China water resettlement: ‘Honest folk have lost out’

Guardian: Visitors to Wang Baoying's new house must tread softly or they will frighten her son. The four-year-old boy is not afraid of strangers. He is terrified his home will fall down. This is not just the fear of a childish imagination. Wang's concrete home – built this year to resettle migrants from China's latest and greatest hydro-engineering project – wobbles when she walks. Her neighbour's floor has completely collapsed. Another's bedroom is tilting. There are cracks on many of the walls. "My......

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