Contrary to a previous claim here , bloggers have been as busy  as Nüwa  in their citizen reporting  of the deadly floods  that have devastated  many areas in China  during this summer's rainy season .
Three such reports can be found today on the Moobol  live broadcast website, first one dated July 7 from  the Guang'an city  length of the Qujiang  River in Sichuan  province, where floods continue to keep the local villages submerged:
Three of the several photos taken by Moobol user 123:
Two other reports from this week can be found, one in Chongqing from Moobol user Zhong Guilin , where it is written that from the night of the 19th to the morning of the 20th this month, waters on the Jialing River rose by nearly three meters to a total of 188.31 meters, and this just one of the photos taken by Zhong Guilin down at the Chaotianmen wharf, where approximately a thousand people had gathered to watch the flood pass through.
Also from the 20th of this month are several photos taken by Liu Junfeng of  of the 42,369 cubic meters seen during second flushing out of sand this summer at the Gezhouba Dam , the first of the Three Gorges , where the Yangtze River  passes through Hubei  province: