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ISBN:0873327330
Author: Shiu-hung Luk,Joseph Whitney
ISBN13: 978-0873327336
Title: Megaproject: Case Study of China's Three Gorges Project (Chinese Studies on China)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 30, 1992)
Pages: 248

Megaproject: Case Study of China's Three Gorges Project (Chinese Studies on China) by Shiu-hung Luk,Joseph Whitney



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By Shiu-hung Luk, Joseph Whitney. This volume translates crucial Chinese documents on a debate currently raging in China on a proposed project that has enormous implications for its environmental, economic, and social impact - the Three Gorges (Sanxia) Project on the Yangtze River.

Megaproject: A Case Study of China's Three Gorges Project. An East Gate Book: Chinese Environment and Development Series. and London: M. E. Sharpe, 1993. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies. URL: al-of-asian-studies. Your name Please enter your name.

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Megaproject: Case Study of China's Three Gorges Project: Case Study of China's Three Gorges Project, with Shiu-hung Luk. Westview Press, 1992.

Shiu-Hung Luk, Joseph Whitney. This volume translates crucial Chinese documents on a debate currently raging in China on a proposed project that has enormous implications for its environmental, economic, and social impact - the Three Gorges (Sanxia) Project on the Yangtze River

Description: The China Quarterly is the leading scholarly journal in its field, covering all aspects of contemporary China including Taiwan. Its interdisciplinary approach covers a range of subjects including gy, literature and the arts, business/economics, geography, history, international affairs, law, and politics.

Last December, China's Prime Minister Li Peng spent a whole week on the proposed dam site, making detailed arrangements for the project. The State Council is expected to give the formal go-ahead sometime this year. The decision to start this project has been extremely controversial, to say the least. Drawing on many Chinese official and unofficial publications, this groundbreaking book assembles ten papers on die major issues raised by the "megaproject. Five of the papers were written by proponents of the Three Gorges Project while the rest are by opponents. These papers vary widely in quality and thoroughness.

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This volume translates crucial Chinese documents on a debate currently raging in China on a proposed project that has enormous implications for its environmental, economic, and social impact - the Three Gorges (Sanxia) Project on the Yangtze River. The most massive water resource project ever planned in China and one of the largest in the world, the Three Gorges Project would cost $1.1 billion to build, would necessitate the relocation of 1.1 million people, would flood a 375-mile-long area and thus destroy some of China's - indeed the world's - most beautiful scenery, and would threaten the extinction of a rare river porpoise. The editors seek to place the arguments in a clear and scholarly perspective that helps to make this book a valuable source of information.