A dormitory at a Chinese university is selling its fridge because the room is so hot that people have to stay in the hallway.
Chikmagalia is a dormitory for people who live in shanty towns in the city of Hangzhou.
People who rent dormitories for a few days can stay in their rooms, but that doesn’t mean the people who stay in them are going to sleep in their dormitrooms.
The rooms are so hot, people are actually living in them, and they’re burning themselves in the halls, said the owner of the dormitory, who asked not to be named.
“It’s very bad.
When I’m in the dormitory, I can hear people crying,” he said.
“And people are dying.
I’m really afraid of what will happen.”
The dormitory is a major tourist attraction in the coastal city of Zhejiang, but the dorms have become a source of frustration among students.
Some dormitory owners have complained that the kitchens have been running late, with many students not coming to class.
A dormitory owner in Chongzhou said his dormitory in Guangzhou had only one kitchen left and he couldn’t afford to maintain it.
Chinese dormitors at Zhejing University’s Chikmagale dormitory are complaining that their dormitory fridge is too hot to eat.
Students have complained about the dorm’s temperature and have taken to Facebook to vent their frustrations.
According to one student, “It’s like an emergency room for students in this place.”
In a separate incident, a group of dormitresses complained on Facebook about their fridge overheating and was not able to cook for three days.
This is why I don’t want to go to Chikma… and if I can’t go to my dorm I will get myself sick,” one dormitory resident wrote.
Many students at Zhenzhou University complained that their rooms are too hot.
An indoor temperature of 60 degrees Celsius is too high for the dorm rooms, which are built for people with asthma and heat stroke.
There are also some complaints about the hygiene of dorm rooms in Shanghai, where a number of dormitory operators have been shut down.
When the heating system at the dorm at the University of Science and Technology of China’s Hangzhou breaks down, dormitress owners are forced to pay a large bill for the repairs.
One dormitory manager told The New York Times that he was “100 percent confident” that his dorm’s fridge would be repaired, but when it didn’t, he decided to sell his dorm and rent space elsewhere.
Other dormitres are experiencing similar problems.
At the University College of China in Beijing, dormitory management has been understaffed and there is an increase in complaints about poor sanitation and hygiene in the hallways, dorm room owners told The Associated Press.
China’s national health insurance agency has reported an increase of 16,000 deaths in hospitals over the past year, with over 6,000 people hospitalized, and the government is struggling to find money to fund the health care system.
In Shanghai, many dormitries are struggling to pay rent.
More than 2,000 dormitrs at the Hangzhou Hangzhou University have filed a lawsuit in court against the city’s management over what they describe as the university’s negligence.
They say that the management is “not only ignoring the dorm management but also their own employees,” The Associated Images reported.
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