Subsidence put two Shanghai apartment blocks on a lean, touching at the top. Photo: SCMP Pictures Subsidence put two Shanghai apartment blocks on a lean, touching at the top. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Subsidence put two Shanghai apartment blocks on a lean, touching at the top. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Alice Yan
Opinion

Opinion

Yangtze Briefing by Alice Yan

Residents get that sinking feeling over leaning towers of Shanghai

Subsidence sets two 15-storey apartment blocks on collision course, yet developers and authorities claim that's just what they were built to do

Subsidence put two Shanghai apartment blocks on a lean, touching at the top. Photo: SCMP Pictures Subsidence put two Shanghai apartment blocks on a lean, touching at the top. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Subsidence put two Shanghai apartment blocks on a lean, touching at the top. Photo: SCMP Pictures
READ FULL ARTICLE
Alice Yan

Alice Yan

Alice Yan is a Shanghai-based social and medical news reporter. She started her journalism career in 2003 and has degrees in economics and public administration.