Streaming Down the Yangtze

Zhoushan Port, a bounded fuel filling center

The Streaming down the Yangtze team is now at Ningbo-Zhoushan Port, which is the starting point of the Maritime Silk Road.

Regional coordination, key to Shanghai's Technology corridor

Science and technology have been an important factor in Shanghai's economic growth in the past two decades, helping to increase productivity in manufacturing.

Shanghai FTZ helps boost cultural exports

As a major shipping and trading city Shanghai grew in importance in the 19th century due to imports, exports, and recognition of its economic potential.

Nanjing seeks upgraded cultural and art development

The Streaming down the Yangtze team is in Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu Province and the second largest city in East China.

Tongling: a copper city's now and past

The Streaming down the Yangtze team has arrived in the city of Tongling, Anhui Province. Owing to its copper deposits, it was an important center in ancient China for bronze production.

Yangtze River says no to finless porpoise extinction

The Yangtze River is a major habitant for finless porpoise, an aquatic marine mammal close to dolphins.

Poyang Lake: a water coordinator of Yangtze

​Poyang Lake, which connects to the Yangtze River near the city of Jiujiang, is the largest freshwater lake in China.

Sinopec Jiujiang on the path to greener production

The Streaming down the Yangtze team has arrived in Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province. CRI Reporter Yang Guang visited Sinopec Jiujiang branch, the leading petrol and diesel producer in Jiangxi.

China's Optic Valley taking shape in Wuhan

Reporters on the "Streaming down the Yangtze River" tour have arrived in Hubei's capital, Wuhan. They have visited the East Lake Hi-tech Development Zone, a national innovation demonstration zone, which is also known as China's Optic Valley.

Changsha's manufacturing turning smarter

The city of Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, is considered one of the manufacturing centers of China. The industrial development is now turning increasingly more innovative.

Changsha turning into innovative center of China

​Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province, is on the frontline of Chinese innovation. Hi-tech industries related to the Internet and biological medicine have consistently enjoyed 20 percent growth rates in the past few years.

Climbing the Yueyang Tower, a pearl beside Yangtze

The Streaming down the Yangtze team has arrived in the city of Yueyang, Hunan Province and visited Yueyang Tower, a famous local site.

Three Gorges Dam: Grand project along the Yangtze

The Streaming Down the Yangtze team has arrived in Yichang, Hubei Province and visited the Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest hydropower station.

Trash collection project aims cleaner Yangtze River

Collecting trash from the Yangtze River is a major undertaking in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.

Chongqing's national and international roles

The Streaming Down the Yangtze team has arrived in Chongqing. This is where the team will officially begin its 2-week trek down the Yangtze River.

Chinese alcohol seeking overseas market expansion

Over 200 liquor products from Luzhou are listed as national and provincial-level products, with many of the producers now attempting to expand overseas.

The Southern Sichuan Bamboo Sea to create an industry for local residents

The Streaming down the Yangtze team has arrived in Sichuan Province and visited the Southern Sichuan Bamboo Sea, a national level scenic spot near the city of Yibin.

​Chishui City: Poverty raised with ecological efforts

The 'Streaming down the Yangtze' team has visited one a village in Chishui where Shihu, a special herb used in Chinese medicine, has become the product-of-choice for villagers looking to raise themselves above the poverty line.

Streaming down the Yangtze: Zunyi and its clean water construction

Zunyi is the second largest city of Guizhou, and also an important area along the basin of the Yangtze.

Moutai benefits from e​co-friendly Chishui River

Chishui is the only tributary of the Yangtze River that doesn't have any dam or hydropower station along the river route. The ecological protection of Chishui River has been key to the local traditional industry.

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