Floods, Earthquakes, and Mudslides Hit China; and Why Hong Kong Matters to the World | Crossroads
Floods and catastrophic events proceed in China. In Yunnan region, in Southwest China, waters flooded for the time being from the Baishui River, which aggravated the flooding.
There were quakes in Sichuan region and Guizhou area. On July 2, a 3.2 greatness seismic tremor in Sichuan hit Aba Prefecture, upstream of the Three Gorges Dam. Before long, a 4.5 size seismic tremor hit Guizhou. The quakes raised feelings of trepidation of likely avalanches and flood of the Three Gorges Dam. In Chongqing of Sichuan area and in Yunnan territory, there were enormous avalanches brought about by the substantial downpours.
What’s more, China as of late passed its new National Security Laws that successfully end Hong Kong’s self-governance. We do a profound jump into what the law involves, and why this issues for the remainder of the world.