Goqui is one of 400 island archipelago named Shengsi at the mouth of China’s Yangtze River, where all fishermen had moved to mainland and the plants in the village are crawling over the houses they left behind. There’re 18 of almost 400 islands are inhabitable and have become a tourist attraction for fishing.
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