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[Any stream of water, as thin as a trickle or as vast as a river, is a member of the river family and is necessary for human beings.]
[Like the Yellow River, the Yangtze River entirely belongs to China.]
[The earliest civilizations known to date were produced in the basins of large rivers.]
[The relationship between a river and man should be investigated from the perspective of historical geography. The investigation can reveal both experience and lessons. Most peoples of the world have legends about floods. These legends reflect the respect of ancient people for floods. Ancient...
[Water is the source of life. The Yellow River has watered the vast land and nourished the Chinese Civilization. Bathed in blessings from the Yellow River, we cannot help calling it “the Mother River”. However, nowadays more attention is focused on development and less on protection.]
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