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Old December 5th, 2011, 12:35 AM   #1481
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thats really nice of you

i might be the few who still has about tiny expectation from chongqing. others just move on...thats why the construction photos are getting hard to find... but your comment made us realise they re not totally useless.
They're definetely not useless!
Why give up CQ? CQ is still at the beginning of its development (compared to Shanghai or Guangzhou), but it already has an remarkable skyline. Yes, there were a lot of supertall projects that "just" turned out as 200m+ towers, but the supertalls for CQ will come. The Chaotianmen project shows that we can still expect a lot of CQ in the coming years.
So keep the updates coming!

Edit: BTW are you from Chongqing?
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Old December 5th, 2011, 12:39 AM   #1482
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They're definetely not useless!
Why give up CQ? CQ is still at the beginning of its development (compared to Shanghai or Guangzhou), but it already has an remarkable skyline. Yes, there were a lot of supertall projects that "just" turned out as 200m+ towers, but the supertalls for CQ will come. The Chaotianmen project shows that we can still expect a lot of CQ in the coming years.
So keep the updates coming!

Edit: BTW are you from Chongqing?
chongqinger in paris







skyline @ today

YUZHONG skyline from Nanan



YUZHONG skyline from Jiangbei









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Old December 11th, 2011, 07:55 PM   #1483
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Toxic fumes kill 6 workers in SW China tunnel
Updated: 2011-12-10 09:48
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CHONGQING - Six workers suffocated to death in a smoking railway tunnel under construction in southwestern Chongqing municipality early Friday morning, local authorities said.

The accident happened at 12:30 am after welders inadvertently ignited rubber materials, unleashing toxic fumes into the tunnel in Chongqing's Yongchuan district, according to the local work safety administration.

Two workers died at the scene, and another four perished in the hospital, the administration said.

The tunnel is part of the Chengdu-Chongqing Railway, a key transportation project between the two metropolises of Chengdu and Chongqing.
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Old December 12th, 2011, 03:23 AM   #1484
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sigh....RIP
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Old December 12th, 2011, 03:41 AM   #1485
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Quite concerned at the amount of construction deaths across China recently. Is it a governance problem, lack of safety awareness, or mere coincidence?
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Old December 12th, 2011, 04:50 AM   #1486
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Definitely lack of safety guidance and overall problems (such as Strict deadlines to meet the demands and probably unwillingness to pour more money on safety issues beforehand). Although workers are often ignorant of safety measures too and its a big problem.
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Old December 20th, 2011, 03:50 AM   #1487
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Cameras and patrols to guard city's safety
Updated: 2011-12-17 07:24
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CHONGQING - A video surveillance network with more than 500,000 video cameras citywide has been set up to further improve police response to emergencies, a local official said.

Chongqing has devoted 27 billion yuan ($4.2 billion) to the surveillance network, and 100,000 more video cameras will be installed by the end of next year, said Yuan Qinhua, a senior official with the Chongqing politics and law commission, at a news conference on Thursday.

The video surveillance network, a major part of an emergency response system, covers communities, roads and streets and other public spaces for anti-crime, anti-terrorism and traffic regulation.

The network is the largest video surveillance and emergency reaction system in the nation, according to the authority.

Yuan said the city now has 500 police patrol platforms - 7- to 8-meter-tall platforms - across the city and 14,000 police officers to man them.

The platforms were invented by the Chongqing police, and the Ministry of Public Security is planning to promote them in other provinces.

According to Yuan, crime rates at schools have been reduced by 60 percent compared with last year, thanks to the large police presence on the 11,000 campuses in the city. Six thousand campus police and 68,000 safety guards watch over the campuses.

Yuan concluded that the municipality's effort to build a "Safe Chongqing", begun in 2009, has paid off and residents are feeling more safe.

Even so, according to research, theft, fire and traffic accidents still top residents' concerns.

For some residents, the wide distribution of police patrol platforms has been a major factor in their increased sense of safety. Mo Shufang, 72, lives in the Shibadi area, an urban village. She said that in the past, residents dared not go out after 11 pm because of the crime.

"You had to be on the alert for pick-pocketing and robbery all the time. There were even cases of traffic police being attacked," Mo said. Now with the closest police patrol platform only hundreds of meters away, she said, going out after 11 pm is no longer a problem and crime has fallen considerably.

Peng Meiying, 60, a resident of the Shapingba district, would previously never allow her granddaughter to go to school alone, even though it is only a 30 minute bus ride.

But with the police patrol platform visible everywhere, Peng said that she now would permit it if she was too busy to escort the girl.

Ji Jin in Chongqing contributed to this story.
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Old December 30th, 2011, 08:48 AM   #1488
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A light rail train pulls in to Changfulu Road Station along the Rail Transit Line 3 in Chongqing, southwest China, Dec. 29, 2011. The entire line of Chongqing Rail Transit Line 3 opened to traffic on Friday as part of it had operated since September this year. The 39.1-kilometer Chongqing Rail Transit Line 3, built since 2007, linked the north to south of main urban zone of Chongqing with total investment of 13.8 billion Yuan (about 2.183 billion US dollars). (Xinhua/Li Jian)
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 06:40 PM   #1489
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Chongqing to build a new "人人" ["People"] shaped skyscraper
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At Danzishi on the south bank of the Yangtze River in Nanan district of Chongqing city is a new building whose outer shape resembles the two [Chinese] characters of "人人" ["people people"]. This architectural design has a height of 280 meters, with the design of the building using the Chongqing city’s "人人重庆" ["Everyone Chongqing"] symbol/logo as reference, and is a multi-purpose building combining restaurants, entertainment, leisure, and other functions. This building is expected to formally begin construction in 2013.

The two "people" when arranged this way also resembles the character qing character (庆) in Chongqing.



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Old January 3rd, 2012, 11:58 PM   #1490
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chaotianmen phase 2





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Old January 4th, 2012, 04:19 AM   #1491
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chaotianmen phase 2

Does it make sound like a pipe organ?
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Old January 4th, 2012, 10:49 AM   #1492
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My god the opera is really beautiful at night... It kind of puts the China Pavilion in Shanghai down to shame!
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Old January 4th, 2012, 05:13 PM   #1493
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My god the opera is really beautiful at night... It kind of puts the China Pavilion in Shanghai down to shame!
it takes almost 10 years to build, it has to be good
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Old January 5th, 2012, 01:52 AM   #1494
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The lightning scheme of the opera house is really nice.
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Old January 5th, 2012, 02:28 AM   #1495
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wow, loving the opera house
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Old January 12th, 2012, 03:45 AM   #1496
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Photo taken on Dec. 31, 2011 shows the Erqi Yangtze River Bridge in Wuhan, the capital of central China's Hubei Province. The Erqi Yangtze River Bridge, the seventh Yangtze River Bridge, was completed and opened to traffic on Saturday. The bridge, 6,507 meters in total length with two main 616-meter spans, was both the three-bridgehead cable-stayed and composite-beam cable-stayed bridge with the world's largest span. (Xinhua/Cheng Min)
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Old January 14th, 2012, 08:24 AM   #1497
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To the rescue of "Mother Town"



A bird's-eye view of Chongqing's 18 Steps Road "urban village". (Photo: Zhong Guilin / for China Daily)

BEIJING, Jan. 9 (China Daily) -- Plans to renovate this historical area of Chongqing have been greeted by fears that a cultural icon will disappear, and relief that poor houses with bad sanitation will be improved. Ji Jin reports.

Shibati Road (18 Steps Road) in Chongqing is known as the municipality's "Mother Town", but its 100 years of history now faces the challenge of renovation.

There are two pedestrian streets in Yuzhong district, Chongqing. One is Jiefang Bei (Liberation Monument) and the other, not too far away, is 18 Steps Road.

At Liberation Monument a bustling and prosperous modern city life can be experienced. At 18 Steps you can find a glimpse of old Chongqing.

The 18 Steps follows along the Yangtze River and despite being near the Central Business District, it is often referred to an "urban village" because old and dilapidated stilt houses dominate it.

The steep street is made of stone steps that descend from the upper CBD to the lower part of the "hill city" by the Yangtze.

The oldest person living in the area is 104-year-old Chen Shuhua, who lives at 135, Houchi Lane, in an apartment of less than 20 square meters, on the second floor of an old wooden house.

"The house we live in has a history of nearly 100 years," says Chen's daughter, Mo Shufan. "My mother has been living in this house since she married at 18."

Nearly all the houses in the neighborhood are wooden.

"Some of the houses have been reinforced with bricks by residents, but our house is so old and shabby we are worried about its safety," Mo says.

"We haven't reinforced our house and we are afraid of falling through the floor."

On the walls of most 18 Steps houses there are now big red Chinese characters for "demolition" and it is clear the days of these houses and the community are numbered.

"I've lived here since I started to remember things," Mo says. "It's been very pleasant to live here, and I will feel sad to leave."

Mo says she knows of two stories recounting the origin of 18 Steps. One version is that in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) there was an old well in the street, and the distance between the well and the nearest house was 18 steps.

The other story suggests the road was divided into several sections by 18 stone steps and at each section there was a platform for people to have a rest. Chongqing, traditionally, has been divided by its hills into an upper and lower half, which people accessed by stone steps.

"There were not too many streets connecting the upper and lower sections of the city, and 18 Steps was one of the most important. In that time, the street was thriving and prosperous," Mo says.

She says she thought of Liyuan Tea Shop first when she knew the community was going to be torn down.

"That tea shop has been open for years and I used to sit by the window to get a panoramic view of the old street when it was raining," she says.

"I hope the government will save the tea shop. It would be a shame to tear it down."

The street has been in poor condition since the 1970s. Garbage and unpleasant smells have become a part of locals' daily lives. A lot of people living at the bottom of society gather and live here because of the low rents.

Plans to renovate the area have been on the table for the past 20 years and some residents are anxious for this to happen soon.

A second-hand mobile-phone store owner surnamed Tan says that he has lived in the community for about 15 years because of low rents and has run his store on Houchi Lane for two years. He has changed his line of business several times, but never left the area.

"I hope the road can be torn down as soon as possible," he says. "This area is in poor condition and sanitation is bad."

Local government officers say the renovations planned for Yuzhong district, including 18 Steps, will have a Chongqing flavor.

Zheng Binghong, an architecture professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong, suggests 18 Steps should be fully investigated before the renovations take place because the area is rich in history.

Sun Yuanming, a researcher at Chongqing Academy of Social Sciences and chairman of Applied Psychology Research Center, says that because the street is one of the few places with a traditional Chongqing culture, reconstruction standards should be higher than those for normal residential areas and sites of historic interest should be protected.

Sun says the renewal plans should display respect toward the history and culture of Chongqing.

In addition to some buildings being preserved, he says intangible cultural heritage, such as the traditional lifestyle of locals, should also be protected.

"If there are no special cultural symbols in our city, everything will be the same," Sun says.
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Thank you Macpolo for all your contribution to Chongqing skyline and updates! The opera house definitely looking good.
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Old February 17th, 2012, 06:10 AM   #1500
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What's the latest news on the CHONGQING CHAOTIANMEN BY SAFDIE X CAPITALAND so far?
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