Sihanoukville skyline changing: The dawn of the gigantic Chinese highrises.

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Sihanoukville skyline changing: The dawn of the gigantic Chinese highrises.

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It's all go.In another ten years, you won't recognize Sihanoukville when (if) all the highrise developments are constructed as planned.
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The building is located next to the 2nd road, near the main thoroughfare in three districts and Sihanoukville.
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fucking revolting, the Chinese can fuck off with all their developments
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333 KTV- completely gutted.

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CEOCambodiaNews wrote: Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:29 pm ImageImage
Very Feng shoui.
See crook!!!
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rozzieoz wrote: Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:40 pm 333 KTV- completely gutted.

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Not a very beautiful venue, was it?
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With the way things are not run here i wonder how long it will be before a high rise ends up like the twin towers :crazy:
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It's only in it's infants stage. When Chinese buildings are developed, then they will promote Cambodia like never before. Something for their people, they will come in droves, like never seen before.
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The whole skyline is the result of a huge linguistic misunderstanding.

The Chinese heard people were fond of pizza here...

Now they're building leaning towers.
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