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Down they go!
www.chinaview.cn 2005-05-23 11:21:02

Sixteen defective buildings in a village in Shenzhen of South China's Guangdong Province are demolished en masse May 22, 2005, setting a national record in the scale and difficulty of the dynamite demolition. The buildings are coming down to make way for the renovation of the city's Fishermen's Village, which borders the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. [newsphoto]

Sixteen defective buildings in a village in Shenzhen of South China's Guangdong Province are demolished en masse May 22, 2005, setting a national record in the scale and difficulty of the dynamite demolition. The buildings are coming down to make way for the renovation of the city's Fishermen's Village, which borders the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. [newsphoto]

Sixteen defective buildings in a village in Shenzhen of South China's Guangdong Province are demolished en masse May 22, 2005, setting a national record in the scale and difficulty of the dynamite demolition.


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