Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Tianjin-Resident-after-Chemical-Explosion-in-China-27MZIFJ6T79Y0.htmlConceptually similarInteriors of House Damaged by the Tianjin ExplosionGP0STPFQQCompleted★★★★House of Relocated Residents in TianjinGP0STPFQICompleted★★★★Tianjin Resident after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQBCompleted★★★★★★Tianjin Resident after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQOCompleted★★★★Tianjin Resident after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQECompleted★★★★Tianjin Residents after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQUCompleted★★★★Tianjin Resident after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQSCompleted★★★★Tianjin Residents after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQJCompleted★★★★Tianjin Residents after Chemical Explosion in ChinaGP0STPFQGCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPIKXTianjin Resident after Chemical Explosion in ChinaQin’s bedroom following the explosion. The Qin family have since moved to a new apartment in the same area so that Qin’s son can continue studying at his school. “We were lucky- we found a new apartment quickly and moved in. Soon after the explosion, rental prices for apartments shot up”.In original language:中国天津危化品爆炸事故后的幸存者爆炸后秦先生的卧室。秦家人在爆炸后搬往新的住处，但是还在同一地区，这样方便他们的儿子去之前的学校继续读书。“我们很幸运，很快就找到了一家新住处搬进来，爆炸事故后没多久，这片区域的公寓房租价格猛增。”Locations:Asia-China-East Asia-TianjinDate:17 Oct, 2015Credit:© Na Zhou / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Accidents-Chemicals-Day-Destruction-Houses-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-One person-Pollution-Sadness-Toxics (campaign title)-Victims-WomenShoot:Days of Broken Lives: Stories of Residents Since the Tianjin ExplosionA chemical warehouse explosion in Binhai New District, Tianjin on August 12 destroyed thousands of houses and claimed the lives of over 100 people. Three months on those who lost their homes remain in a state of fear, anger and confusion as they face their uncertain future.