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Chairman of Foundation for World Wide Cooperation
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Nothing is more important, and at the same time, more elementary, than water: it is our life. Right from our earliest school days, we are taught that our body is composed almost entirely of water, and yet we use water without reflecting on how important it is. It is so commonplace that one dictionary definition is rather humorous: “A colorless, transparent, odorless liquid; under specific conditions of temperature and pressure, it can be found in the solid state, when it is called ice; or in a gaseous form, when it is called vapor”.
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