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 Today, China means many people, spewing hatred. They look like a thief who has come to catch the country. They chant the enemy of democracy.

Whatever the case, China’s expansionism, its water management plan, is a major fear for its neighbors. China is the largest country in the world, a country with all resources, rivers, lakes, ponds, and very long forests in China. Even so, china today serves various strategies to suppress small countries to keep its people satisfied and present itself as the strongest country in the world, one of which is water management.

Whatever the case, China’s expansionism, its water management plan, is a major fear for its neighbors. China is the largest country in the world, a country with all resources, rivers, lakes, ponds, and very long forests in China. Even so, china today serves various strategies to suppress small countries to keep its people satisfied and present itself show as the strongest country in the world, one of which is water management.

Water is not only for drinking or agricultural training, or for industrial production, water is a type of politics, water is a kind of diplomacy, water is the instrument of power, water is a way of exploitation.   Analysts say that water can be stored in large quantities and even the earth’s orbit can be delayed. It is the argument of some scientists that China is conducting this today. Well, we’ll see it later. What water politics is it

“Sun-Tsoo,” a scholar, is an old Chinese philosopher, military strategist, and author of the influential work ‘The Art of war’. Centuries ago, Sun-Tzu predicted the diplomatic link between water and the army.  Today, river water flowing from China towards other neighbors is used as geopolitics. What Sun-Tso said a thousand years ago is visible today. This has become the reality of China’s geopolitics. Today, China’s use of water as an indirect neoimperialist for its own purpose has come under severe criticism. 

What Sun-Tso said a thousand years ago is visible today. This has become the reality of China’s geopolitics. Today, China’s use of water as an indirect neoimperialist for its own purpose has come under severe criticism. 

It is natural for water to run from the mound to the abyss, and because of it, floods and droughts on many occasions, causing destruction and some people losing their lives in nature. But the use of water as a factor to exploit countries, scare countries, interfere in neighboring political and economic affairs, and maintain its dominance has turned the attention of the world to China.

Because the “Me Kong” river flowing from China is one of the longest rivers in the world.   . The longest river in Asia is the seventh position. It is 4,350 km long in total. Starting in Tibet, it flows through China’s Yunnan Province, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. It flows into the South China Sea in the southeast of Vietnam. Sixty million people depend on this river for water food and transport Meekkong has the world’s most fish resources. It is 795,000 km long and covers an area of 307,000 square miles of the basin. 457 km3 (110 mm cubic feet) of water flows through this river per year.

In addition, the effects of the 2019 drought in lowland countries were devastating, and Chinese dams increased the drought.   China’s action by the above has estimated that 70% of the rivers, river beds, and lakes of neighboring countries have been polluted. It was said that china’s river water project would lead to various climate changes in the future. 

 One of the basic reasons for this is that the obstructing overly high rivers, dams and waterlogging, climate change, and heavy rain floods are ravaging China.

Part 11

On the other hand, earthquakes and their adverse effects make us feel bad, let alone the scenes of innumerable vehicles floating in floods, buildings drowning, and the heavy storms and the being told of humans in floods. One country most affected by this event is China. As already stated, China’s diversion of most rivers in the world, building dams and using the water for its purposes, and using it for diplomatic purposes, teaches us a lesson in the need to leave nature in a natural way when we see how destructive it is for the good of the country.

Rain and floods are annually normal for China. The Chinese people have been experiencing this every year. Nevertheless, we see the far-reaching consequences of over-building dams and storing enough water that even our neighbors can use it for diplomatic purposes. But today, not yesterday but throughout history, it has been a long event for China to cover its rivers, build dams and stagnate water and so suffer various kinds of damage. The Yellow River that flows through China is approximately 3400 miles long.     for  example 

The devastating 1931 floods started in the 20th-century   in China.  Nearly 1,40,000 thousand people drowned in floods that day due to the floods. in about three months, 307 million people are reported to have died. But China has not abandoned its dam construction plan. So throughout this century, China has been building dams, barriers, and canals in its country. The NGO International Rivers organization estimates that about 87,000 dams have been built across the Chinese river. The river water project is used for drinking water, agriculture, industrial electricity, and other needs of their people. But this has greatly affected the Southeast Asian borders.

 The Three Gorges Dam, completed in 2008, stretches a mile-and-a-half across the Yangtze and can generate ten times the hydropower of the Hoover Dam. Yet the Three Gorges is only a fraction of China’s current dam program, which is 185meterss high and 2380meterss wide. Water from the dam carried out a total production of 20,500 MW with 34 generators of hydroelectric power, while the three Goris dam is the largest hydroelectric power plant in the world

In addition to generating electricity, the gang the event in bed is entirely part of the flood control system and measures were put in place to control the flow of water and develop electricity. China’s water level experts believed the project could curb floodwater risks coming to China’s central and lower land beds. So China hoped that the three jours dam could save Huan Nanjing provinces from flood risk. China had instituted an industry nut-up netting program to save water reservoirs, ponds, and lakes in downstream territories from being simultaneously submerged in heavy rainfall during the Great rains.

But after 2020, the situation is reversed. Due to the continuous flooding, the Yangtze River Basin has begun to flood. Now in July 2021, this flood has gone unbearable. The situation has worsened to the point where two dams in Hanhui province have been demolished to reduce flood pressure. The dams of the three valleys have now become the peaks of the flood. Massive. 50,000 to 60,000 cubic meters of water is flowing from the reservoirs every second. Planners have now opened only 38,000 cubic meters of water for fear of completely flooding southern state cities. With a total height of 175 meters, the water level of the dam has risen to 164.18 meters for the first time more than 2 million people have been displaced and taken refuge in safer places. Trade  Commodities have been destroyed, deliveries of items have been delayed, transportation across China has been disrupted, massive production and supply chains have been disrupted, and the supply of goods to shipping is said to be affected for more than a month.

China is already feeling the effects of the floods, as covid-19 has already hit Huan province. Official reports say that all the social gaps and health measures that have been taken so far to control the virus are now in disarray. China now faces the challenge of delta expansion. Socialized medical systems in China Arrangements to provide medical benefits to the individual People are bound to their village. But the extent to which hospitals are currently facing disasters due to floods, space shortages, and drug distribution cannot predict the extent to which this will have an impact in the future.

 China has already suffered a massive economic downturn due to the   Covit19 pandemic for quarantine on China, with China’s gross domestic product falling to an all-time low of  6 percent.  Although this is not the fault of Chinese President Xi Jinping, his government has been accused of causing economic collapse, unemployment, and inflation. People who were already suffering    due to economic crises are now being forced to leave their job sites due to flooding

Many small towns below the dam were submerged as millions of cubic meters of water were released from the reservoirs behind the three Gorge dams. Four to six million people are on the verge of death The Western media is making it very clear that even if the Chinese government covers up the death toll, it will still have a population of tens of thousands. On the other hand, as tens of thousands of farms have been affected by the floods, the road to productivity has suffered a setback. The rains and floods have called into question China’s self-imposed economic policy so far and will have an impact on the global economy as well. So the purpose of what China has been planning and implementing for a very long time is now in question. China may even again seek to engage in similar activities, but, உண்டர்ஸ்டாண்டபிலி, it will, once again, be of the same harm. So if we naturally leave nature and learn to love others and other countries, everyone will have a prosperous life.

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