Did you find those gold-tinted walls and chandeliers familiar? Because it is imitating the interior of France’s Versailles palace. The owner is a state-owned drug firm in China named Harbin Pharmaceutical Group, which primarily manufactures chemical medicines and health foods, but that doesn’t mean they are making positive contribution to the community. Many people were indignant after seen those images flying around on the internet. Video and more pics after the break.
The company reportedly to have 2 trillions RMB of profits last year, which they had spent about 5.4 billion yuans annually for advertising but only expended around 20 million RMB for environment pollution issue. Apparently, they use most of the remaining funding to build their dream palace.
Moreover, the headquarter the company has excessive of toxic gas emission, residents who live nearby the plant had tolerated the smelly gas for almost 10 years. Rather than that, the bottles of water that the company sold in the market were detected to have excessive of carcinogenic elements. The owner of the company is very unscrupulous!
A journalist from China Central Television posted a Weibo criticizing the company was spending their money on luxurious palace instead of solving the polluted environment.
The Beijing Business Today newspaper quoted an unnamed spokesperson for the company as confirming the pictures were genuine and said:
“The design and decoration of the office’s section are very simple. But we hoped the design of the museum would have some sense of art.”
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