A reporter takes photos of a newly built village in Cuiyuehu township, Dujiangyan city, southwest China's Sichuan province. [Photo/rednet.cn]
Farmers left devastated by the Wenchuan earthquake in 2008 will move into news homes by September 30 this year, rednet.cn reported Monday.
The houses in Sichuan's Dujiangyan, a city 11 kilometers away from the epicenter of the quake, were built by the farmers with the same style and good infrastructure facilities with the help of the government.
The surroundings of these houses could easily match some of the luxury villas in the suburban areas, the website said.
The money for building the houses came from the government's housing compensation, the compensation farmers got by transferring their original house sites, and their own savings.