Photo series: The most extravagant district government in the world (Update)

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From Chinese freelance writer Lian Yue’s blog – Lian Yue’s Eighth Continent (link):

“A formal welcome and introduction ceremony was held for the county party visiting group. Front row third from the left: Zhang Junfeng, Party Secretary of Huiji District. Front row first from left, Zhang Manru, Governor of of Huiji District.”

Don’t underestimate these two people. They are really powerful dudes, because they own the most extravagant district government in the world.

(See below, translated by CDT.)

From People’s Net, via (link):

Let’s take a good look at the world’s most extravagant district government:

The Huiji district government and the Huiji Communist Party Committee administrative offices are located in Gushuyuan, Huji district, Zhengzhou city, Henan province. This office space covers 500 acres, including 36,000 square meters of grass lawn, two imported 60-80 ton giant rocks, a tennis court, a basketball court, and other entertainment facilities. It has planted 3721 threes, including 880 ancient trees, three of them more then 1000 years old, dozens of trees more than 500 years old, 850 trees more than 100 years old…

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Serving the People.”

UPDATE: See also ESWN (link) and Massage Milk (link) on this topic.



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