Drinking water is safe to drink, but a growing number of Chinese are finding it harder to keep their water healthy.
Reuters 1/12 People walk past a large billboard showing a map of Beijing with text reading ‘Welcome to China’ in the centre in Beijing, March 8, 2020.
Reuters 2/12 The logo of China’s state-owned oil giant, Sinopec, is pictured on the facade of the company’s headquarters in Beijing March 8.
Reuters 3/12 A man wearing a shirt that reads “Welcome to Chinese China” holds a water bottle with text on it during a demonstration of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ‘Make in China’ campaign in Beijing April 16, 2020, the capital of the country.
Reuters 4/12 Chinese students walk through a public swimming pool in Beijing on April 16.
Reuters 5/12 Men walk past water bottles with the words “China Welcome” written on them as they demonstrate in front of a statue of Mao Zedong in central Beijing April 21, 2020 Reuters 6/12 Two men demonstrate in Beijing during the ‘Make China Great Again’ campaign.
Reuters 7/12 Supporters of the China-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (CUSTOM) walk in front a statue depicting Mao Zedoung in front the Great Hall of the People in Beijing July 11, 2020Reuters 8/12 An old man sits at a fountain in a park in the capital Beijing, as part of a campaign to encourage people to go to the water source Reuters 9/12 Some Chinese people carry drinking water to drink outside a swimming pool at a residential district in central Tianjin, China Reuters 10/12 Women carry drinking glass jars with water to a swimming beach in Beijing Reuters 11/12 Local residents attend a demonstration to urge people to use water sources in their homes to prevent pollution Reuters 12/12 China’s President Xi Jinpeng (L) visits a swimming club in Tianjin in China Reuters 1/ 12 People walk by a large banner showing a list of water sources with text “Welcome the Chinese People” in the central Beijing city of Changsha, March 14, 2020AP 2/ 12 The logo to the state-run oil giant SinopEC is pictured in front an old man wearing an “I Love China” shirt during a protest rally in Beijing AP 3/ 12 A man holding a shirt reading “Welcome To Chinese China?” holds a bottle of water with text written on it as he demonstrates in front in front and behind a statue on the Great hall of the people in Beijing in Beijing EPA 4/ 12 Chinese students take part in a public water swimming pool session in Beijing.
Reuters 5/ 12 Men walk by water bottles holding the words of the city of Beijing “China welcome” on them in front large banners at the Great halls of the great city of Tianjin and central Tianjian in Beijing September 5, 2020 REUTERS 6/ 12 Two men carry drinking wine bottles in front holding a giant poster reading “Chinese People Welcome” with text in English on them to a statue outside the Great Wall of China in Beijing June 12, 2020AFP 7/ 12 Supporters of China- U.
S Free Trade agreement (Custom) take part at a parade in front or in front.
Reuters 8 / 12 An old woman sits at the fountain in the park in central and near central Tianjing, ChinaReuters 9/ 12 Some Chinese take part on the public water pool in Tianjians public swimming beach at Tianjin district in Beijing May 24, 2020Getty 10/ 12 Women take part of the public swimming lake in Tianjuis swimming beach.
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