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What to watch for in 2014 Modern looks and vibrant walls

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Patrick Langston Postmedia News What’s hot — and not — in housing for 2014? We look at some of the trends, including what colours and accessories the best homes will be sporting this year.

Colour Purple is the colour of the year for 2014. Unless it’s blue. Or maybe yellow. Radiant orchid is the big one, says the international colour authority Pantone Color Institute. It’s showing up everywhere from wallpaper to accessories. The institute touts purple as inducing creativity, confidence and other good things. It complements olive, deeper hunter greens, turquoise, teal, light yellows, grey and other colours, says the institute. Which is good, since Sico earlier this year earmarked yellow as a dominant colour, while blue continues to be high on the Color Marketing Group’s favourites list. “We’re seeing blue in a lot of new fabrics,” says Catherine Pulcine of Deco-

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Using colours such as blue, grey and orchid are expected to be hot in 2014, while animal prints, like faux-blue crocodile, are always in vogue. Ottomans instead of cocktail tables is also a trend. rating Den Interiors in Ottawa. “It’s tending to cobalt blue, which ties into orchid. We’ve been seeing pretty vibrant colours over the past few years. It’s not for everyone, but it does pop.”

Hello, walls Once the stuff of Grandma’s house, wallpaper has

made a big comeback in recent years, whether for an accent wall in a powder or dining room or cosily surrounding you in a bedroom. Geometric patterns and radiant orchid, sometimes in tandem, are among wallpaper trends. Wallpaper “adds panache to a space, but you have to ask yourself if it’s some-

thing you’re going to get tired of,” Pulcine says. It’s an important question: The stuff can get pricey and isn’t always easy to remove. Wallpaper, mouldings and wall tiles all add texture, says Suzanne Dimma, editor-in-chief of House & Home magazine, which recently published its 2014 trends issue. “It gives so

much more character and an architectural feel than just the drywall you get in a builder house.” So-called statement walls, including those with handpainted murals, number among the magazine’s top 10 trends for 2014. Also on the list: painting trim and walls the same bold colour to eliminate contrast and increase

Dramatic and sophisticated, black countertops in granite and quartz are zipping up the kitchen hit parade, according to the online real estate information service Zillow. Marble and light-grey counters in the same room provide contrast. Also hot, says Zillow: open shelves, glass-fronted cabinetry and dark colours such as copper and deep red (because they make rooms feel smaller, such colours work best as accents). “Glass (in doors) is popular but what’s very trendy is frosted glass,” says designer Dominique Girard. “Most people don’t want to display everything.” She says high-gloss cabinetry in PVC and other manufactured materials as well as sleek, linear lines — discreet cabinet door handles are becoming de rigueur — are also trending. “The biggest trend is larger refrigerators. Samsung supports the fresh food craze with its T9000 model ($4,200): it has two fridge and two freezer doors, but one freezer compartment converts to a refrigerator on demand.

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www.ReginaHomes4you.com Looking for that perfect light for your home office? A new chair or coffee table? You might try making it yourself, at home, with just the click of a button. 3-D printing, a novelty once reserved for science fiction, is going mainstream thanks to cheaper, more accessible technology. The printers, which now cost as little as $300 US, use lasers to blast out layer upon layer of plastics or other materials, forming 3-D objects. And if you don’t have the time, money or inclination to invest in a 3-D printer of your own, there are hundreds of websites selling lights, coasters, sculptures, furniture and even wallpaper crafted by 3-D printers. New York-based Shapeways, for example, allows users to make, buy or sell three-dimensional designs. Products include a delicate, twig-like egg cup for $8 and a lamp that looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud for $1,389. “We are consistently amazed by the incredible uses our customers find for these materials,” says Alex English, owner of the 3-D printing plastics retailer ProtoParadigm. Here are some of the decor items with 3-D printing you can buy or build:

Lighting Among the most popular — and dramatic — 3-D products for the home are lights, whether ceiling pendants, table lamps or floor lamps. Belgium’s .MGX by Materialise, a pioneer in 3-D printing, is known for museum-quality, futuristic designs. Among the most popular is the Bloom table lamp (about $2,600),

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Three-D printing, a novelty once reserved for science fiction, is going mainstream thanks to cheaper, more accessible technology. The printers, which now cost as little as $300 US, use lasers to blast out layer upon layer of plastics or other materials, forming 3-D objects. a flower-bud inspired design with joints you can expand or collapse to release or contain light, says marketing manager Katrien Vandenplas. Shapeways offers dozens of lamps created by some of the site’s more than 11,000 “shop owners,” or designers. The honeycomb-inspired Veroni lampshade, for instance, costs as little as $15 and comes in a variety of colours and materials ranging from the standard plastic to raw metal and steel.

Wall Hangings Statement pieces for your walls run the gamut in the 3D printing world. Shapeways’ ethereal Whales ($48) lends modern sophistication with its airy rendition of two swimming

whales crafted from white plastic. They almost seem to spring off the wall. Florida-based Proton 3-D Studio offers a little kitsch with a pop art-like plastic Pi symbol ($21) and the word “geek” crafted in orange plastic script lettering ($24). Sweden’s Kredema Design has one of the more “off the wall” home-decor products: a three-dimensional wallpaper that rolls out away from the wall to form shelves, magazine holders and even lampshades. Made from sheets of acrylic and wallpaper, the Off the Wall collection is available by special order only.

Accessories From picture frames to vases and even planters, you can design or

find just about anything home-related using 3-D printing technology. Shapeways recently added glazed ceramic to its list of materials, making it possible to craft personalized plates, mugs, salt and pepper shakers, and other items for the table. Blogger and tech consultant Michael Sitver designed some personalized coasters in about 90 minutes using a 3-D computer-aided design (CAD) software called Autodesk Inventor. He printed them up at Shapeways’ website. “This is a great project for beginners,” says Sitver, of Weston, Conn. “because designing it doesn’t take too much work, but it helps beginners get acquainted with the tools involved and the process.” He calls his new coasters a “wonderful conversation piece.”

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Textured backsplash tiles add character, like the Criss Cross Field from the Ann Sacks Modern collection.

Watch Continued from F1 Stainless steel remains No. 1 in finishes, but Businessweek.com reports that appliance makers are softening that with less-austere designs, matte finishes, rounded edges and furniture-like handles. It’s all part of the kitchen’s transformation into an informal gathering spot for family and friends.

Furnishings and accessories We’re increasingly viewing furniture as an investment rather than disposable fashion items, says Dimma. If there’s a trend at all, it’s toward traditional or modern classic styles that will work for years. Pulcine says the industrial look is fading. “People like to add warmth to their space, particularly for us who have to deal with winter.” That warmth is showing up, for example, in rustic items such as tables with barnboard tops and black or grey-black iron bases. Some accessories are taking their hint from what Dimma calls the Woodstock Revival. Sears’s spring 2014 home collection, for example, includes owl lanterns that look like they’re made of macramé as well as cheery, folk-art inspired cushions and table napkins. Boomers should totally relate.

To that list, those in the know add sculptural light fixtures, animal prints such as crocodile and zebra (actually trending for the past couple of years), and furnishings and accessories inspired by classical Greece and Rome.

Other top trenders ■■ Free-standing tubs (especially round, organic-feeling ones), car-wash-sized showers, spa-like ambience: the trend is ever greater spending on ensuites. ■■ Watch for hot new tiles in bathrooms and elsewhere. They include patterned floor tiles in keeping with the geometric patterns emblazoning everything from fabrics to wall hangings. ■■ Persian rugs: “Hot, hot, hot!” says House & Home’s Dimma. ■■ Fancified basements with curved bulkheads, mini brew pubs, luxurious home theatres: It’s a trend that just keeps on giving. ■■ Outside, look for resortstyle backyards inspired by Canadians’ love of winter jaunts to Mexico and Cuba, says landscape designer Welwyn Wong. We’ll be capturing a bit of that southern paradise feel by surrounding our pools with lush island plantings, little bridges and rock outcroppings, she says. An enticing thought at this time of year.

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It’s the New Year and many homeowners are thinking about renovating some part of their home. The goal of any renovation is to add value, whether it’s in the materials and finishes going into the home or for improvements to the structure, mechanics or physical comfort. Whether it’s a kitchen, bathroom, basement, backyard or all of the above, plan ahead, know your needs and keep communication clear between you and your contractor. Do that and your renovation should go smoothly, as long as you hire the right pros. The most important step is to plan it right, so here are a few tips from someone who knows a thing or two about doing a renovation the right way. Make decisions before you start. I’ve said it a million times: It takes longer to plan a renovation than to do it. The more time you spend making decisions before construction starts, the less time will be spent on actual labour, which helps control costs and work schedules. Find qualified pros. You need to do your own research. Don’t rely on the advice of friends and family alone. Get at least 10 to 20 references for any contractor you’re thinking of hiring — the more the better — and go see their work and speak to the homeowners. Don’t just look at jobs they just finished either. Look at jobs they did five years ago, 10 years ago. These are the

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The planning stage of any renovation is the most important step. Take the time to do your research, find the right contractor, discuss details and set up an appropriate work and payment schedule with your contractor. jobs that will tell you the durability of their work. And check out job sites in progress, both during and after hours, so you get a real understanding of how work is carried out, how orderly the job site is and how well it’s cleaned up. Do a background check. Bad contractors cover their tracks by changing company names. Do a corporate check with the Better Business Bureau and make sure they have a valid business and/or general contractor licence and insurance. Get a detailed contract. The more detail the better. It should describe every task that will be completed and include buffers for the unexpected, such as not getting certain items or materials by a certain date or not getting the mechanics done by a certain time. This is also the time to determine who is responsible for which permits. Set up a payment schedule tied to project mile-

stones. The best payment schedules are tied to specific project milestones, usually rough-in, drywall and completed, because it keeps the renovation moving. So your contractor completes the rough-in stage, a city inspector comes in and approves all the work — because you got the proper permits, of course — and then you hand over the first payment to your contractor. Only then does your contractor move onto the next stage of the renovation, and you do this for every stage. Discuss changes. Every change you make costs time and money. Talk to your contractor to make sure it’s worth the expense and potential delays. Workers might be reassigned to different jobs, which means yours will have to wait. Know the work schedule. That includes the daily work hours. If your contractor says they work from 9 to 4, it’s easy to keep track. If no one shows until the

afternoon a couple days in a row, contact your contractor immediately and ask why. These could be first signs that your job is falling off the rails, but it’s soon enough that you can get it back on track. Should you stay or should you go? Living through major construction is never easy. I always recommend homeowners find another place to stay during a reno, especially when we’re gutting an entire floor or if it involves the water, electricity and/or furnace to be shut off for extended periods of time. (Renovations kick up a lot of dust which you don’t want ending up in your HVAC system. That’s why it’s a good idea to shut it off during a renovation.) But deciding to stay home during a reno comes down to safety, time, comfort and convenience. If you know toxins such as asbestos, mould or lead paint will need to be removed you have to be out of the house until everything is clear and clean. Same thing if spray foam is being installed or certain solvents are being used. Plus, if you decide to stay your contractor and their crew will be doing a lot of cleaning every day, which you will have to pay for. All that cleaning also wastes time, time they could use to work on your reno, so it slows down the job. If you’re planning a reno in 2014 take your time to do it right. And you might want to start sweet-talking anyone that can offer a free place to stay while the work gets done. Catch Mike Holmes on Holmes Makes It Right, Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on HGTV. For more information, visit hgtv.ca. For more information on home renovations, visit makeitright.ca.

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There’s room for vintages Decorate until you’re totally happy Jeffrey Fisher Postmedia News Q: My boyfriend and I share a passion for garage sales, vintage shops and online shopping. We love to spend our weekends on the hunt for good deals and great finds. Josh and I have a particular fondness for all things mid-century — furniture, art and accessories. I’m writing because we can never seem to pull a room together with our treasures. No matter how hard we try, I feel like all of our cherished things look like we found them on the street and dragged them home. We’re getting a bit frustrated because we love every piece but can’t seem to make our look work. Any ideas on how we can turn this around? A: I too have a strong appreciation for mid-century fur nishings and am no stranger to my neighbourhood vintage stores. You don’t mention what room or rooms you’ve tried unsuccessfully to pull together but I recommend you pick one to diligently decorate until you’re both

happy with the results. The obvious choice would be the room you spend the most time in or the one that will best feature your collection of mid-century finds. For the sake of this advice, let’s proceed with your living area giving it the foundation needed to successfully display your treasures. If you currently don’t have shelving (built-in or free-standing), I suggest you start here. Built-in shelves give a custom look, complement the era of your furnishings and don’t necessarily have to cost a lot. If permanent shelves are too much of a commitment, look out for cool period shelving or even new cleanlined shelves. Whatever the case, you need something to show off your good deals and great finds. My inspiration photo here is by design firm 2Michaels (2michaelsdesign. com). The built-in shelves on either side of the window (we see only one in this photo) are simple but effective for display purposes. Items grouped together as a collection look more important than if scattered throughout the house. Round up all your collectibles and decide what looks good g rouped to g ether, and display them on your shelves as a curated collection. Maybe you have a collection of art pottery that

will look great, or a trove of vintage alarm clocks? Alternatively, you may group by colour and display all things orange together or all things green, for example. Play around with it until you’re happy with the results. Besides deter mining how best to display your items, you need to choose the perfect paint colour for the walls so your treasures come to life. Perhaps your previously failed attempts at decorating with vintage furnishings result from choosing the wrong room colour. Designers (and sisters) Jayne and Joan Michaels used a light-grey paint in the room featured. Notice how it complements but doesn’t compete with the furniture, art or accessories. Had the Michaels sisters painted the room a retro colour, it may have made the room look too themed and less livable on a daily basis. Your goal is to integrate your fabulous finds and live with them, not create a shrine to the time period. Don’t be afraid of mixing new furnishings with old, should your collection lack necessary pieces. If you don’t have an authentic, mid-century sofa or coffee table, buy the look new. Let’s face it, many sofas today have the clean lines you’re drawn to and are much more comfortable. If you have been hanging

your art throughout your home and it looks scattered and unimportant, bring it all to your living room to hang in one concentrated area. Should you have a number of small pieces you may choose to hang them like 2Michaels did, so that it fills a wall, or if your collection includes larger pieces, you can spread them throughout the room. Take note of the Michaels’ hanging technique. They hung the art so that the edges of the frames create one large visual rectangle. Tip: They mapped the layout on the floor, moving it around like a jigsaw puzzle until they were happy with it, photographed it and then recreated the arrangement on the wall. I like this room because, though the majority of the items are vintage, the room appears timeless and current. Whether the pieces have value to only the owners or are museum quality, because of how the room is put together, nothing looks dragged in off the street. I’m confident, you can achieve the same results if you decorate each room completely before moving on to the next. And it gives you an excuse to always be on the hunt for new treasures. I hope this helps. Send your design question to askjeffreyfisher@gmail.com.

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VICTORIA — Historically low mortgage rates are encouraging more people to enter the real estate market. While rates are important when it comes to buying a home, there are more questions first-time home buyers need to ask before they purchase. The easiest thing to compare when shopping for a first mortgage is rates, but Ryan Mckinley, Vancity mortgage development manager, said they aren’t the most important thing. “Depending on how often people move or change jobs, you’re not necessarily going to be in that mortgage for the entire term,” said Mckinley. “While it seems like you are getting the best deal for you, you need to ask what the penalty will be if you break that term.” According to Mckinley, there are two standard penalties that are charged: A three-month interest penalty, which is fairly straightforward, as well as an interest rate differential. The penalties can be applied in different ways and by using different numbers. Even though many homeowners may feel as if they will just be giving money to the bank, Mckinley said it’s important to ask about the whole package, which could include profit-sharing options at credit unions. A common mistake firsttime home buyers make when they head into the market is being unaware of the impact of their unsecured debts, like car loans and leases. “It’s really interesting because you see the car commercials and they say $350 a month over a fiveyear period. It seems affordable, but you are using the

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It’s important to have a full picture of what you can afford compared to what you qualify for before you pen the deal on a new home. same money that you need to qualify for a mortgage,” said Mckinley. “For example, if you’re m a k i n g $ 7 0 , 0 0 0 a ye a r and you don’t have many other unsecured debts, you can afford about a $350,000 mortgage. If you then take on a $500-a-month car loan or car lease payment, the $350,000 you could have been approved for before has now reduced to $250,000.” It’s important to have a full picture of what you can af ford compared to what you qualify for before you pen the deal on a new home. Mckinley said the fear of being mortgage poor can be avoided by doing some simple budgeting and planning before you purchase. “When you sit down with the professional you’ re working with calculate what the total cost is going to be, which could include your new mortgage, strata fees, property taxes and anything else you aren’t paying now,” he said. “Find out what that total number is and compare that to the rent you may be paying now. Take that difference and start an automatic payment each month coming from your account that goes into a savings account so you can live with it each month to see what it is like to have those payments and see if it is comfortable.” Luxury Condos in Windsor Park. 2 bedroom and den options, 1063-1434 sq. ft., ground level garage parking.

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Mayor feels deceived by Palestinian envoys Karel Janicek THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PRAGUE, Czech Republic — Relations between Palestinians and the Czech Republic took a nosedive Friday after residents voiced concerns over the discovery of illegal weapons at the Palestinian embassy complex where a booby-trapped safe killed the ambassador. The mayor of the Suchdol district, where the Palestinian embassy complex is based, said he lodged com-

plaints with Czech authorities. “We have lost trust in the diplomats,” Mayor Petr Hejl said Friday after receiving complaints from neighbours. “We feel deceived by them.” Deputy Foreign Minister Jiri Schneider met Hejl on Friday and listened to the concerns, the ministry said in a statement. No details of the meeting were given. Ambassador Jamal alJamal, 56, died Wednesday after an embassy safe exploded. The career diplomat had only started his posting

in October. Police said they found unspecified illegal weapons in the new complex, which includes the embassy and the ambassador’s residence where the safe exploded. Police spokeswoman Andrea Zoulova said Friday it was not yet clear why the Palestinians had the weapons there. She would not say how many weapons were found or how old they were. The Foreign Ministry said it was seeking an explanation.

“The Palestinian side has promised to check whether the Palestinian activities in the past had been in line with Czech l aw, ” t h e ministry said Friday Jamal after a visit al-Jamal by Palestinian Deputy Foreign Minister Taysir Farahat. Telephone messages and emails to the Palestinian

Embassy spokesman in Prague were not immediately returned Friday, which is a holy day for Muslims. The Czech Republic was one of the few countries that voted against the recognition of a Palestinian state in the United Nations last year and is an ally of Israel in the European Union. Still, the Czechs tolerate the diplomatic status of the Palestinians, which goes back to the Cold War when the Soviet bloc, including communist Czechoslovakia, had warm ties with the Pal-

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Pope Francis, shown Friday leaving Rome’s Jesus’ Church after celebrating a mass, says becoming a priest must be a “work of art, not a police action.”

Pope warns priests can be ‘little monsters’ Nicole Winfield The Associated Press VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis has warned that priests can become “little monsters” if they aren’t trained properly as seminarians, saying their time studying must be used to mould their hearts as well as their minds. Francis also war ned against accepting men for the priesthood who may have been implicated in sexual abuse or other problems, saying the protection of the Catholic faithful is most important. The pontif f made the comments Nov. 29 during a closed-door meeting of 120

superiors of religious orders who gathered at the Vatican for their regular assembly. On Friday, the Jesuit journal La Civilta Cattolica provided a report of the threehour, informal question and answer session. The Vatican never provided a transcript of the meeting. The magazine, which interviewed Francis last year, quoted the first Jesuit pope as telling the superiors he wants them to “wake up the world” with their work, particularly with the poor. “Truly to understand reality we need to move away from the central position of calmness and peacefulness and direct ourselves to the peripheral areas,” he said. Francis, who headed the

Jesuits’ novice training program in his native Argentina in the 1970s, also warned the superiors of some of the failings of seminary training, or “formation,” such as when would-be priests merely “grit their teeth, try not to make mistakes, follow the rules smiling a lot, just waiting for the day when they are told ‘Good, you have finished formation.’ ” “This is hypocrisy that is the result of clericalism, which is one of the worst evils,” Francis was quoted as saying, returning to the issue of clericalism — or a certain cronyism and careerism among the men of the cloth — that he has frequently criticized. The training of priests, he

said, must be a “work of art, not a police action.” “We must for m their hearts. Otherwise we are creating little monsters. And then these little monsters mould the people of God. This really gives me goose bumps,” he was quoted as saying. Francis has spoken on several occasions about life in religious orders — the good and the bad — and hasn’t shied from offering his own personal experiences when speaking with groups of nuns and priests. The for mer Jorge Mario Bergoglio was only 36 when he was made superior of the Jesuits in Argentina in 1973, during a particularly turbulent time for the order

in general and Argentina in particular. In his remarks to the superiors, Francis flagged as a risk the “huge problem” of accepting into the seminary someone who has already been asked to leave another religious institute, and cited Pope Benedict XVI’s tough line on priests who commit sexual abuse. “I am not speaking about people who recognize that they are sinners: we are all sinners, but we are all not corrupt,” Francis said. “Sinners are accepted, but not people who are corrupt.” The Civilta Cattolica report didn’t elaborate on Francis’ comments, or on how “huge” a problem this was.

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Vaccines didn’t cause child deaths, officials say Gillian Wong THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BEIJING — Vaccines did not cause the deaths of nine children shortly after they were inoculated for hepatitis in a Chinese government program and no links have been found in eight other cases still being investigated, health officials said Friday after safety concerns arose. At the same time, China’s national product safety watchdog said three drug makers — one of whom was scrutinized over the recent deaths — had suspended production because they failed to meet new manufacturing standards. Public confidence in Chinese health authorities and the country’s drug safety regime is shaky at best,

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Doctors in a Chinese hospital last month check a baby who had an adverse reaction after a hepatitis B vaccination. though improvements have been made in recent years since government agencies withheld information about the spread of SARS and bird flu. Concer ns over vaccine safety have surfaced after

reported problems with vaccines for encephalitis, hepatitis B and other diseases. In those cases, the health ministry said the vaccines had been improperly stored but were unrelated to subsequent illnesses that were

reported. In the recent cases, China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission investigated 17 deaths of children between Dec. 13 and Tuesday shortly after they received shots for the liver disease hepatitis B, the commission said in a statement on its website. Nine were clearly unrelated to the vaccines, the commission said, while a preliminary investigation found no links in the remaining cases. The cause of those eight deaths would only be confirmed after autopsies are completed. The causes of the deaths instead were acute pneumonia, suffocation, kidney failure, severe diarrhea, death of intestinal tissue, sudden infant death, congenital heart disease and so on,

the commission said. The children were all younger than five and lived in nine provinces across China, the commission said without further details. Late last month after the first few deaths were reported, Chinese authorities sent health experts to investigate the manufacturer of most of the hepatitis B vaccines, Biokangtai, a drug maker based in the southern city of Shenzhen. The China Food and Drug Administration said Friday that Biokangtai and two other manufacturers of hepatitis B vaccines had to suspend production because they failed to meet new safety and quality standards for manufacturing. It said the companies could resume production after obtaining the new certification.

BEIJING — Chinese authorities deployed helicopters, speedboats and paramilitary police to seize three tons of methamphetamine in a massive raid on a single southern village notorious for illegal drugs production. Security forces surrounded and then entered the village of Boshe, where more than a fifth of the households were suspected to be involved in or linked to the production and trafficking of drugs, Guangdong province’s police force said on its website. Police and paramilitary forces from four cities were mobilized in Sunday’s raid and they arrested 182 suspects who worked for 18 large drug-making rings, the statement late Thursday said. No blood was shed, it said. “The village has made a criminal drug production a ‘clan-based, industrialized operation with local protection,”’ police said. “The offenders have for a long time been brazenly committing crimes, avoiding investigations and even ganging up to violently oppose law enforcement,” the statement said. China routinely carries out operations targeting illicit drug rings but it’s unusual for such wide-ranging law enforcement resources to be deployed at once against a single village. An aerial photo posted on the police website showed dozens of police vans parked in rows outside a walled village of densely built old houses with traditionalstyle peaked, tiled roofs. Another photo showed a helicopter taking off and another one parked nearby. Speedboats were sent to prevent suspects from fleeing the coastal village by sea. The Yangcheng Evening News, a local newspaper, says the raid involved 3,000 police officers who seized three tons of methamphetamine in the raid. Photos showed paramilitary officers in camouflage uniforms and holding rifles stood over large boxes filled with large packets of what is presumably crystal meth. Boshe’s villagers have resisted Chinese authorities for years, blockading the village entrance with motorcycles when word of a raid spread. The villagers would brandish replica AK-47s, lay nail boards on the road and hurl rocks and homemade grenades at officers, said the paper based in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. The paper said police first captured the village party secretary who allegedly was protecting the drug operations from authorities. Other officials captured included the local police chief and other police officers. Calls to police at the provincial and local levels rang unanswered Friday.


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