Amazing Pictures, Pollution in China

| October 21st, 2009

[QQ] October 14, 2009, the 30th annual awards ceremony of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund took place at the Asia Society in New York City. Lu Guang (卢广) from People’s Republic of China won the $30,000 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for his documentary project “Pollution in China.”


1. “At the junction of Ningxia province and Inner Mongolia province, I saw a tall chimney puffing out golden smoke covering the blue sky, large tracts of the grassland have become industrial waste dumps; unbearable foul smell made people want to cough; Surging industrial sewage flowed into the Yellow River…”Lu Guang (卢广), freelancer photographer, started as an amateur photographer in 1980. He was a factory worker, later started his own photo studio and advertising agency. August of 1993 he returned to post-graduate studies at the Central Arts and Design Academy in Beijing (now is the Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University). During graduate school, he studied, traveled all over the country and carved out a career, became the “dark horse” of the photographer circle in Beijing. Skilled at social documentary photography, his insightful, creative and artistic work often focused on “social phenomena and people living at the bottom of society”, attracted the attentions of the national photography circle and the media. Many of his award winning works focused on social issues like, “gold rush in the west”, “drug girl”, “small coal pit”, “HIV village”, “the Grand Canal”, “development of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway” and so on.

– Lu Guang



2. Chemical waste from Jiangsu Taixing Chemical Industrial District (江苏泰兴化工园区) dumped on top of the Yangtze River bank. May 15, 2009



3. Fan Jai Zhuang in Anyang City, Henan province, (河南安阳市范家庄) there is only one wall separating this village from the steelmaking furnaces. The villagers live in this heavily polluted environment where the village is under the iron rain every day. March 24, 2008



4. Industrial sewage of Zhejiang Xiaoshan Industrial District (浙江萧山化工园区) eventually flowed into Qiantang River. April 24, 2009



5. Henan Anyang iron and steel plant’s (河南安阳钢铁厂) sewage flowed into Anyang River. March 25, 2008



6. Guiyu, Guangdong province, (广东省贵屿镇) rivers and reservoirs have been contaminated, the villager is washing in a seriously polluted pond. November 25, 2005



7. Shizuishan Industrial district in Ningxia province (宁夏石嘴山湖滨工业园区), the tall chimneys spitted out smoke and dust. Residents took preventive measure for the falling dust from the sky when going outside. April 22, 2006



8. In the Yellow Sea coastline, countless sewage pipes buried in the beach and even extending into the deep sea. April 28, 2008



9. In Ma’anshan, Anhui province (安徽马鞍山), along the Yangtze River there are many small-scaled Iron selection factories and plastic processing plants. Large amounts of sewage discharged into the Yangtze River June 18, 2009



10. In Inner Mongolia there were 2 “black dragons” from the Lasengmiao Power Plant (内蒙古拉僧庙发电厂) covering the nearby villages. July 26, 2005



11. Jiangsu province Changshu City Fluorine Chemical industry land sewage treatment plant (江苏省常熟市氟化学工业园污水处理厂) was responsible for collection and processing of the industrial sewage. However they did not, the sewage pipe was extended 1500 meters under the Yangtze River and releasing the sewage there. 2009 June 11



12. Soil by Yangtze River, was polluted by Anhui Province Ma’anshan Chemical Industrial District (安徽省马鞍山化工园区). June 26, 2009



13. Large amount of the industrial wastewater flowed to Yellow River from Inner Mongolia Lasengmiao Industrial District (内蒙古拉僧庙工业园区) every day. July 26, 2005



14. A Large amount of the chemical wastewater discharged into Yangtze River from Zhenjiang Titanium mill (镇江市钛粉厂) every day. Less than 1,000 meters away downstream is where the water department of Danyang City gets its water from. June 10, 2009



15. In Haimen city, Jiangsu province Chemical Industrial District sewage treatment Plant (江苏省海门市化工园区污水处理厂) discharged wastewater into Yangtze River. June 5, 2009



16. Hebei Province Shexian Tianjin Iron and steel plant (河北省涉县天津钢铁厂) is a heavily polluting company. Company scale is still growing, seriously affecting the lives of local residents. March 18, 2008



17. Longmen town in Hanchen city, Shaanxi Province (陕西省韩城市龙门镇) has large-scaled industrial development. Environment is very seriously polluted there. April 8, 2008



18. There are over 100 chemical plants in Jiangsu province coastal industry district. (江苏滨海头罾沿海化工园区) Some of them discharge wastewater into the ocean; some heavily contaminated sewage is stored in 5 “Sewage Temporary Pools”. During the 2 high tides in every month, the sewage then gets discharged into the ocean with the tides. June 20, 2008



19. Jiangxi Province Hu Ko County Chemical Industry district (江西省胡口县化工园区) is by the Yangtze River. Chemical factory landfill the Yangtze River bank to expand the scale of the factory without authorization.



20. Anhui Province Cihu Chemical Industry District (安徽省慈湖化工园区) built a underground pipe to discharge wastewater into the Yangtze River. The wastewater sometimes is black, gray, dark red, or yellow, wastewater from different chemical factories has different colors. June 18, 2009



21. Shanxi Province is the most polluted areas of China. It is also the province with the highest rate of birth defects. This loving farmer couple adopted 17 disabled children. April 15, 2009

“In Some areas of China people’s lives were threatened because of the environmental pollution. Residents suffering from all kinds of obscured diseases, the cancer villages, increase of deformed babies, these were the results of sacrificing environment and blindly seeking economical gain.”

– Lu Guang



22. Elder shepherd by the Yellow River cannot stand the smell. April 23, 2006



23. 15-year-old boy from Tianshui, Gansu Province (甘肃天水), dropped out of the school after 2nd grade, followed his parents to Heilonggui (黑龙贵) Industrial District. He earns 16 yuan a day. April 8, 2005



24. Inner Mongolia province Heilonggui (黑龙贵) Industrial District, the couple who worked at the Plaster Kiln and just got home. March 22, 2007



25. Villagers from Kang village in Linfen City, Shanxi Province (山西省临汾市下康村) due to long-term consumption of the polluted water contaminated by industrial waste, there were 50 people who have cancer and cerebral thrombosis. 64-year-old Wang Baosheng got ill since 2003, he has fester all over his body so he cannot go to bed and lying face down on the edge of the bed each day. July 10, 2005



26. Breathing in large amount of dust into the lungs, people gets sick after working there for 1-2 years. Most of these migrant workers come from area of poverty. April 10, 2005



27. Zhangqiao village by the Hong River in Wugang City, Henan Province (河南省舞钢市洪河边的张桥村), a 45-year-old woman Sun Xiaojun (孙晓军) could not move her feet and hands since 4 years ago. The numerous hospital treatments were not effective. April 7, 2009



28. Zhaozhuang village by the Hong River in Wugang City, Henan province (河南省舞钢市洪河边的赵庄村), 66-year-old Zhao Bingkun suffering from esophageal cancer since 2004, after the second surgery, treatment cost already have reached over 200,000 yuan. His condition is in late stage, he is having fever everyday, waiting for death. April 7, 2009



29. Zhaozhuang village by the Hong River in Wugang City, Henan province (洪河边的河南省西平县张于庄村), Gao Wanshun’s (高万顺) wife died of cancer. Now he lives in poverty. April 3, 2009



30. Linfen City in Shanxi province (山西临汾市) is seriously polluted area. Farmers after working in the cotton fields for 2 hours are filled with coal ashes. September 24 2007



31. Salt factory worker in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province (江苏连云港) said angrily, “when the wind blowing towards our side, the foul smell from the chemical factories is unbearable. There is even more poison gas at night.” July 19, 2008



32. People form Fanjiazhuang (范家庄) are ready to submit a complain filled with their fingerprints, to seek compensation for pollution damages. March 19, 2008



33. In Shanxi Province there are a lot of charitable nursing homes, to help disabled infants abandoned by their parents. April 14, 2009



34. Liujiawan village by the Hong River in Wugang City, Henan province (河南省舞钢市洪河边的刘家湾村), 13 year old Yang Xiao in November 2008 was ill with obscure disease.  She was saved by the donation of the villagers. When the grandmother saw the old village chief came to visit his granddaughter, she kneeled on the ground holding granddaughter’s hand. April 19, 2009



35. The oldest is 9, not going to school. The youngest is less than 2 years old. They lived in severely polluted area. They hands and faces were always dirty. April 10, 2005



36. Mazhuang village by the Hong River in Wugang City, Henan province, (河南省舞钢市洪河边的马庄村) 58-year-old Ma Haipeng (马海朋) was suffering from stomach cancer since 2006 and could not work in the field. He must take medicine every day, otherwise it is too painful. April 6, 2009



37. Every year, a lot of deficiency babies in Shanxi Province were abandoned. Kong Zhenlan (孔贞兰) in Qi town (祁县) who was making a living by recycling trash adopted 25 abandoned children. April 14, 2009



38. Xuanwei (宣威) in Yunnan province is a cancer village. Every year there are more than 20 people die of cancer. 11-year-old student Xu Li (徐丽) is suffering from bone cancer. May 8, 2007



39. In Shexian Village, Hebei Province, (河北省涉县固新村) the existing cancer patients are more than 50 people and more than 20 cancer patients die each year. March 18, 2008


40.  Zhangyuzhuan village by the Hong River in Xiping county, Henan province, (河南省西平县洪河边的张于庄村) 22-year-old Zhu Xiaoyan (朱小燕) had a tumor in her stomach in 2007. She died after number of hospital treatments on July 2008. 4-year-old girl with her grandfather came to mother’s tomb. April 2009 2


original source: Fengniao

Followup: Interview with Lu Guang, the photographer of “Pollution in China”

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  1. Martin Bond says:

    This is communism at it’s worst, the party becomes more important than the people it is supposedly supporting!! Corruption is everywhere in China, it’s an everyday occurrence, and these pictures shows what happens when goverment officials turn a blind eye for a price. It is going to take a generation to clean these areas of China up, and the longer the pollution goes on, the longer the clean-up will take.

    The real crazy thing is, that China is presently investing Billions around the world, but will spend nothing on it’s own country and populations needs. If anyone causes too much of a stink on these issues, there branded as a dissident and thrown in prison for there concerns.

    As for not buying China’s cheap goods, i can’t really see that making much of a difference, the home market is vast on it’s own, but it will help individules consciousness.
    Until China has a legal system that works for both the people and the State, nothing much is going to change…..


  2. Åsa says:

    Of course it is China’s communism party = government that carries the responsibility for this.
    However, as the Chinese government is ready to sacrifice large numbers of people, especially of minorities and rural populations, in the name of “economic development” – the real sad story is that all of us horrified peopel in the west, who often are the end consumers of these products, keep shopping and loving the cheap Chinese products as if we didn’t know or care. From tools and electric gear to clothes and make up – and all sub-components in god knows what other products! The cobble stone in your town square might have such nice finish due to Chinese child labour.

    I often think about how school kids often get upset when they learn about the “triangular trade” and slavery. And how they ask why it took so long for the opinion to grow strong enough to end slavery. That was in a time where information and peopel had to cross the oceans by ship, and where the printed word was not really everymans property. What excuse do we have for our passivneness today?

    • Adam says:

      There are many factories throughout the world which make worldclass goods without sacrificing quality, or using child labour or violating environmental laws. The problem is not the US consumers taste for cheap goods but the factr that the Chinese communist Govt is so autocratic and corrupt that it is answerable to noone, and is suborned by greed. It owns many of the factories shown in this photo essay in all likelihood and when every commissar is on the take and no public can vote them out, the results are obvious. China is a sad case of how an ancient civilization has lost its soul in its quest for power and greed of money.

      • DaveH says:

        The PRC governement’s autocracy is irrelevant, considering how easily it is to set up a factory in China, as such they’d often turn a blind eye to the problem. If you’re deluded enough to believe that the PRC government actually wanted the pollution to occur, I’ve got a bridge to sell you in Brooklyn.

  3. oscer leroy says:

    The pollution in China is disturbing

  4. Sam Hays says:

    If the Earth is a living conscious Being, as presented in the Gaia Principle, then Mother Earth may develop an immune system response to the growing pollution like a human body becomes aware of infection and sends out antigens to attack the disease. In the case of Earth’s immune response there could be a great tectonic movement from the bowels of the planet in the form of a massive quake, or perhaps a fever in the form of global warming that alters the biophere enough to rid herself of a few billion humans. A super volcano could erupt like a pus-filled boil exploding on the earth’s crust causing another mass extinction of planetary species. We must stop our own abuse of the planet in the U.S. as we also go after China and the other large polluting nations before Mother Earth sheds herself of the human disease or imbalance her own natural way. By saving the planet we save ourselves or perish seeking the “goal” of economic progress. The root word “ecos” comes from Greek for house. We all live in the same house here in this ecosystem and some of our housemates are stinking up the place. Thanks to this brave photographer and others like him we can be made aware of the impending disaster and start the new rebellion against this desecration of our home planet.

  5. Pasant says:

    USA 1924 ?

    • Jeremy76 says:

      Pasant… in 1924 the world was a different place… we did not have the knowledge that we do now on the environment and how delicate it is… We live in a world now where we are conscious of our actions yet, as you see in China… we would rather ignore the facts in order to make money and power at the cost of many… it is unacceptable that this is happening now and NO EXCUSES can justify the loss of life and damage to our ecosystems that we witness today. Two wrongs DO NOT make a RIGHT.

    • Adam says:

      Even in 1924, the US did not run tanks over dissidents who dared question the Govt. Thats the problem in China, the Govt is answerable to nobody.

      • NeuroManson says:

        Your ignorance is showing. Look up the Bonus Army Riots of 1932 (where soldiers seeking pay were attacked by soldiers under the command of our own venerated Patton and McArthur):

        And of course union busting:

        And not much more than 50 years back, we didn’t run them over with tanks, but we sure as hell used the finest dogs and water cannons to keep black folks down, didn’t we? And Seattle’s WTO and Philly’s G3 summits show that we still haven’t come far since then.

      • jeff says:


        Don’t fool yourself. Even the United States has had its own share of horrible government actions. Look at the internment camps for the Japanese during WWII. Look at the extermination policy carried out by the US Military in Vietnam (e.g. body count as a means of gauging success in the war).

        The CIA and other US agencies carry out espionage on our own people on a daily basis in order to “protect” the government against the people is is supposed to be taking care of. The government of the United States is just as responsible for the pollution and ecological destruction in China, South American and other locations around the world because they cannot lead by example.

        The day that the United States Government starts making changes in its own military and trade tactics, that will be the day that China and other countries supporting the destruction of the planet for profit will start to rethink their own strategies.

        Of course the only way that is going to happen is if at some point there is another rebellion in the US where the government is taken back in control by the people. We have not had control of our representatives for more than 100 years. China could just as easily rise up and take over its own government with the right amount of the people supporting it–they just aren’t given any opportunity to do that because maintaining the current government is maintaining the trade status-quo for the US and other countries relying on Chinese production capacity.

        That is why Obama was such a landslide winner in the last elections. He spoke to the people’s desire to take back the government. Now of course he has slipped into the political gears and his presented dream of a new, revitalized US has fallen apart. He needs to pull himself and his cabinet together and start shaking up the government like he promised–otherwise nothing but what has been will be what we will have.

  6. Bing Lee says:

    Shame on China, in the name of development they are destroying themselves.

  7. Kaylee says:

    It’s not just the Chinese’ s problem, it’s a universal problem. So the US exports their harmful factories to poor countries like Mexico, etc and their own country remains “clean”. Bull. It’s not the fault of one country, it’s the fault of human kind. Blaming China will not solve the problem.

    • helloandie says:

      maybe so, but that does not excuse them from any blame.

    • none says:

      It’s also the fault of the consumer who demands simply ‘whatever is cheapest’ regardless of quality or what went into producing a particular good.

    • Beau says:

      I agree with Kaylee.
      I fell so sad after watching these pictures! People find the problems, now it is time to focus to solve it!!
      When people blaming for and laughing at China of environment pollution, look at yourself!! What have you done for environment??!!!
      The earth is OURS! Be responsible for it !!
      Where is WHO!!!!

      • Adam says:

        Another Chinese internet spin doctor.

        China is using an increasing number of paid “internet commentators” in a sophisticated attempt to control public opinion.

        • DaveH says:

          Of course, anyone who doesn’t blindly bash the PRC government like you must be a paid propagandist. How’s your Reds under you bed?

        • craptalk says:

          Hey, you should see the english speaking TV channels here in China; you want propaganda and unsubtle ‘detail spinning’?! Whoa baby!!! The ‘internet commentators’ ‘aint got nuthin’ on them.

          As for the pictures; it IS that bad here. Don’t expect anything to change, though. Yes, I would hope that China will develop a social conscience and do something, but in my opinion it is extremely unlikely that this will happen within the next 3 or four generations. This is a country where the individual lives their life with a ‘me first’ attitude and this is evident everywhere – in the simple act of walking down the street to work each morning to the disgraceful displays of abject poverty next to extraordinary wealth. I was not born yesterday and I know this is not a situation unique to China, however it is something one would expect in a capitalist society where the acquisition of personal wealth is acceptable, not a society that purports to be ‘communal’. Most of the democracies and capitalist nations with which I am familiar have basic social interests such as a welfare system and public health care. China does not. There is no concern for their ‘neighbour’.
          Here there is no concern for the poverty stricken (which are many), the disabled (which are abandoned at birth or worse), the historical assets of the country (see the three gorges project and the great wall itself) and, indeed, the country as a landmass, with a variety of ecosystems and a potential for such beauty.
          It is the lack of concern for each other and the future that is so ingrained in the day to day living here, that is the most striking and truly horrifying thing about living in China.
          I have seen beauty and wonderous things here.
          The people as a society are not amongst those.
          I have little faith in them to rise out of their environmental and social troubles as a society when they cannot understand the need to question what is happening around them in the first place. They see nothing wrong so there is nothing to fix.
          Sad but true.

          Rebuttals welcome.

    • Adam says:

      Blaming China for the manner in which the corrupt Chinese Govt is letting the environment be destroyed to make more money, is absolutely within rights. Nobody kept a gun to the Chinese’s head and asked them to do this, get over yourself. The Chinese manufacturers are doing this because they are greedy, unethical and can bribe a corrupt Chinese Govt to look the other way. And the Chinese Govt. does not care because it is autocratic, does not respond to the people and runs tanks over dissidents. That is the problem, not that America has a flawed consumption culture (which it has) but thats not the reason why China is so polluted.

      • DaveH says:

        Sounds like any third world government to me. And before you attack the PRC for “running tanks over dissidents” (which last happened 20 years ago), maybe its time you tell your country’s companies to stop purchasing from these polluting factories in the name of profit.

  8. Frank in Pittsburgh says:

    A bit confused as to why some people on this forum are blaming communism because when I was growing up Pittsburgh we did all of the same things as you see in these pictures. I was a truck driver during from the middle to late 50’s and we would often be payed to dispose of chemicals. Our trucks would be loaded up 55 gallon drums that held god only knows what was inside and we would just empty them into the river.

    My late grandfather could tell you a thousand stories much worse during his time working at the Inco mines in Ontario (and so could anybody that grew up in Detroit during that era.) Its just the way it was. Looks like the Chinese are going through the same kind of unrestricted and unsupervised industrial growth that we did…. One day they’ll have their own “superfund” sites to clean up and a massive bureaucracy called the EPA to deal with.

  9. Ben says:

    Stop buying Chinese goods. Yes, that’s the simplistic answer. However, when you do that, those people living poorly will be out of a job and not living at all anymore.

    The answer is much more complicated and involves structural changes in the government and business.

  10. recruiterrick says:

    This is what America has really become, THE Destroyer of the earth. This is the direct result of the Republican Party’s efforts over the last 40 years to destroy the unions in this country and ship those jobs to China for bigger profits and the destruction of our economy in so doing. That means, if you voted for a Republican you hate America. Regardless of anything you say to the contrary, it is the Republican Party’s efforts over the last several decades that have caused all of this
    Who started the US/China Chamber of Commerce? Prescott Bush, brother to George H. W and uncle to George W. The Republicans have said thousands of times that Global trade is what would save America, well, it is what is killing us and those we trade with now.

    • Proud to Be American says:

      No, you cannot blame the republican party. Unions whine and cry for bigger pay checks – constantly – which is why things in America cost so much to make. I’m not saying that we should all be paid $1/hour, but really unions are just bullies who are looking out for #1. The democrat party’s answer is to tax, tax, tax, and spend millions, billions, more than that which is available to spend. The current administration is going to take us right down this road….you just watch.

      • GeekGirl says:

        WHAT is wrong with you people? POLITICIANS are POLITICIANS. R or D D or R it makes no difference. you keep falling for the same lame game over and over. Not controlled by the naking interests??? Are you NUTS? This is the US of Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase RIGHT NOW. Who is stealing all the real estate? Who is front running the markets? Who is profiting from new Loss Share programs of the FDIC that pay them back AGAIN for foreclosure losses? Who is loading up homeowners with loan mods that MAINTAIN the ballooned mortgage balances of the peak and add the fees and charges so that the “new loan” is another 100K higher in amount owed and then stick an interest only BS payment on it to make it look “OK” while the homeowner KEEPS all the debt and the banks lose NONE of their over leveraged BS position? Are you all so completely blind and crazy you cannot TELL who is RUNNING this show? It is not the politicians – they are the lackeys and handmaids. The BANKS OWN THIS WHOLE DAMN COUNTRY. PERIOD. And they own CHINA TOO.

        • greg redden says:

          Money (in powerful select secretive hands) – as opposed to more reputable markets – has been given excessive license to replace (debunked) morality and free enterprise as custodian of economic and social progress.

          Western consumers wallow in the aftermath of a pig-fest of borrowing, spending, leveraging,consuming, and easy credit / loan backed bonuses generated in a “Just Do It” spirit of to hell with consequences while the party raged.

          Whilst affirming that Chinese pollution is damaging their corner of the world, let’s hope that our beloved politicians aren’t using the issue to precondition support for defaulting on the couple of trillion dollars owed to China????

          Money owed was earned thru China’s national sacrifice and may help restore damage caused in the process of satiating the west’s consumer feeding frenzy.

          Call them a bunch of bastards and assume some kind of moral high ground in refusing to be associated with them – particularly if they tire of lending and start looking for promised repayments??

          Old fashioned morality would dictate that we repay our debts. Modern politics may decide that the price is too high.

      • Ms. Lee says:

        For Your Information:
        1. You can blame the Republicans for the last 8 years and the state of the US
        economy. That’s obvious. You don’t need a hold a degree to figure that
        one out. Plus it will be a longtime to fix the economy.
        2. Approximately 35% of all exports out of China go to the USA. The USA is
        the largest importer of China goods.
        3. The western world is cleaning up their own environment at the expense
        of China, transplanting the problem.
        4. The US likes cheap goods and the cheaper the better.
        5. Tax Wise – the US has some of the lowest taxes in the world. The US should
        tax higher on many goods that other countries do: For example gasoline in
        many parts of Europe including Hong Kong where I now live tax heavily on
        gasoline. It is at least USD6 per gallon. This is not recent either.
        This was the price of gasoline 1.5+ years ago when a barrel of gas was still
        6. Annual Road tax in Hong Kong is: About USD400 for a small
        car and up to USD700+ depending on the engine size of the car.
        7. The US wants everything to be cheap Americans whinge at the slightest
        increase where as it is longstanding in other countries that luxury comes
        with a price.
        8. The US has more cars per household than any country. This
        would be a good way to raise revenue the government so desparately needs
        instead of borrowing it from China.
        9. American want their cake with all the icing, trimmings and cherry on top.

        • Rainman says:

          Ok, so your answer includes taxing Americans more…won’t that just drive more companies overseas and make the demand for cheaper goods rise at the same time since people will have less to spend? The problem is far more complex than taxing Americans to pay for “their sins”….this is the net result of a shrinking world….I didn’t like Bush, but your solution isn’t as complete as you think. I never thought I would say this, as a libertarian, but I think an embargo or tariff is warranted…problem is…China holds most of our debt…you can thank both parties for that one….here is what I think needs to happen:

          -Government needs to cut itself by half
          -Pull the military out of the Middle East and go back to being a neutral country as our founders intended.
          -Reduce the size of the active duty military and increase the reserves (and yes I am active duty)
          -Government needs to cut entitlements (almost impossible to do politically)
          -Pay down the national debt
          -Put an embargo on countries that participate in this kind of behavior, forcing companies to set up shop in the US.

          Politicians will always make promises to the masses they can’t fund, and do the biding of special interests (unions, big oil, banks…).

          “The people sir, are a great beast”


        • Dave says:

          It gets a little old and tiresome hearing someone say “Gasoline is $5 in China; Gasoline is $6 in Europe . . .” SO WHAT?! If you like $5 or $6 gasoline, go live there!

  11. Rip says:

    Haha, ok recruiterrick. I am sure the Democrats will make things a lot better! Thank god they aren’t controlled by the same corporate and banking interests!

  12. Susan Bowman says:

    What can we do to help?

  13. kc says:

    recruiterrick – you sir/maam are a simplistic idiot. “It’s all the republicans fault.” Oh man, that is some deep thinking there. Such eloquence.

  14. AJB says:


    China isn’t a communist country, it’s some hybrid of a totalitarian, fascist system that has embraced a completely unfettered “free-market” industrial policy. Under completely unfettered free market industrialism then the only thing that matters is getting the business and making profits, profits, profits! The environment isn’t in the equation. The peasants aren’t in the equation. Market share, yes. Profit, yes. People, piss on them. Environment, shmironment.

    If the peasants want a job, and we can get them to do it for 16 yuan a day, then 16 yuan a day is what we pay, though we’d rather pay less and will always be looking for a way to pay less, thus to increase our profits. In some ways that is a more of a “free-market” system than we have here. No minimum wage, no unions, no unemployment compensation. The workers aren’t required to work there for the pay, they do it by free-will, with the likely option being further destitution and likely eventual starvation No rules, Baby! May the cheapest producer of goods Win! Win! Win! It’s really all quite egalitarian, don’t you think?

    I’m no promoter or fan of communist ideology, but communism aint the problem here.


    • DontBuyChina says:

      Your concept of free market is somewhat flawed. Yes, free markets can be just as abusive as any other economic system if left to their own ends but that doesn’t make the concept of free markets a bad thing. A free market needs a system of laws and property rights and a system to uphold and enforce those rights to be viable. The Chinese system is not free market. The currency is manipulated. The workers have no representation and are exploited. The government is thoroughly corrupt and sides with giant corporations to crush the average working man.

      The simple fact is that only free markets can create prosperity and a vibrant healthy economy because no centrally planned economy can ever work. The reason being that a society and economy is far too complex for any group of individuals to micromanage. You need the free markets search algorithm of risk, reward and failure to produce the most efficient allocation of resources. There’s no socialist or communist shortcut to that. The sooner we as a human society can realize that, the sooner we can have another enlightenment.

  15. Stuki Moi says:

    When looking at these pictures, keep in mind that this is these people’s first choice, from amongst those available. Bad as the Communist Party over there might be, there’s little indication they are actually forcing people into factories against their will.

    Take away these people’s opportunity to live like this, and their second choice is, on average, even grimmer. So, simply “boycotting China” will do exactly nothing to improve the situation for those actually living there. Instead, the most common resulting scenario will be somewhat higher prices paid by Americans for goods produced in slightly more developed countries, whose still poor workers will in turn buy their stuff from China, as they, as opposed to Americans, really don’t have the luxury of opting to pay more than absolutely necessary for most products.

    An approach more likely to prove helpful, is to, with ones wallet, opt to pay disproportionately more for products manufactured in China by companies who can document that their production processes are more humane and ecologically sound. Similar to what the “certified organic” brand has done for groceries. This will directly change the economic calculation of Chinese businesses to take working conditions and ecological awareness into account when selecting a production process. And allow those who “do the right thing” to charge higher prices for their output, thus providing them with the money to give at least some workers opportunities preferable to those depicted above.

  16. Martin Bond says:

    All these people asking what they can do to help ,….the realistic answer is ”Nothing”
    Sooner or later the sudo communist government will collapse and fall, just like all the other communist governments before them. China has a long long history of the people raising up and getting rid of tyrant rule. They after all, are the only ones that are capable, that can put an end to their suffering….. What comes after, God only knows, governing a country with a population of 1.3 Billion people isn’t going to be a walk in the park!!!
    Will it get rid of the rampant corruption? …… Yeah, when pigs sprout wings and fly!!!!


  17. Martin Bond says:

    You yanks just kill me, …. ”proud to be an American” Your eyes and mind are somewhat clouded. Whether you liked Clinton or not, his administration pulled your national dept back to a level that has not been seen since G, Washington’s time, what did you lot do, when you had the chance of continuing that line?? You voted in just about the worst President and administration America has ever had in it’s history, …lost boy BUSH!!!!

    The fact is, every Republican Administration in the last 50 years and beyond has lived and bread on increasing your National dept at the expense of your least well off. Go read some of your own recent history, i think you might be surprised, at least you wouldn’t be posting the crap you’ve written here !!!


    • DontBuyChina says:

      Even if that were true Mr Bond, the Obama administration has far surpassed anything the Republicans did. But you typically miss the point. Most thinking Americans realize that both parties are criminal and do not represent the interests of the American people. America is a corporatocracy and your Euro nations are not much better. You are consuming a lot of Chinese crap too. At least the US has the proud history of the American revolution, liberty and a rejection of authority and tyranny. What have you British bootlickers ever done? You still have your pathetic inbred hereditary monarchy.

    • Dave says:

      You are absolutely correct, Martin. Dubbia-the-incomopetent barely squeaked into office when he decide that (1) he had a Mandate! (2) he wanted to kill Social Security (3) he wanted to be the “Great War President”. He immediately pushed through a massive tax cut for the wealthy. He quickly started not one, but TWO wars (which he left for President Obama to end) and he tried to bankrupt the nation to kill Social Security. He damned near succeeded in starting Great Depression 2.

  18. querido says:

    I regret having to tell you this, but the coming world government is necessary. Reduction of population, of energy consumption, of industrial activity, etc, will have to be forced. Before rejecting this idea, you should try to search for the alternative. I can’t think of one. The worst of the news is that the world is not overpopulated by 50%, or two-fold, but more like twenty-fold. Make that happen, or enforce a return to agrarianism. Either option will require a world government, or nuclear war.
    A small advanced humanity, or the stone age.

    • DontBuyChina says:

      What are you talking about Qerido? What exactly is your measure of “overpopulated” and why would you need a “one world government” to reduce the population? Wouldn’t the natural limits of the Earth produce an equilibrium with the human population like it does with every other species in the biosphere?

      Do you realize that you are likely to be on the list of the excess population? Do you realize Hitler had the same eugenicist mentality? Look how successful that venture was.

  19. Brian says:

    To all the people who are asking: ‘how can we help’

    Stop buying “Made in China”. My friends and family have already been avoiding Chinese made goods for the past three years. It is a little difficult, but definitely possible.

    The next step is to find products that are manufactured in better conditions – typically nations where there is some semblance of enforcement of ethical, environmental and quality standards. In general (though not always) this means that you DON’T buy from mega-corporations like Walmart, Fisher-Price, etc. but instead from smaller lesser known alternatives, e.g. Plan-toys, local fresh food suppliers, etc.

    And a side benefit is that your home will be less cluttered up with shoddy, toxic crap. You won’t be spending much more, because when you buy real quality stuff, you need to buy less of it to be happy…

  20. DontBuyChina says:

    Don’t buy Made in China. You are both helping to support the criminal communist Chinese government, the exploitative corporations and complicit US government and you are helping to offshore US manufacturing jobs to the Chinese cesspool.

  21. matt says:

    What a wonderful country! I’m glad we’re turning communist. Thanks Barack. Thanks Bush. Thanks Clinton. Thanks Bush. Thanks Reagan. Thanks Carter. Thanks.

  22. matt says:

    I think the reason why China sucks is because the Chinese are an inferior race.

  23. matt says:

    Are they going to change their dollars into yuan so that everything we buy from them becomes more expensive ?

    I just got three good DVDs from wal-mart and a nice tshirt. I walked around barefoot there. most stores they tell you you can’t walk around barefoot. I like walmart. Walmart has culture. the people there are different and interesting and more independent and individual

  24. matt says:

    If those chinese don’t won’t to make us products, then they can stop doing so and they can start their own jobs and businesses, whatever they like, and be their own bosses too, however they like.

    They have free will.

  25. matt says:

    How come there are always so many

  26. matt says:

    They have flat faces.

  27. matt says:

    mmmmmmm flat faces

  28. kristina says:

    hmmm, will they still be the inferior race when they decide to collect our debt we owe them and make the dollar collapse? i’m sure you will still love walmart then, too.

  29. Dr Y N I Anand says:

    Don’t accuse only some people or parties guys (like the Communist Party of China or the Republicans/Democrats of US). Most of us are thieves or opportunists. If I am not a thief or an opportunist, it simply means I did not get an opportunity. You go to any developing country and the scenario is the same. Everywhere the waste is dumped into the rivers, from where we got the cleanest of the waters. Now we have multinationals who sell the so called “Mineral Water” and rake in millions. Whether in India, Europe, America or Africa, all are same since all of us are human beings. Only things is that the scale of offense is different. One of the commentators of this forum has raised concerns about the global safety as far as the environment is concerned. Don’t worry! Nature has its own way way of corrections. After some time the place becomes uninhabitable and water becomes not potable. People will be forced to leave the place and settle elsewhere. After another few thousand years the place will be cleaned up by the nature and becomes habitable once again. This cycle will go on eternally. That is how the nature (We call Him GOD) will rid of all the illnesses of the environment.

    Thanks, Dr Anand

  30. The CAT says:

    It’s sad to see a people who are capable of such great things, reduced to living like slaves for money they will eventually lose. While their government kills themselves making their country toxic, the money made will then be loaned to the US only to be never paid back.

    It’s almost karma; when you, as an individual, government or country decide poisoning yourselves is worth a couple of worthless paper dollars, the price you pay in the end is that you’ll have your money while simutaneously dying of cancer drinking toxic water and eating contaminated food. While the elite may be able to afford to eat imported, can they sleep knowing they’re traitors to their own country, ruining their environment and threatening the lives of future generations of chinese including there own families. How will it be when the history books tell the tale of a once great China, destroyed with greed to benefit a small group of people, even disregarding their own future offspring.

  31. Dan says:

    Stop buying Chinese made products. That’s what you can do! Demand products made in the USA or other western countries. No wonder we can’t compete. If you think it won’t matter, then your right… it won’t until it’s too late. You decide when… 20% unemployment? 25%???

  32. Houhou says:

    China’s economic growth is coming at a huge price. Already many economists acknowledge that if you subtract environmental damage costs from China’s growth, it may not be growing that fast if at all. They will reap what they have sown, one day the tens of thousands of local protests (many of which are aimed at environmental issues) will begin to join into a nationwide movement. You can block twitter, facebook etc, but the chinese govt. are fighting a losing battle. In the future generations of chinese will look back on the CCP with disgust and sorrow for what has happened to so much of their beautiful country – all so the CCP can deliver economic growth and thus remain in power… shame on them.

  33. Space Dindon says:

    The comments on this page are just as scary as the pictures. Sad world.

  34. mircea says:

    I wonder how many of those industrial facilities are controlled by western corporations.

    just a thought…

    I am not a China supporter, but we should ask ourselves this question before blaming China.

  35. cems says:

    The EPA recently ruled that greenhouse gases such as CO2 are harmful and are subject to monitoring. They should not only monitor emissions from US factories and power plants, but also estimate the emissions caused by the production and transportation of imported products. For this to happen, we would need independent monitoring groups to certify the factories overseas for US importers.

  36. Dave_A says:

    Once again, I would like to remind people of how smart I am. I love illegal aliens and strong, facist government. As the command specalist major of the army I approve of the job the chinese government does. I wish they would do it with less freedom and liberty though.

  37. tongsillapa says:


  38. andy says:

    Stop buying made in china. Your kids will also get the same infections.

  39. Solartraveler says:

    The pictures made me felt sad. The pictures show the worst if you combine unregulated capitalism with communism.
    The problem is, that consumers buy the cheapest products and the cheapest way for production is to pollute the environment. As consumer you don’t see under which circumstances a product was produced.
    Unfortunately not buying “Made in China” does not help. Because even if a product is assembled in a country with hight environmental standards, the parts will most likely come from countries with low standards anyway.
    Currently the only way to make 100% sure to not support such pollution is to not buy anything – especially no electronics.
    Maybe the simplest way to solve the problem is, to give consumers a choice. Like I can already choose (in my country) between foods produced with or without pesticide.
    Make a law, which requires to print down the complete pollution resulting in all the product production steps on the package.
    Then you can choose between your new the dirty produced 150$ TFT or ecologically friendly produced 300$ TFT.

  40. d says:

    very sad… hopefully these pictures will make a difference in changing chinese officials’ stance on pollution…

  41. ........ says:

    why dont these stupid chinese slaves do something.

    well i guess thats why they are slaves, dickless cowards

  42. Dileep says:

    Appreciating all of yours works to make it infront of world. Everybody please try to pass these discussions to WHO or other international organizations.

    This is the problem of all capitalized countries. But it will explodes whole earth one day.

  43. Da Long says:

    PRC is actually less communist than the United States. I draw this comparison by the freedoms allowed citizens and by the strict, communist standards of law enforcement in the United States. Eminent Domain as it is understood in the United States, gives the government the power to take your property and leave you with nothing. China is moving away from this practice. So as time goes on, China becomes more of a democracy in the true fashion of the classical United States, and The United States becomes a futuristic communist regime similar to that of Norman Jewison’s portayal in Rollerball. In 2013 when Project Blue Beam is enacted, and every citzens hdtv set is broadcasting the these events, you will see the true nature of the US Communist beast. Most Americans would never bother traveling to China, but instead they think they know everything about the country from the comfort of their upper middle class suburban home.

  44. atrix says:

    and all made from R.O.C came from these land .. *sigh*

  45. Diogo Spina says:

    O mundo tem que acabar mesmo. Bem Vindo 2012.

  46. Emalee says:

    Children, children – this is just the free market at work unrestrained by bothersome regulation. Look and learn.

  47. ecs25858 says:

    Why are we destroying the world to make money off the backs of those who are victims of this gross negligence??

  48. Gaia says:

    Return to Agriculture is the only solution.
    For China. For Europe. For America. For Earth.

    Return to Agriculture.

  49. Emily says:

    I once heard a wonderfully wise blog post say “nothing is cheap, you just pay for it in a different way.” And these poor people are paying for it, big time. Heart-breaking pictures. No point in trying to place blame, I just hope there is a chance for change before everything is dead.

  50. Christmasmudkip says:

    Lu Guang has put himself at risk of personal harm to present these grotesque images as further evidence of the problem human beings terrorizing the environment specifically in China. That he has got so many people talking about who’s to blame and what solution there is to this problem testifies to the power of his photographs.

  51. Arran McElhinney says:

    This was very sad to see. WTF!

  52. Mark says:

    Holy mother of gods. . what a CRAP!!

    This makes me pissed off!!

    Boycotting China!!

    Stupid fukking human slaves outhere



  53. James says:

    think about these pictures next time you go to a department store to buy electronics or junk toys for your kid with that “Made in China” sticker on the bottom, China needs to clean up its manufacturing methods

  54. wra says:

    There is nothing new under the sun. These pictures could be replaced by early 20th century USA industrial plants, 1960’s Eastern Bloc countries, the Soviet Union in the 1940’s.

    People on this planet never learn from history. Everyone is too busy trying to make it rich; and the ones that do – use the ones that don’t as slaves.

  55. Lyndell says:

    I worked in the rag trade when Paul Keating ruined the rag trade and put hundreds and probably thousands of Australian’s out of a job that business went to China – try buying an Australian made shirt – and we grow the best cotton and wool right here in Australia

    when the Government and the media showed sweet shops in Melbourne and made out how bad they were we should have asked the people who actually thought being with their familys and working in a clean enviornment was better than where they come from or where they had to go when their work was taken from them and they had no way to look after their families

    I work in Tourism now and the new wages will put a lot of people out of work as they make it too expensive to have people employed
    they gave everyone a cheque in one hand and as usual they will take that cheque back many times over – the labour government say they are for the people what a joke the labour party are a bunch of communist pigs – would you like the farmers to go broke and we can import our food – from countries like China who have no enviornmental laws and they can spray all kinds of toxins and poisons all over it and we can have children with 6 or 7 heads before we ask why why – the garlic on your garlic prawns or your stir fry is at the moment coming from China and people are feeding it to their children check it out in the supermarkets country of Origin China
    how much has leukemia and cancer risen in your life time – why????????????????
    We live in a wonderful country with wonderful recourses but we have to support Australia and Australians and make sure that we have some kind of quality control

    be very careful of people who want to buy your votes – how much of that money was spent on drugs and booze was it really good for Australia? and Australian

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  60. Santiago says:

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  61. mao-ka-Dung says:

    Whoever said China is a communist country///The statement”Imperialism is the highest stage of Capatalism” is evident here.

  62. Daymadi-T. says:

    Apocalyptic reality !
    Hope that will wakes up awareness of anyone , particularly those who has the
    power of decision, to look much closer into this reality !
    Great shots of Great Photographer !

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