Algae Bloom In Kunming’s Lake Dian – EastIC

Lake Dian is a freshwater fault lake at 1,886.5 m above sea level in Kunming, province. Its nickname? “Sparkling Pearl Embedded in a Highland.”

Here are two shocking of Lake Dian from today’s Chinese news websites. Reported by EastIC, via netease.com:

June 24, 2007. In the last few days, with the hot weather, there has been a huge algae bloom. Along the banks of Haigeng at Lake Dian, the water is as green as green paint. [Full text in Chinese]

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