Remember that skyscraper in Changsha? The one that was going to be the tallest in the world, and only take 90 days to complete?
The one that, actually, a year after construction started in 2013, was still only a set of foundations, part underwater and home to a melon farm?
Well, you’ll be glad to hear that things have moved on since we ran our story on the Sky City skyscraper a year ago. Now, according to the South China Morning Post, the building’s 2.6 hectare foundations are still there, only there’s even more water, and villagers are now using the site to raise fish.
One villager has invested over £2,000 in his fishing business, and told a local news site: