Water project transfers 15 bln cubic meters of water to China's north
Beijing and Tianjin offer support for areas at source of water diversion
The South-to-North Water Diversion Project goes across mountains and rivers to act as a lifeline that transfers clear water from the Yangtze River to thousands of households in northern China, benefiting countless residents.
How does the South-to-North Water Diversion Project improve our lives?
These are stories about the people who quietly and diligently worked on the frontlines of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, explorations of the transformation of the Hutuo River, and journeys through the changes of ordinary people's lives along the route.
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BeijingDiversion project transfers 5 billion cubic meters of water to Beijing
Since China's South-to-North Water Diversion project started operations in 2008, a total of five billion cubic meters of water has been transferred to Beijing by May 8, 2018, according to the project office in Beijing.
HebeiProject channels 2 bln cubic meters of water to Hebei
The central route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project has channeled 2 billion cubic meters of water to Hebei province as of April 19.
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Thumbs-up for public reception of water diversion project
?From Dec. 12 to 28 in 2017, the central route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project opened its doors to public visitors for the first time.
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Overall length: 1,432 kilometers

The central route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project transfers water from the Danjiangkou Reservoir located in the upper and middle reach of the Hanjiang River, the largest tributary of the Yangtze River, to the Tuancheng Lake in Beijing's Summer Palace, running across the Yellow River through a tunnel.

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Viewing China's water diversion project from the sky

70 pct. of tap water in Beijing transferred from southern China
Over 70 percent of Beijing's tap water is channelled from the country's southern regions.
Officials: 110M people benefit from South-to-North water transfer project
Chinese water resource officials say the South-to-North Water Transfer Project has significantly relieved the water crisis for the parched northern part of the country.
Decoding world's largest aqueduct
The Shahe Aqueduct is a major infrastructure in the central route of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, with its length, width, size and other parameters all ranking number one in the world.
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Group wedding ceremony held at Tianjin station of Water Diversion Project

Caohe aqueduct in the sunset

Aerial view of South-to-North Water Diversion Project

Rare birds appear at Beijing reservoir

Scenery of Danjiangkou Reservoir in Central China's Henan

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