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

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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