Day 45: Wuhan Flooding Aftermath

 

We returned to Wuhan a month after the flooding, revisiting the sites we saw last time. The park along the Yangtze River has mostly recovered, where certain areas are under repairs and still show remains of post flooding such as washed up items and lost objects. The entrance to the pedestrian port, Longmen Gate has reopened to the public after being heavily guarded previously due to floods. The flooding had caused fish from water reservoirs around the area to over flow into the river, which resulted in people fishing by the shores. Other activities such as tour boats along the river and swimmers by the banks have also returned back to normal, as is the rest of the city.

 

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