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People across China salute World Environment Day
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A young girl models clothing made entirely of waste materials including paper and discarded CDs in Jinan, Shandong Province, on June 3. The girl's Jinan kindergarten staged a fashion show to display clothing made from waste materials and to educate the students on environmental protection in anticipation of World Environment Day on June 5.

A woman throws a used battery into a collection bin for electronic waste in Yichang, Hubei Province on June 3. City residents are able to receive an environmentally friendly cloth shopping bag in exchange for a used battery.

(CRI, Xinhua News Agency June 4, 2008)

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