MBtv: China’s Yangtze fishing communities adapt to life on land

Beijing this year rolled out a ten-year fishing ban along the Yangtze and its major lakes and tributaries, hitting pause on a centuries-old trade. The overdue attention on conservation has impacted nearly 300,000 fishing families. 52-year-old Yang Zeqiang and his neighbours on Zhongba — a small island near the southwestern metropolis of Chongqing — are adjusting to replace their lost income.