Trash and debris are strewn about in the small community of Nanmen outside Shanghai while factories rise up in the distance. (Brittany Horn/Penn State University/MCT)
Trash and debris are strewn about in the small community of Nanmen outside Shanghai while factories rise up in the distance. (Brittany Horn/Penn State University/MCT) MCT
Trash and debris are strewn about in the small community of Nanmen outside Shanghai while factories rise up in the distance. (Brittany Horn/Penn State University/MCT) MCT

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