"Câu chuyện và hình ảnh độc đáo quá bác Matthew ơi.Cảm ơn Bác".
From: Fanxico Tran
Subject:Cặp vợ chồng Chệt zà nầy chống lại thành công việc chính quyền CS Chệt dịnh ..
Chuyện bên Tàu kũng vui: Có kặp vợ chồng zà, nhất dịnh không zi chuyễn khoãi chung cư trên dất mà họ làm chũ khi chính quyền muốn họ zời di chỗ khác dễ xây dường sá.
Họ lấy lý zo là dất cũa họ dã không dược chính quyền bồi thường xứng dáng .. Vì mới kó luật tu chính như sau:
"Việc cưỡng ép dễ fá hũy tài sãn cũa zân chúng là bất hợp fáp, nếu sự bồi thường cũa chính fũ cho gia chũ không dược xem là xứng dáng"
Won't sell up? Enjoy living in the middle of a motorway! Road is built around a house after elderly Chinese couple refuse to move
By Alex Ward
. A lone apartment building stands in the middle of a newly built road after an elderly couple refused to relocate.
. Luo Baogen and his wife insist on living in the half-demolished building in the city of Wenling, in Zhejiang province, China because they believe that the relocation compensation offered by the government is not enough.
. Now the only building left standing, the five storey block is a strange sight as cars drive around it while the couple remain living inside.
To ensure the couple’s safety, adjacent rooms in the building have been left intact but all their neighbours have moved out, according to local media.
The road paved through the Xiazhangyang village leads to the Wenling railway station and is yet to be officially opened.
Mr Baogen and his wife believe that the compensation on offer would not be enough to cover their rebuilding costs.
In the People's Republic of China, during most of the Communist era, private ownership of property was abolished, making it easy for residents to be moved on - but now the laws have been tightened up and it is illegal to demolish property by force without an agreement.
Earlier this year, Hong Chunqin, 75, and her husband Kung, who live in the two dilapidated buildings with their two sons, had initially agreed to sell the property in Taizhou, in Zhejiang province and accepted £8,000 in compensation.
But then she changed her mind and refunded the money once work on the road had started.