Nin Gurigiisa Ka Dul Sameeyey Beer Wayn Oo Dalxiis Loo Tago.

Gao Jianfeng waa 68 jir u dhashay wadanka china isla markaana hawl gab ah ayaa waxa uu sanado badan oo noloshiisa ka mid ah waxa uu ku qaatay in uu beer wayn ka dul samaysto guriga uu ka degen yahay magaalada Dongcheng.

Beertan ayaa waxa ku dhex nool ceel joog joog iyo shinbiro kale dadka soo booqdaana waxay isticmaalaan salaamo iyo jaran jarooyin si ay u fuulaan beertan.

xaga sare ee beertan ayaa Gao waxa uu ku sameeyey kuraasi lagu nasto oo la fadhiisto isla markaana loogu tala galay in lafadhiisto.

Guriga beertaasi ayaa hadda waxa ka kiraystay oo ku nool 180 qof, kuwaasi oo dadka jaarkiisa ahi ay dhawaaqooda ka cabanayaan sida lagu daabacay wargeyska Daily mail.  Odayga oo isugu ku nool dabaqa lixaad ayaa sheegay inuu beertan fasax uga helay ururka  Bikiin ee mashaariicda tijaabada ah “Beijing Association of pilot project” . Jaarka ayaa waxa kale oo ay ka ashkatoodeen in biyuhu dilaacinayaan guryahooda , halistuna ay tahay mid maalin kasta sii kordhaysa.

 

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden. A pensioner and avid botanist is in the headlines this week after he revealed how he has turned his residential building into a huge garden. Gao Jianfeng, the 68-year-old retiree, spent several years completing a five-tiered "hanging garden" on the rooftop of his residence, which is complete with small pathways and even houses ducks and birds. To reach the different levels of Gao’s incredible garden in Beijing’s Dongcheng District, visitors need to use ladders and stairs, with the whole project completed in about four years of hard work. On each level Gao has installed a number of miniature greenhouses - with Western-style architectural design - inside which he plants all sorts of plants and flowers to keep his property green. To water his flowers, Gao has even installed an irrigation and sprinkler system that he can control from an application on his mobile phone. Gao, who describes himself as "just an ordinary retired Beijing uncle", has impressed netizens across the country with his self-made paradise, but he is also now under investigation from capital authorities. China’s urban planning regulations state that only buildings lower than 12 stories are permitted to undergo "greening" in the form of rooftop gardens; however, as Gao’s building is over 20 stories tall, his creation is technically considered illegal. Although Gao’s garden is accessible to all those in his building and has acted as a little getaway for the urbanites in the Chinese capital, it waits to be seen whether he will be ordered to take down his most impressive rooftop garden. (ends)

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden.

Pic shows: Gao Jianfeng and his five-storey rooftop garden. A pensioner and avid botanist is in the headlines this week after he revealed how he has turned his residential building into a huge garden. Gao Jianfeng, the 68-year-old retiree, spent several years completing a five-tiered "hanging garden" on the rooftop of his residence, which is complete with small pathways and even houses ducks and birds. To reach the different levels of Gao’s incredible garden in Beijing’s Dongcheng District, visitors need to use ladders and stairs, with the whole project completed in about four years of hard work. On each level Gao has installed a number of miniature greenhouses - with Western-style architectural design - inside which he plants all sorts of plants and flowers to keep his property green. To water his flowers, Gao has even installed an irrigation and sprinkler system that he can control from an application on his mobile phone. Gao, who describes himself as "just an ordinary retired Beijing uncle", has impressed netizens across the country with his self-made paradise, but he is also now under investigation from capital authorities. China’s urban planning regulations state that only buildings lower than 12 stories are permitted to undergo "greening" in the form of rooftop gardens; however, as Gao’s building is over 20 stories tall, his creation is technically considered illegal. Although Gao’s garden is accessible to all those in his building and has acted as a little getaway for the urbanites in the Chinese capital, it waits to be seen whether he will be ordered to take down his most impressive rooftop garden. (ends)

Pic shows: Gao Jianfeng and his five-storey rooftop garden.

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden. A pensioner and avid botanist is in the headlines this week after he revealed how he has turned his residential building into a huge garden. Gao Jianfeng, the 68-year-old retiree, spent several years completing a five-tiered "hanging garden" on the rooftop of his residence, which is complete with small pathways and even houses ducks and birds. To reach the different levels of Gao’s incredible garden in Beijing’s Dongcheng District, visitors need to use ladders and stairs, with the whole project completed in about four years of hard work. On each level Gao has installed a number of miniature greenhouses - with Western-style architectural design - inside which he plants all sorts of plants and flowers to keep his property green. To water his flowers, Gao has even installed an irrigation and sprinkler system that he can control from an application on his mobile phone. Gao, who describes himself as "just an ordinary retired Beijing uncle", has impressed netizens across the country with his self-made paradise, but he is also now under investigation from capital authorities. China’s urban planning regulations state that only buildings lower than 12 stories are permitted to undergo "greening" in the form of rooftop gardens; however, as Gao’s building is over 20 stories tall, his creation is technically considered illegal. Although Gao’s garden is accessible to all those in his building and has acted as a little getaway for the urbanites in the Chinese capital, it waits to be seen whether he will be ordered to take down his most impressive rooftop garden. (ends)

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden.

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden. A pensioner and avid botanist is in the headlines this week after he revealed how he has turned his residential building into a huge garden. Gao Jianfeng, the 68-year-old retiree, spent several years completing a five-tiered "hanging garden" on the rooftop of his residence, which is complete with small pathways and even houses ducks and birds. To reach the different levels of Gao’s incredible garden in Beijing’s Dongcheng District, visitors need to use ladders and stairs, with the whole project completed in about four years of hard work. On each level Gao has installed a number of miniature greenhouses - with Western-style architectural design - inside which he plants all sorts of plants and flowers to keep his property green. To water his flowers, Gao has even installed an irrigation and sprinkler system that he can control from an application on his mobile phone. Gao, who describes himself as "just an ordinary retired Beijing uncle", has impressed netizens across the country with his self-made paradise, but he is also now under investigation from capital authorities. China’s urban planning regulations state that only buildings lower than 12 stories are permitted to undergo "greening" in the form of rooftop gardens; however, as Gao’s building is over 20 stories tall, his creation is technically considered illegal. Although Gao’s garden is accessible to all those in his building and has acted as a little getaway for the urbanites in the Chinese capital, it waits to be seen whether he will be ordered to take down his most impressive rooftop garden. (ends)

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden.

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden. A pensioner and avid botanist is in the headlines this week after he revealed how he has turned his residential building into a huge garden. Gao Jianfeng, the 68-year-old retiree, spent several years completing a five-tiered "hanging garden" on the rooftop of his residence, which is complete with small pathways and even houses ducks and birds. To reach the different levels of Gao’s incredible garden in Beijing’s Dongcheng District, visitors need to use ladders and stairs, with the whole project completed in about four years of hard work. On each level Gao has installed a number of miniature greenhouses - with Western-style architectural design - inside which he plants all sorts of plants and flowers to keep his property green. To water his flowers, Gao has even installed an irrigation and sprinkler system that he can control from an application on his mobile phone. Gao, who describes himself as "just an ordinary retired Beijing uncle", has impressed netizens across the country with his self-made paradise, but he is also now under investigation from capital authorities. China’s urban planning regulations state that only buildings lower than 12 stories are permitted to undergo "greening" in the form of rooftop gardens; however, as Gao’s building is over 20 stories tall, his creation is technically considered illegal. Although Gao’s garden is accessible to all those in his building and has acted as a little getaway for the urbanites in the Chinese capital, it waits to be seen whether he will be ordered to take down his most impressive rooftop garden. (ends)

Pic shows: The five-storey rooftop garden.

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