China’s Most Incredible Holdout – Bai Shi (ÁôΩÁü≥)

From Peering Into the Interior blog:

The following is a news article translated from Southern Metropolis Daily. This is about a building site in that has brought about suspicion on the web forums in China.



钉子户
Ôºù literally means “a slug house” but it means someone who refuses to move out from their house. I have translated it as a “holdout,” there might be a better translation but its all I could think of.

The original can be found here. More pictures here.

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This must be the sales office building

It might be some sort of historical relic

Maybe people are practicing rock climbing here
?

How are they going to build this building? This is a true test of construction technology

They excavated the surroundings to build a moat!

At the beginning of this month, a post titled “history’s most incredible holdout” started circulating on a famous BBS, the content of the post is a picture of a 10 meter deep pit dug around a solitary small two story building, just like a small boat in the middle of the ocean. [Full Text]

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