Mrs. Chan

XINJIANG: #BERSIH Energy

In Wandering Chans on August 5, 2011 at 10:00 pm

“No rock so hard but that a little wave may beat admission in a thousand years”

- Lord Alfred Tennyson

pic by EASY YASHASHHI

Clean energy bursting, roaring loud and clear.

pic by EASY YASHASHII

Despite the tiring flight, we so looked forward to put on our forbidden YELLOW TEES in support of our comrades back home. On this 9th July afternoon, the LEVART Xinjiang 2011 gang marched on 4688 kilometres from home in support of Bersih 2.0

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Set against a backdrop of  Xinjiang’s wind farms along the Silk Route, we are determined to fight alongside fellow Malaysians to demand for electoral reforms.

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These windmills look small in the pictures, but that’s deceptive. It takes a 22 wheeler truck to transport a single propeller fin, even then 20 feet of it will be sticking out from the truck.

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Six years ago China could barely produce enough electricity for a city. Today, they have not only became the world’s second largest producer of renewable energy through wind turbines but are now exporting their technological know-how.

#BERSIH energy through winds of change, how an idea can come to it’s fullest potential!

CLEAN and renewable energy is the way to go!!

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trHcmFeO3mY&w=560&h=349]

  1. Yay, wind energy!

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