Nostalgic man makes building miniatures

Source:Xinhua Published: 2017/5/20 10:02:56

Zhao Fuhua shows miniatures of buildings he made based on those originally in the old town of Xiangyang City, Central China’s Hubei Province. Zhao, 47, has strong emotions toward the past and says it is a pity that many old buildings were demolished during the urbanization of recent years. He hand-makes models of the old houses on a scale of 1-to-30 using wire, wood sticks and other used materials to best represent the details. He later joined a group of six young people who are making 3D models of the lanes and roads in the old town. (Photo: China News Service/Zhou Zheng)


 

Zhao Fuhua shows miniatures of buildings he made based on those originally in the old town of Xiangyang City, Central China’s Hubei Province. Zhao, 47, has strong emotions toward the past and says it is a pity that many old buildings were demolished during the urbanization of recent years. He hand-makes models of the old houses on a scale of 1-to-30 using wire, wood sticks and other used materials to best represent the details. He later joined a group of six young people who are making 3D models of the lanes and roads in the old town. (Photo: China News Service/Zhou Zheng)


 

Zhao Fuhua shows miniatures of buildings he made based on those originally in the old town of Xiangyang City, Central China’s Hubei Province. Zhao, 47, has strong emotions toward the past and says it is a pity that many old buildings were demolished during the urbanization of recent years. He hand-makes models of the old houses on a scale of 1-to-30 using wire, wood sticks and other used materials to best represent the details. He later joined a group of six young people who are making 3D models of the lanes and roads in the old town. (Photo: China News Service/Zhou Zheng)


 

Zhao Fuhua shows miniatures of buildings he made based on those originally in the old town of Xiangyang City, Central China’s Hubei Province. Zhao, 47, has strong emotions toward the past and says it is a pity that many old buildings were demolished during the urbanization of recent years. He hand-makes models of the old houses on a scale of 1-to-30 using wire, wood sticks and other used materials to best represent the details. He later joined a group of six young people who are making 3D models of the lanes and roads in the old town. (Photo: China News Service/Zhou Zheng)


 

Zhao Fuhua shows miniatures of buildings he made based on those originally in the old town of Xiangyang City, Central China’s Hubei Province. Zhao, 47, has strong emotions toward the past and says it is a pity that many old buildings were demolished during the urbanization of recent years. He hand-makes models of the old houses on a scale of 1-to-30 using wire, wood sticks and other used materials to best represent the details. He later joined a group of six young people who are making 3D models of the lanes and roads in the old town. (Photo: China News Service/Zhou Zheng)


 


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