Bazhou and Zhuozhou, two small cities to the south of Beijing, have been submerged in record floods since late July, when Typhoon Doksuri swept through China’s northeast.
Nearly one million people have been displaced. But this is not just a natural disaster. The region has taken more than its fair share of floodwaters.
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