dam activist DAO Chang - says the dam is a political project.] [PERSON - says he is resigned to moving to the new city.]

Rather, Dan

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