The entire Shandong Chengkanhai Model Airport is flooded | China flood update

On August 26, affected by Typhoon Bawei , the entire Shandong Peninsula was hit by heavy rain . Many cities in Shandong issued red warning signals for heavy rain . In particular, Qingdao was severely affected, and even Qingdao Airport had started to watch the sea . Many cars floated on the street and covered the ocean.
The video posted by netizens shows that Qingdao Airport has opened the sea-watching mode and has become a sea airport with about 20 cm of water.
When Qingdao was flooded, the CCP made a video to mock the sewers that the Germans built more than a hundred years ago. Netizens complained: "This is ridiculous. The powerful country actually pinned the hope of not being flooded on the Germans more than 100 years ago. Above the sewers. I really want to vomit. The rise of your great power originally depends on foreign countries. No matter how good things are in your country’s hands, they will become rubbish. Because your wicked party only knows to take, not to pay, and not to maintain. The CCP To exist in the world is the shame of the world. It is also said that people with a common conscience in the Chinese Communist Party are confused and inexcusable."
China denies millions of lives at risk as catastrophic flooding threatens Three Gorges Dam.
As many as 400 million lives may be at risk as torrential rain in China threatens the world’s largest dam.
The Chinese government has moved to defend the structural integrity of the massive Three Gorges Dam, as a hydrology expert took to international media over the weekend to warn it could collapse at any moment.
On Monday, the Chinese government-controlled Global Times said the dam was at not at risk.
“Chinese experts have dismissed rumours hyped by some Western media that the Three Gorges Dam, the world’s biggest hydropower project, is at risk of collapse,” the English language tabloid, regarded as the Chinese Communist Party’s mouthpiece, reported.
The Global Times said faulty satellite imaging was to blame for the misleading Google photo.

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