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04.11.2011 21:19 - Икономическото чудо Хуаси: Най-богатото китайско село в снимки
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Икономическото чудо Хуаси: Най-богатото китайско село

This Chinese Village Is So Rich It Built A Fake "Great Wall" And "Arc De Triomphe"
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/huaxi-richest-village-china-photos-2011-10?op=1#ixzz1clWoVG6i Не го превеждам, защото снимките говорят сами за себе си.
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Image: ap

Huaxi, in Jiangsu Province, is not your average Chinese village.

In the past few decades it has transformed from a sleepy farming town to a surreal version of utopia where every person is entitled to free healthcare and education, a luxurious home, and cooking oil.

It is home to a "World Park" filled with replicas of the world"s most iconic landmarks, from the Statue of Liberty to the Arc de Triomphe.

And it"s putting the finishing touches on a glossy green skyscraper, set to become the world"s 15th tallest building.

Of course, life in this idyllic town comes at a cost. Residents work seven days a week, often in Huaxi"s industrial plants, and if you leave, you lose it all.

Thanks to photographer Bert van Dijk, who was kind enough to share some snapshots with us.


Welcome to Huaxi, the richest village in China. Around 328,700 people live here. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

It"s known for a standard of living uncharacteristic of rural China. Imported BMWs, Cadillacs, and Mercedes are not uncommon on Huaxi"s roads. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

Source: CRIWebcast Every household is worth at least $250,000. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Source: The Daily Mail Each adult is entitled to a free house. These luxury apartments overlook the waterfront. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Source: CRIWebcast There is a catch, of course. All Huaxi residents are required to work seven days a week, often in the town"s hi-tech steel and textile plants. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Source: CRIWebcast Huaxi is the brainchild of Wu Ren Bao, who turned the sleepy farming town into a Chinese version of Eden. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

Source: CRIWebcast Here"s a propaganda advertisement for Bao, who had the idea of putting the village on the stock exchange. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Source: CRIWebcast Forget traditional farming--Huaxi engages in hi-tech hydroponic agriculture. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Source: CRIWebcast Bao didn"t want any of Huaxi"s residents to get wet in the rain, so he built a sprawling network of covered walkways around the village. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

Source: CRIWebcast Even the restaurants are gilded. This one is decorated with an elaborate bird sculpture. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Of course, the 7-day workweek doesn"t allow time for travel. So Bao has brought the world to Huaxi in the form of World Park. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

Source: CRIWebcast The park is filled with iconic monuments from within China, like the Forbidden City of Beijing. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

And the Great Wall of China. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

There are also European landmarks, like the Arc de Triomphe. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

There"s apparently a replica of the Sydney Opera House, though we couldn"t find a picture. Check out the gondola in the background. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

The U.S. is also represented--kind of. This monument combines the White House, Capitol and Statue of Liberty. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Here"s a close-up of Huaxi"s Lady Liberty, through the trees. image

Image: CRIwebcast via Youtube

Now, Huaxi is putting the final touches on an immense skyscraper, which clocks in at 1,076 feet. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Here"s the building"s interior--it"s got a strong torch theme. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

From the skyscraper, you"ll have a panoramic view of Huaxi"s ornate buildings and neat public spaces. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

At night, the village lights up like a Christmas tree. image

Image: Bert van Dijk via Flickr

Now tour another strange Chinese phenomenon image

Image: triplefivedrew via Flickr

Tour Thames Town, The Chinese Ghost Town That Looks Like It Was Plucked From The British Countryside >
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/huaxi-richest-village-china-photos-2011-10?op=1#ixzz1clWScIK8


Тагове:   Китай,   село,   богато,


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Спечели и ти от своя блог!
1. josarian - Най-много ви харесаха смога по снимките и дима, от който не могат да се видят комините и местното "Кремиковци"
05.11.2011 10:43
иначе другото го бива. Трябва да сме обективни и великодушни - дай-боже всеки да живее богато, но най-вече свободно:)
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