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In Mae Hong Son province, Doi Kloselo tourist attractions are to be created in a desperate attempt by locals to stop a planned hydropower dam on the Salween River. The Salween is one of Asia’s last largely free-flowing rivers. About 3,300 kilometres long, the Salween flows from the Tibetan Plateau south into the Andaman Sea, primarily within southwest China and eastern Myanmar, but with a short section forming the border between Thailand and Myanmar. The Myanmar side is the planned site of a cascade of six massive dams in some of the most lawless regions of the country. Most of […]

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So Thailand should 100% boycott and not buy the power from Burma, oops - Myanmar. There comes a time to where alternate energy sources need to be concidered as Mother Nature continualy gets the shaft at the hands of the corrupt and non caring.

China once again is behind this venture scr-e-wing up the world.

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