A Trip to the Gold Province in China 2012 - Jiaodong Peninsula
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|These photos were taken at Laizhou town and gold mining region in the Yantai Prefecture, Shandong Province, and a few photos are from Beijing.|
|New Century Hotel||Park in frong in early April|
|Corner shop||Old man at work|
|Wintery morning in Laizhou|
|Tai Chi||Hazy morning|
|Spring fields||Van Gogh|
|Vivid hazy sunsets in Laizhou|
|Jiu Qu Mine||Jiu Qu Mine|
|We visited a number of mine quarters in the Jiaodong Peninsulas. All of them had office quarters which seemed essentially empty. Corridors of offices, meeting rooms, and dining rooms unused. In The Economist of April 2012 there was a discussion about over-investment in China, particularly in fixed-asset capital, and there it is.|
|Jiu Qu Mine|