The VLOG records that Mohamed Ouedraogo, who is studying for a Ph.D. in population, resource, and environmental economics at the Faculty of Economics of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, boarded a fishery speedboat, and asked about fishing ban policies and fishery supervision information from the perspective of foreign experts. The system has shown the world the specific implementation of China’s fishing ban: actively popularizing the law, patrolling 24 hours a day, strictly controlling illegal fishing, and allowing scientific research and monitoring. Fishing is under supervision and recreational fishing is allowed for civilians.

The ten-year fishing ban on the Yangtze River is a large-scale and long-term super project, and China is effectively promoting it.