Since the demolition of Cherkizovsky Market in Moscow this year, lots of immigrant that have been working there lost their jobs. And neighborhood where the market was located started getting more and more Chinese with every single day. Immigrants from many countries invaded the district and since the market was demolished they lost not only their jobs but their place of living as well.
According to the official information, more than 100,000 of immigrants worked at the market and at least 60 % of them were Chinese. But just think about off-the-record figures? We can only guess. And along with Chinese people, their food and their language started flooding Lyublino neighborhood and some of other adjacent districts.
One cinema even started to screen movies translated into Chinese to boost their income. You can see the advertisement of this movie theater on the title picture. Moreover, the cinemaâ€™s management showed its blazing greediness and made the pay-toilets there.
But how can they get money if they havenâ€™t any job to earn it? Then local and state authorities began organizing chow wagons in the neighborhood to support down-and-out incomers and to lower the crime rate.
And of course neighborhood citizens didnâ€™t want to close eyes to such an injustice and started making lots of protests because their homedistrict started growing dirty and filthy, while the director of already nonexistent market built seven-star hotel somewhere in Turkey. Thatâ€™s how it goes, folks.