In China, a 19th-century building was lifted from the ground by floodwaters and moved from its original location. The work was carried out with the help of 10 trucks to remove the building from the flood road. The 19th-century three-story building was moved 70 meters by 10 trucks and lasted 1 hour and 30 minutes. The building was moved to prevent flooding during the rainy season. Built in 1893, the building was used for many activities. It was partly a Catholic school for women. Recently, China has become a place to publish general entrance examination materials. It has a total area of ​​1700 square meters. Professor Zhang Xin of Shandong Jiangsu University said:
“We need to strengthen and protect our precious sense of love for our own history and cultural monuments, rather than the appearance of the building,” he said.
It should be noted that the building is not the first mobile facility in China. In September 2019, the Guinness Book of World Records recorded that a bus station weighing 30,000 tons was turned 90 degrees.