In the city of Qingdao, a new apartment complex is raising eyebrows. Some of the windows, it seems, aren't windows. They're paint.
China's iFeng reports that on one side of the buildings, there are "false windows" that were painted to look like the real deal. From a distance, it is hard to tell that they are phony. Up close, however, it's clear the windows on the outer walls were neatly coated on.
In China, there are government-owned apartments designated to be affordable so that low-income earners can buy or rent, putting them in high demand. These apartments, according to Chinese reports, fall into that category, but it looks like corners were cut to save cash. Corners? Sorry, I meant windows.
山东经适房墙体画假窗 回应为装饰 [iFeng]
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