The Evergrande theme park left derelict in China’s Jiangsu province

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “The Evergrande theme park left derelict in China’s Jiangsu province” – below is their description.

Like many of its development projects, construction work on Evergrande’s Cultural Tourism City has ground to a halt as the Chinese property giant struggles to emerge from a debt crisis. The half-completed theme park in the coastal city of Taichang in Jiangsu province has now been abandoned.

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