- published: 18 Apr 2016
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Ordos is one of China's most well known 'ghost cities'. It has become an example of China's building surge in recent years. Lavish apartment buildings, multiple lane highways, sports stadiums, shopping malls are all found here. Yet, few of these amenities are used, simply because there are very few inhabitants. Some argue many of these 'ghost cities' will be populated in the future, others fear that it has been a way for the Chinese government to keep economic growth artificially high. In 2015, I spent 2 days strolling the streets of Ordos city and the Kangbashi new area. What I found mostly resembled my expectations, although it felt somewhat eerie at times to visit nearly empty shopping malls, and walk through the quiet streets. Copyright of all footage: Hoffer Media
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Despite high inflation levels, China's economy is the world's second largest. And as it continues to grow, so too do the building projects. Investors see them as a safe bet to place their money. Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan has this report from Ordos, a wealthy coal-mining town in Inner Mongolia, originally designed to house one million people, yet hardly anyone lives there. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, ...
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August 20th - 22nd 2016 The CECF has quickly established itself as the premier, lifestyle and thoroughbred racing festival in mainland China. Drawing together captains of industry, leaders of local and international thoroughbred centres, global media representatives and international VIP’s. It is an unparalleled weekend for networking and corporate hospitality.
Dans ce sujet Riding Zone est parti à la rencontre d'Harry Main dans sa ville natale : Liverpool. Au programme, un petit tour au Rampworx Skatepark où il s'entraîne tous les jours puis une visite de ses quartiers préférés ! Émission : RIDING ZONE Production : PUZZLE MEDIA Crédits : Puzzle Media / Harry Main / Monster Energy / Kaos Europe Diffusion : FRANCE Ô / Réseau OUTRE -MER 1ère / TV5 MONDE
You may hear a lot about ghost towns in China. The media states that this is a sign for the allegedly expected downturn of the Chinese economy. Forget it! Look at this video. You could say it is a ghost town. But there is simply a huge construction boom in Lanzhou, Northwest China. The Chinese government wants this city to become a regional driver of the region. And the economic boom attracts migrants who will live in the newly built houses.
Visit us for more geospatial news updates: http://www.geospatialworld.net Follow us On FB, Twitter & Linkedin: https://www.facebook.com/GeospatialMedia https://twitter.com/geoworldmedia https://www.linkedin.com/company/geos... Chinese ghost cities have made headlines for nearly a decade , with huge new real estate developments sitting mostly empty for years. Some see them as a sign that China is heading for a real estate crash. Others see them as just the typical style of urban expansion for a giant state-run economy. While some ghost cities are reportedly filling in , the problem isn't going away. A recent Baidu study of phone data gave clear evidence of 50 cities with areas of high vacancy. And just this fall China's richest man called Chinese real estate "the biggest bubble in histor...
EPM Event & Media Productions supports our regional partner CTVS in China for their client, Audi China, in the production of the Audi R8 LMS Cup Series. The 14-round series commenced in 2012 with EPM Founder, Greg Eaton, providing the on-air live content producer and director for the series. This highlights package shows of Round 4 of the Audi R8 LMS Cup in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, won by Malaysian driver Alex Yoong. In 2013, the 12-round series also travels outside China, visiting Korea, Malaysia and Macau, as well as its China mainland tracks, including Ordos in Inner Mongolia, Zhuhai and the Shanghai F1 track. This year, Audi streams the series live globally and into China.
A passion project, a short film for the Ordos International Circuit, a remote but amazing gem in the desert of Inner Mongolia. The infamous ghost town of Ordos offers surreal views, amazing architecture and a flawless 3.7km long horse shaped race track. 3 times a year the 'Genghis Khan Superbike Cup' is held and riders from all over China meet in the Inner Mongolian desert. Produced by Harold Hu @ Raner Media, edited and sound mixed by Lucas Audoly @ Audeo Studio. Directed and shot by Montague Fendt in June 2015. Riders from team Blackbridge Racing & Friends: Adrien Macera, Harold Hu, Li Pengyu, Jamil Abbas, Brandon Ho, Montague Fendt, Dima email@example.com
This is a video of Zhengzhou's new district, or Zhengdong, which has been called "China's largest ghost city." But the reality is that it's actually not very ghost like at all. In fact, parts of this massive district that's the size of San Francisco are coming alive and starting to thrive. Construction on this district began around 2004, and the place is just now becoming suitable for real habitation. The international media jumped the gun by calling Zhengdong a ghost city. Read the article at http://www.vagabondjourney.com/zhengzhou-zhengdong-china-largest-ghost-city/. For more on China's ghost cities, I've published a series of articles at http://thechinachronicle.com/chinas-ghost-cities/. *The music for this video was included with Sony's Vegas Movie Maker, and it is supposed to be ad...