China: gas pipe explosion destroys entire street in Beihai, Guangxi Province

25.01.13.

24.01.13. These two workmen can hardly believe their eyes as they survey the damage after a massive gas pipe explosion destroyed an entire street in an upmarket residential area of one of China's most prosperous cities.

The stunned pair were looking at a hefty workload following a series of blasts which tore through thick layers of concrete and tarmac in the town of Beihai, in southern China's Guangxi Province.

It is not known exactly what caused the explosion which was so powerful it rocked nearby flats and left the pleasant, palm-tree tree-lined road resembling a war zone.

Behai, which means 'north of the sea' in Chinese, is a thriving port city on the north shore of the Gulf of Tonkin. Business has boomed in recent years to the extent it is predicted to be the world's fastest growing city between 2006 and 2020.

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Comment by Andrey Eroshin on January 29, 2013 at 5:12pm

The Chinese corrupt officials get rid of elite real estate

(I not found this article in English)

25.01.13. Among the high-ranking houseowners in China in the fall has been a mass sale of real estate, and in December they repeatedly increased. In 2012 the commission counted about 10 thousand suspicious transactions on sale of objects of elite real estate in Guangzhou and Shanghai. Most of them concluded through "the third hands", and process of purchase and sale in this cases reminds more a spy thriller.

http://rbctv.rbc.ru/archive/main_news/text/562949985591640.shtml

Comment by Andrey Eroshin on January 29, 2013 at 4:31pm

Three buildings collapse into a huge sinkhole near a metro construction site in Guangzhou, Guangdong province

29.01.13. Three buildings collapsed into the huge hole near the construction site of a new subway line
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/gallery/2013/jan/29/sinkhole-guangz...
http://gb.cri.cn/42071/2013/01/29/782s4005696.htm

Comment by SongStar101 on January 25, 2013 at 10:35am

Gas lines are everywhere in populated areas: cities,  neighborhoods,  buildings, under roads. 

The best idea is turn off your gas lines at the street,  and use your own means such as a fireplace stove,  or electricity.  Or just have the stove ready for using for cooking or heat if the electricity goes off. 

In the suburbs gas lines are capable of exploding,  just like the dangers after Hurricane Sandy.  It seems the danger is so great that the slightest 7 of 10 shuffling,  entire neighborhoods could turn into rubble in a matter of minutes,  with hardly anywhere to run.  I just think of how the San Francisco Bay Area Oakland firestorm grabbed 3000+ homes in a m...

In areas of the cities with the 7 of 10 participation,  gas lines could go up in succession like bombs one by one.  Very scary!  Hope the Announcement happens beforehand to warn the populace of this specific danger ! 

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