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Empty Though many of the properties in Kangbashi have been sold and a million people were projected to be living in Kangbashi by 2010, the city is still empty
Mostly empty apartment buildings in Kangbashi, a half hour down the road is Dongsheng, where most of Ordos' 1.5 million resident call home.
A pair of workers tidy up outside the public library. The city boasts the second highest per-capita income, behind to Shanghai but ahead of Beijing
A pedestrian walks behind a giant sculpture of two horses in Kangbashi's Linyinlu Square.
Theses towns were made for china for the purpose for people to move into.
The reason why the towns are called ghost towns are because they have Zero people in them.
Kangbashi awaits residents to bring the district, meant for a population the size of San Diego, California, to life.
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