Read this off BBC:
Tackling Qingdao’s invading algae
Locals say the algae has never been so thick here – agricultural and industrial pollution are thought to be responsible.
But China, embarrassed by the most vivid proof yet of its environmental problems, says the algae is a natural occurrence, and blames the sea for being too salty, the sun for being too hot.
At a news conference earlier in the day one official suggested that algae could be good for you.
“The Japanese eat it,” she said.
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If one day every Malaysian minister gets the can, I’m sure China will welcome them with open arms. Excellent work experience, after all.