Digitally restored photos from old China (est. 1880-1925), via Ralphrepo…
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Guiyu in China’s Guangdong Province is the world’s largest electronic waste site, with an estimated 80% of its 150,000 population (+200k migrant workers) working in the e-waste processing business, often with primitive and hazardous methods – which has led to severe pollution and health problems to the township.
The village of Kandovan is located 60km southwest of Tabriz, in the province of East Azarbaijan, Iran. The place is famous for its unique architecture, where the cave-houses are carved off from huge rocks.
The New7Wonders project have shortlisted the 27 finalists of the New Seven Wonders of Nature. Below are (copied & pasted) information of the 10 finalists from Asia; you can view all the 28 finalist at N7W website…
BU TINAH ISLAND, United Arab Emirates
Off the western shores of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, lies a unique natural treasure, wild n undisturbed by human activity: Bu Tinah Island.
Bu Tinah’s thriving ecosystem forms a unique living laboratory with key significance for climate change research. An undisturbed paradise, Bu Tinah has much to teach mankind about environmental protection and survival.