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Post time 2004-8-2 14:56:50 |Display all floors

Re: "there are other places there . Blocks of flats built 2 feet from each other

I guess you are as ignorant as that resident racist xxx whose rear end you are so eager to wipe.

What you mentioned is called "the villages in the city", pockets of reserved lands owned by the aboriginal peasants (they were there long  before Deng came up with the idea of a capitalist experiment which would be called Shen Zhen). The aboriginal peasants in Shen Zhen, who have since become the wealthiest in China, have full rights to their lands, and the municipal govt of shen zhen had no say in the way they constructed their peasant-style buildings (yes, right in the middle of the city).  

Learn and educate yourself before you bitch.

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Post time 2004-8-2 15:10:32 |Display all floors

Shen Zhen, the Garden City

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Shen Zhen, the Garden City

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Post time 2004-8-2 15:11:59 |Display all floors

Shen Zhen, the Garden City

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Post time 2004-8-2 15:20:59 |Display all floors

Shenzhen - the Garden City at a glance (37 parks covering 3,175 hectares!!!!!)

(From http://www.sz.gov.cn/english/photo.htm )

Shenzhen, a vigorous city only 20 years old, won the first prize of the Fourth International Garden City Contest in 2000, among large cities with populations over 1 million.

The contest, dubbed the "Green Oscar," is organized by the British-based International Federation of Park and Recreation Administration. The annual event aims to enhance environmental management, promote exemplary city planning and improve people's living conditions.

As its tradition, the contest inspects five environmental management aspects such as beautification of the landscape, heritage management, environment protection, community involvement and landscape planning. It divides the contestants into five groups according to their populations and awards them respectively.

Applications are open globally and the contest is expected to attract more than 40 cities and 200 representatives around the world. In the year 2000, 43 cities in 23 countries took part in the competition.

Shenzhen is the first Chinese city to earn such an honour, thanks to its strenuous efforts to build a picturesque city since its establishment.

It now takes a lead in afforestation construction in the country, boasting such accomplishments as per capita green belt areas of 14 square metres and 37 parks covering 3,175 hectares.

A batch of rules on city management will be revised to meet international standards and high technology will also be applied in areas like planning, plantation and supervision.

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Post time 2004-8-2 15:29:30 |Display all floors

To the resident racist China-hater who thinks Chinese are all bookish poor stude

"he is a bookish source of encyclopedic information but hasn'ttravelled anywhere. "

FYI, TheStud, a world traveller, lived in western Europe for 2 years, and drove cross the continent to visit every country many times. And yes, he drove to many cities as well as scenic and ski resorts in Switzerland, too. His knowledge of the European continent is profound.

Surprise, surprise.

Guess what? TheStud also lived on the American continent for over a decade. He drove from New York City all the way to San Diego, California. Not just once.

:)

"I spent three years there - and I feel Shenzhen is one of the most boring built-up places on planet Earth, rivalled only by Kabul and Ryiadh. "

Finally this resident racist xxx admitted that he does not have a life. Thus, his anger and irrational hostilities toward anything Chinese.

Did Chinese women in Shen zhen seriously abuse and use him as a fooled tool and tooled fool? :)

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Post time 2004-8-2 15:47:35 |Display all floors

Shen Zhen, the Garden City

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