Claustrophobia-Inducing Photos Show People Living in Chinatown’s Illegal 64 sq. ft. Apartments

April 16, 2014 by  
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The photo above may look like something from an exposé about cramped living quarters in Asia, but was actually taken right in New York’s Chinatown . Photographer Annie Ling brought her camera into 81 Bowery , a building where Chinese immigrant laborers were being housed in 64-square-foot cubicles, to capture the claustrophobic living conditions . Click here to see the rest of her haunting photos. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 81 bowery , annie ling , annie ling 81 bowery , annie ling photography , chinatown , chinese immigrant laborers , chinese immigrants , chinese laborers , Jacob riis , manhattan Chinatown , museum of chinese in America , tenement homes

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The Latest Drilling Boom in California is All About Water

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The latest drilling boom to hit California isn’t the kind you’d expect: Farmers all over the state are so desperate for water in the midst of a year-long drought that some well drilling companies are booked up to a year in advance. Some farmers have even taken drastic measures to get the water they need for their crops by purchasing $1 million drilling rigs. Read the rest of The Latest Drilling Boom in California is All About Water Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: california agriculture , California aquifers , California crop water , California crops , California drilling , california drought , California drought issues , California farm drought , California farmers , California farmers drilling , California groundwater , California lacking water , california water , California water drilling , california water issues , Climate Change , climate change drought , climate change water issues , drought water limits , Federal water limits , global warming , global warming drought , global warming water issues

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Johammer J1: Retro-Futuristic Electric Motorcycle Can Travel Over 125 Miles on a Charge

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One of the biggest things holding back electric motorcycles is their limited driving range – but the Johammer J1 could finally put electric bikes on the map. With a 125 mile range, the Johammer J1 is a stylish bike that allows riders to hit the road and travel far from home. Read the rest of Johammer J1: Retro-Futuristic Electric Motorcycle Can Travel Over 125 Miles on a Charge Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: electric motor , electric motorcycle , green motorcycle , green transportation , J1 electric bike , Johammer , Johammer electric bike , Johammer J1

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Patrick Nadeau’s Green-Roofed Wave Home Changes Appearance with the Seasons in France

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