Higher-paying customers, such as Shanghaireceive priority. Construction was completed in Decemberone year ahead of schedule. However, electricity demand has increased more quickly than previously projected.
A child led introduction to Sandouping in Hubei province, China. Her family had to move here when the dam was built because their home was in the path of the new construction. It lies in the Gorge area of China, famous for its beautiful peaks and picturesque stretches of river.
Memgke lives with her grandparents, as both her parents have had to travel away for work.
They spend the whole year working in Guangdong province, over a hour drive away. Memgke is preparing for their return so that the whole family can celebrate Spring Festival Chinese New Year together. She goes into town with her grandfather to buy Chinese lanterns, decorations and fireworks and explains that red is the traditional colour for this celebration.
Once home, they prepare a Chinese feast and collect vegetables from their vegetable patch on the slopes of the hills near their house. The food is traditional and there are many dishes. When her parents arrive they sit down together and eat, then let off Chinese fire crackers and watch the spectacular firework displays from the roof of their house.
Teacher Notes Can be used during a module on China or energy production. They could also be asked to take notes on aspects of energy production associated with hydroelectric power. Finally, students could be asked to suggest the pros and cons of the use of large dams in comparison to smaller scale projects or other types of energy production.A child led introduction to Sandouping in Hubei province, China.
Li Memgke lives near Sandouping in the shadow of the Three Gorges Dam, very close to the Yangtze river. Her family had to move here.
In ten years China has built the biggest ever hydroelectric dam and started an even more elaborate and expensive scheme to divert freshwater across 1, miles. On these two controversial projects. The Three Gorges Dam is to date the largest dam in the world — an outstanding mega-structure to visit in China.
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