The Chinese government has announced plans to build the world’s biggest mountain range.
The Xinjiang Autonomous Region, home to the world-famous Beech Mountain, has already built two major dams to bring water from the Yangtze River into the region.
The plans call for building a third, as well as a fifth and sixth dam.
The new construction would add to the region’s already massive water supply.
The region’s water needs will grow even more as the country’s population ages and as it tries to cope with a shrinking population.
Beech is the world leader in hydroelectric power.
Its dams can bring as much as 150 million cubic meters of water a day to the Yangti River, the world water source, from the mountains to the coast, according to the Beijing-based think tank China Institute of Technology.
At the same time, its dam-building has also helped China boost its carbon dioxide emissions and reduce air pollution.
Beech Mountain has more than 100 million residents.
It sits just outside of China’s provincial capital, Nanjing, on the banks of the Yang River.
Its size and its steep slopes make it a natural barrier to outsiders, with access only through the main gates.
The government wants to expand the area and make it accessible to tourists, as it did with other mountain ranges.
Beijing hopes to make the area even more attractive to visitors, with an elevated train and hotel that would also allow people to climb.
It plans to erect two large towers at the top of Beech, about 1,000 feet above the surface, to bring in tourists and tourists from other cities.
“We have an incredible natural wonder of a mountain range, and now we want to bring it out to the people and show them that it is a beautiful place, an amazing natural wonder,” the president of the Beech region, Geng Huai, said in a video posted on the region, where he is holding a news conference.
He said that the construction of the third and fourth dams would help improve the regions water supply by providing more clean water for the region and its citizens.
There are many different ways to build dams in China.
Some, like the new ones announced, would have to be built underground.
But some, like Beech’s, would be on top of a hilltop.
One of the biggest problems in building new dams is that water tends to get stuck between the rock and the ground.
That’s because the water tends not to mix well, so the dam’s top surface would be a solid block of rock.