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House Owners “Disappeared” after Nail House Demolished – Josie Liu

From China in Transition blog: They accepted an offer of a same-size property at a different location as the exchange for the nail house, plus 900,000 yuan ($112,500) of compensation for their business loss due to the redevelopment construction.Journalists, however, were not able to reach the couple for comments on the finale of their long […]

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“Nail house” in SW China to be demolished – Xinhua

Xinhua gives the latest update on the “nail house” in Chongqing: A Chinese couple’s battle to stop developers from razing their home has finally come to an end with a negotiated agreement that will nevertheless see their house in southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality demolished Monday evening. Wu Ping and Yang Wu, the owner of the […]

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Newsdesk: Doing the Nail House Rock in Guangxi – RFA

From RFA Unplugged blog: Where: Sanhekou village, Beihai City, Guangxi Province When: Tuesdsay 3/27 and Wednesday 3/28 What: Up to 1,000 people, including anti-riot police, demolition crew in hard hats, and uniformed personnel in military fatigues, forcibly demolished the village and beat villagers who refused to move; several people were injured; local media are prohibited […]

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Nail House Demolishing Deadline Set, Yet Again – Josie Liu

From China in Transition blog: Huang Yun, chief of Jiulongpo District, showing a image of the redeveloped area at a press conferenceThe newest deadline for Yang Wu to leave and have his house removed is April 10. This is the third time the local court issued such an order to Mr. Yang, and the two-story […]

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Southern Weekend’s Investigative Report on the Chongqing “Nail House” – ESWN

ESWN just translated another long article from the Chinese media about the Chongqing “Nail House”: A Southern Weekend report titled “The Inside Investigation of the Chongqing ‘Nail House’” written by Zhang Rui (º†ÊǶ): On the evening of March 27, Yang Wu, the owner of the building on number 17, Hexing Road, Yangjiaping, Chongqing, appeared on […]

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“Nail House” Event Generated Wave of Public Discussion On Property Law On Chinese Media – David Kelly

Even after the Central Propaganda Department’s order to the press banning independent reporting on Chongqing’s “Nail House” event, many Chinese media continue to run commentary and discussions on this case, generally exploring its relationship to the Property Law. David Kelly has translated a series of article titles from Chinese media, just to illustrate that the […]

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Young Blogger Took on the Coverage of Chongqing Nail House – Josie Liu

The Party’s Propaganda Department has given orders to Chinese domestic media to stop reporting on the “nail house” story, a Chinese journalist who is currently in Chongqing wrote on his blog. Now some Chinese bloggers have taken up their “citizen journalist” role. Read the following post from China in Transition blog: While the Chinese public […]

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China Youth Daily editorial calls for greater professionalism in Chongqing “nail house” reports – CMP

China Media Project has translated portions of an editorial in China Youth Daily criticizing domestic media’s coverage of the “nail house” story, saying the reports have been blown out of proportion. From CMP’s introduction: The China Youth Daily editorial, written by Lu Gaofeng (ÈôÜÈ´òÂ≥∞), suggests that some media have used (or abused) coverage of the […]

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