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    The Yalu and The Mekong: How China generates hydro-power and shares water with North Korea and other neighbours

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    Date/Time


    Date(s) - 19/09/2019
    10:00 am - 11:30 am

    Venue


    Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
    荷兰驻华大使馆

    Address


    4 Liangmahe S Rd, Beijing, China
    亮马河南路4号 北京市朝阳区 100600,中国中国

    Phone


    010-8532 0200

    Website


    http://china.nlembassy.org

    Entrance Fee


    FCCC Members Free - Non-members 100 RMB


    China is the origin sate for 40 of Asia’s 57 trans-boundary watercourses. From the Amur River in the north to the Yarlung or Brahmaputra River in the south-west, the country’s water management policy affects the lives of billion of people beyond its borders. Dr Lee has studied the politics around the use of trans-boundary Rivers in Europe and in China, as well as municipal water policy in China’s financial capital, Shanghai. Most recently he has completed a study on how China and North Korea share water in the Yalu river, even as both sides construct hydro-electric damns along its course. In the past he has studied China’s damn building activities on the Mekong.

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