China, which in recent years has been among the world's leading powers, is faced with a problem that is more characteristic of third world countries.
Power shortages have recently become so severe that factories across China are closing, and the problem is especially acute in industrial centers in the northeast of the country as winter approaches.
What exactly caused such a large-scale energy crisis that brought the Celestial Empire to the brink of an abyss, and can this have consequences for the rest of the world?
Featured image and video courtesy: Innovative Techs
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