China’s ‘vertical forest’ residential complex offers urban green living

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “China’s ‘vertical forest’ residential complex offers urban green living” – below is their description.

The Qiyi City Forest Garden in Chengdu is an experimental urban development in the capital of China’s southwestern Sichuan province. The residential complex, which opened in 2018, features a balcony in every unit containing lush plants that help cut down noise and absorb pollution. But the extensive greenery has also attracted some unwanted guests.

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