Zhejiang farmer grows crops on rooftop farm, saying yield is 30 percent higher than on ground-level land

Rooftop,Sky farm

Peng Qiugen, a farmer in Shaoxing, Zhejiang province draws national applause by growing crops on a sky farm on rooftop of his 4-storey house.

China appears to have utilized the rooftops of houses and buildings to the largest extent, with people rushing to build houses, villas, gardens and grow crops on them.Peng Qiugen, a peasant in Shaoxi...   Full Story

China Economy | Nov 19, 2013 AM | Related China Story:Rooftop

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Guardrail blown down

Zhejiang bridge named as Paper Bridge after stone guardrails on it blown down by wind

Zhejiang bridge named as Paper Bridge after stone guardrails on it were blown down by not so strong wind. The construction quality has been questioned. Read More

China Economy | Aug 20, 2013 AM | Related China stories:Guardrail blown down

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