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  1. g i j
    oh crap dash2 made in china
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  2. knight
    not as bad as in the US but still pretty bad...
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  3. pitterpat
    knight's an idiot. Not just China or the US you see this kind of thing. From the pictures it looks bad. But even the best construction is vulnerable to nature. Shifts in the strata of fluctuating plates can do alot of damage to any building let alone natural settlement on it's foundations.
    Show me one country that doesn't have this kind of thing. Then spit out your stupid statements.
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  4. Brewskie
    Oh please, this sort of stuff happens all over in China. Bridges and roads in the US are going bad because they're old; bridges are 40 or fifty years old. Numerous bridges in China collapse that are less than 15 years old. UK has buildings from the 19th century; how many Western buildings do you find that crap out after only a few years? There's plenty in China.
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  5. Hoffa
    eathquake casualties
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  6. palexs
    pitterpat,
    Read the f***ing heading, it's two-year old!
    What vulnerability are you talking about?
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  7. holly
    Show me one country that doesn't have this kind of thing ... there are many but for example finland. They dont have earthquakes or any natural disasters near them and the quality of buildings is amazing because of strict laws.
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  8. kser
    all countries have buildings like this
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  9. mominco
    oh well
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  10. entername
    so is this china town in the US or actual china?
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  11. chaz
    im not 100% sure but judging from that extension cord on the floor i would have to say that this is china town in some american city. I live in detroit and there are many buildings like that here that people live in..
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  12. johan
    yeah i think chaz is right... pretty bad... im glad i dont have to live in america n_crying
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  13. monky76
    yeah chaz i know what you are talking about.. i live in the "rust belt" too and we have many buildings like this one... because of what happened to the real estate market contractors had to use bad materials to finish these houses...
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  15. dd
    GREAT
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  16. robin yates
    if a building has the correct foundations, there should be minimal settlement,,,,,, hairline cracks are ok but anything bigger,,,,,,,,beware,,,
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  17. severe_009
    ok/... where the pretty model n_tongue
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  18. xpwurld
    holy crap.
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  19. Schwarskoff
    disaster waiting to happen..
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  20. raeven
    JC_OMG_sign JC_OMG_sign JC_OMG_sign
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  21. raeven
    36 36 36
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  22. monishanand
    dash2 dash2 dash2
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