Mathias Rollot
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A half-demolished apartment building stands in the middle of a newly built road thanks to a Chinese couple that refused to move in Wenling, in eastern China's Zhejiang province, on <span>November 22, 2012</span>. Luo Baogen, 67, and his 65-year-old wife waged a four-year battle to receive more compensation than was offered by the local government of Daxi, a Chinese newspaper said.

Ces maisons chinoises qui résistent au temps - Les habitants chinois menacés d'expulsion refusent de quitter les lieux et restent fermement accrochés à leur maison

A nail house sits surrounded by a ditch at a construction site for a new residential compound in Xiangyang, Hubei province, on November 19, 2013. The family living inside had refused to move out due to a disagreement over their compensation plan, local media reported.

Ces maisons chinoises qui résistent au temps - Les habitants chinois menacés d'expulsion refusent de quitter les lieux et restent fermement accrochés à leur maison

A man rides his bicycle past a partially demolished building in the middle of a street next to residential construction sites in Xi'an on August 14, 2013. According to local media, the owner of the house refused to move as a protest against a land-dispute lawsuit between him and his brother, which he lost.

Ces maisons chinoises qui résistent au temps - Les habitants chinois menacés d'expulsion refusent de quitter les lieux et restent fermement accrochés à leur maison

A car drives past next a partially demolished building in the middle of a street in Xi'an on August 14, 2013. A family of seven still lived in the three-story building without electricity and water after a demolition project in the region took place in 2010.

A car drives past next a partially demolished building in the middle of a street in Xi'an on August 14, 2013. A family of seven still lived in the three-story building without electricity and water after a demolition project in the region took place in 2010.

This picture taken on December 6, 2012, shows Chinese workers building around a "nail grave" mound 10 meters high, at a construction site in a village in Taiyuan, north China's Shanxi province. The owner of the grave and the construction consortium were arguing over compensation to be paid.

This picture taken on December 6, 2012, shows Chinese workers building around a "nail grave" mound 10 meters high, at a construction site in a village in Taiyuan, north China's Shanxi province. The owner of the grave and the construction consortium were arguing over compensation to be paid.

A partially demolished nail house at a construction site in Hefei, Anhui province, China, on February 2, 2010. The owner of the house was attempting to seek more compensation before agreeing to the demolition of their home, local media reported.

A partially demolished nail house at a construction site in Hefei, Anhui province, China, on February 2, 2010. The owner of the house was attempting to seek more compensation before agreeing to the demolition of their home, local media reported.

A "nail house," the last building in the area, sits in the middle of a road under construction in Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, on April 10, 2015. According to local media, the owner of the house didn't reach an agreement with the local authority about compensation of the demolition.

On critique beaucoup la Chine et son communisme, qui est censé privilégier la communauté au détriment de tout individualisme. C'est mal connaître ce pays. En Chine, il existe une loi qui interdit d'exproprier le propriétaire d'une maison, si celui-ci...

The Tunnel of Love in Ukraine -although there's more than 10, but these are surreal!

Tunnel de l’amour, Ukraine se trouve près de la ville de Klevan en Ukraine. C’est en fait un tunnel fait d’arbres pour le passage des trains. Durant les mois d'été, les arbres forment un tunnel de verdure d’environ 1 kilomètre