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Old August 4th, 2006, 07:52 PM   #81
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Wow, I hadn't seen this one. Moyan is the lord of renders
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With all this demonstrative western looking developments of avarice, it begs the question: How's that communist owned Shanghai Stock Exchange of communist owned companies that borrow money from state owned banks doing these days? How's that going for the common peoples of China, making them shiploads of cash eh??
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Old August 5th, 2006, 05:57 AM   #83
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With all this demonstrative western looking developments of avarice, it begs the question: How's that communist owned Shanghai Stock Exchange of communist owned companies that borrow money from state owned banks doing these days? How's that going for the common peoples of China, making them shiploads of cash eh??
another question I wonder: How your parents bring you up, even those evil Chinese communists parents give a better education to their children.
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Old August 5th, 2006, 06:47 AM   #84
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With all this demonstrative western looking developments of avarice, it begs the question: How's that communist owned Shanghai Stock Exchange of communist owned companies that borrow money from state owned banks doing these days? How's that going for the common peoples of China, making them shiploads of cash eh??


Since when does a capitalist care about the distribution of wealth to the people?
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Old August 5th, 2006, 09:35 AM   #85
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With all this demonstrative western looking developments of avarice, it begs the question: How's that communist owned Shanghai Stock Exchange of communist owned companies that borrow money from state owned banks doing these days? How's that going for the common peoples of China, making them shiploads of cash eh??
errrrrr. no politics please, this types of genere is certainlly not part of this

forum...very inappropriate if you ask me.
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errrrrr. no politics please, this types of genere is certainlly not part of this forum...
Why not? Very entertaining and amusing! Just and no response!
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Old August 5th, 2006, 12:18 PM   #87
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Because this forum is clearly dedicated for Skyscrapers fans across the all

major continent ? most people tend to avoid any political agenda here.

Besides if he has interest in relations to the Chinese economies why wouldnt

he raise his concerns at "appropriate forums" which would fulfill his curiousity.

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Old August 5th, 2006, 05:58 PM   #88
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Someshots for today, please enjoy
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Old August 5th, 2006, 06:00 PM   #89
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Wow, it looks like they were going to start building at least two new towers over north east Lujiazui, look at those cranes! Do you know which projects are going to be built there?

BTW, this one will be built in front of Jasper and Development towers, on the plot currently covered by grass. I wish they start this one soon, I love its design.

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Yea the design is absolutely sensational! A big plus too fill the empty void especially in

the western side of Pu Dong. Jaspar is a deserves to be titled something exquisite, the

design is just so contemporary while maintaining her aesthetic beauty. Certainlly

pleasing on the eyes
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With all this demonstrative western looking developments of avarice, it begs the question: How's that communist owned Shanghai Stock Exchange of communist owned companies that borrow money from state owned banks doing these days? How's that going for the common peoples of China, making them shiploads of cash eh??
according to local newspaper,there are currently some 30,000 real estate developer in China,overwhelm are private.
I guess they may have treat them as if private hand. in fact several large SOE were declare bankrupt in the last 20 year.
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more for today, this is shot on the west end of the bund.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but apparently this is supposedly nearing to the femous Nanjing Rd destrict.
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Yes, it is. You can see the Bund Center in one of the pics. BTW, I have not idea what project is that! I'll quote your pics in skyscraperpage if you don't mind. I'm sure they will tell us about that tower u/c. It looks quite nice.
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got for it zorg, take whatever information is necessary!
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Okay without further anticipation, let me introduce new photos for the day boys n girls

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