Partying in the underground bunker. The exact history of this former air raid shelter space-turned prison is unknown, but at least one skeleton was discovered. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com/ William Wang]
For Chairman Mao, the world "underground" meant air-raid shelters. He dedicated 85 square-kilometers of subterranean space to build up a labyrinthine network of them. But the folks and Reloaded Events have a new interpretation of "underground": transforming dark, dank spaces where fear of death was once meant to permeate into a raging party.