A man holding a bucket was seen walking out of the office of Shenzhen Luosha Engineering Development Co, a real estate firm that will build a new project at the complex. The man poured something from the bucket into apartment windows, a witness surnamed Li told the website. Li later found the street was crawling with scorpions, the report said.
Police and residents spent the whole night capturing nearly 50 kilograms of scorpions.
All the apartments are scheduled to be demolished but home owners haven’t signed compensation deals yet, the report said.
Shenzhen’s rapidly emerging art and design center. Galleries and exhibits in several lofts that were previously abandon factories. Walk along the cobbled streets and you’ll find the city’s most charming, calming art galleries – as well as design houses, shops, the occasional concert and restaurants.
“Things are going well here for China. America remains a deeply politically polarized country…We’re particularly optimistic because the Americans are polarized over all the wrong things.”—From WikiChina - NYTimes.com