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Drought lingers in SW China resort

2012-05-04 13:28:25 GMT2012-05-04 21:28:25(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Cracks expose the bottom of Heilong Lake in Lijiang, a well-known resort in Southwest China's Yunnan province, May 3, 2012. The lake, formed by fountains, is suffering a shortage of water supply during a severe drought that has been lingering in Lijiang for three months. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Cracks expose the bottom of Heilong Lake in Lijiang, a well-known resort in Southwest China's Yunnan province, May 3, 2012.The lake, formed by fountains, is suffering a shortage of water supply during a severe drought that has been lingering in Lijiang for three months.

Cracks expose the bottom of Heilong Lake in Lijiang, a well-known resort in Southwest China's Yunnan province, May 3, 2012. The lake, formed by fountains, is suffering a shortage of water supply during a severe drought that has been lingering in Lijiang for three months. [Photo/China.org.cn]

A dried-up section of Heilong Lake in Lijiang, a well-known resort in Southwest China's Yunnan province, is exposed, May 3, 2012. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Cracks expose the bottom of Heilong Lake in Lijiang, a well-known resort in Southwest China's Yunnan province, May 3, 2012. The lake, formed by fountains, is suffering a shortage of water supply during a severe drought that has been lingering in Lijiang for three months.

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