|A scenic view of the Dongjiang dam in Guangdong province|
|Hong Kong lawmakers visited Dongjiang last week|
|Massive pipes transporting water to Hong Kong|
Singapore used to be dependent on Malaysia for water, with an 80-20 ratio much like Hong Kong and Guangdong. But it's since been reversed, with the Lion City capturing more rain water in reservoirs and having water treatment plants to recycle waste water.
Why aren't we doing the same?
Or is this a political kowtow to the motherland?