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"Kangbashi New Area, or Hia Bagx New Area (Mongolian: ᠬᠢᠶ᠎ᠠ ᠪᠠᠭᠰᠢ kiy-a baγsi; Chinese: 康巴什新区; Pinyin: KāngbāshíXīnqū), or Habagexi Subdistrict, is a subdivision of the Chinese city of Ordos, Inner Mongolia, situated in Northern China. Kangbashi was made world famous by a news report in November 2009 from Al Jazeera,[3] later picked up and expanded through an April 2010 article in Time magazine,[4] for having few residents but massive amounts of empty residential housing and high-tech public works projects. Subsequent reports have supported the claims that Kangbashi only presently houses around 20,000 to 30,000 people.[5] High home prices are often blamed for keeping prospective buyers away from the city. But when home prices crashed there—from $1,100 a square foot in 2006 to $470 a square foot in December 2011—people started to think Kangbashi was a lost cause."

  • Wikipedia [1]
  • Al Jazeera [2]
  • Boomberg [3]
  • NY Times [4]
  • Welt [5]
  • Fotos [6]
  • Skateboarding a Chinese Ghost Town [7]
  • The World's largest ghost town [8]
  • Zeit [9]