Fisherman starts new business after fishing ban on Yangtze River

2020-01-09 03:05:04 GMT2020-01-09 11:05:04(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Fishery administrative boats cruise to inspect the implementation of fishing ban in the Yangtze River on Jan. 8, 2020. China on Jan. 1 began a 10-year fishing ban on key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity in the country's longest river. (Photo by Cao Yaxuan/Xinhua) Fishery administrative boats cruise to inspect the implementation of fishing ban in the Yangtze River on Jan. 8, 2020. China on Jan. 1 began a 10-year fishing ban on key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity in the country's longest river. (Photo by Cao Yaxuan/Xinhua)
Fishery administrative boats cruise to inspect the implementation of fishing ban in the Yangtze River on Jan. 8, 2020. China on Jan. 1 began a 10-year fishing ban on key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity in the country's longest river. (Photo by Cao Yaxuan/Xinhua) Fishery administrative boats cruise to inspect the implementation of fishing ban in the Yangtze River on Jan. 8, 2020. China on Jan. 1 began a 10-year fishing ban on key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity in the country's longest river. (Photo by Cao Yaxuan/Xinhua)
Zhao Zelun and his father sort old fishing net in Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan) Zhao Zelun and his father sort old fishing net in Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
Aerial photo taken on Jan. 7, 2020 shows Zhao Zelun's home on Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan) Aerial photo taken on Jan. 7, 2020 shows Zhao Zelun's home on Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
Zhao Zelun rows his boat offshore Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan) Zhao Zelun rows his boat offshore Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
Zhao Zelun checks the growth of sugar canes at his farm in Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan) Zhao Zelun checks the growth of sugar canes at his farm in Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
Zhao Zelun anchors the boat in Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan) Zhao Zelun anchors the boat in Zhongba Island in Chongqing, southwest China, Jan. 7, 2020. From Jan. 1, 2020, China began a 10-year fishing ban in key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity. Zhao, finishing his 30 years' career as fisherman, started a farm hostel business in Zhongba Island. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
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