时间：2017-12-29 21:11:05 Source: Beijing Youth DailyTime: 2017-12-29 21:11:05
Inside scene of the "most magical dormitory" being gradually demolished
Private carpets, veils, and LED lights have hidden fire hazards to ensure student safety—
Internet celebrity "most magical dormitory" will be rectified within a time limit
Put on carpets, tie up hanging chairs, the roof is covered with red veil, hanging paper lanterns, and stringing a few rows of small chandeliers ... Recently, a "most magical dormitory" of Communication University of China became popular, and many netizens Call it "creative." However, many netizens questioned that in the converted dormitory, the curtains and carpets were flammable, and the small chandeliers also had hidden safety hazards. Once the fire broke out, the consequences would be disastrous.
The Beijing Youth Daily reporter learned that the host of this dormitory is four freshman boys from the school's digital entertainment major. On December 28, a reporter from Beijing Youth Daily learned from the Communication University of China that this kind of decoration in the dormitory violates the relevant regulations of the school and there is a great potential safety hazard. Currently, students have been required to make corrections before the end of the New Year's Day holiday.
The "Most Magical Dormitory" in the Biography Popularizes Controversy
On December 22, the public account of the Communication University of China's Student Union released the article "Farewell, Magic Man Cave", showing the "most magical dormitory" designed and transformed by four freshman students in digital entertainment. The article introduces that the overall style of the renovated dormitory is relatively Japanese, "the core is a lantern that crosses the two ends of the room", the wooden plaque added to the door and the large piece of cloth decoration in the room.
The reporter from Beiqing Daily noticed that the photos of the renovated dormitory published by the students contained large gauze curtains, two carpets that almost covered the dormitory floor and rows of small LED bulbs. The students reported that they were "comfortable and convenient" to play on the carpet.
The "most magical dormitory" became popular among students, and many students praised it as "innovative", but many students also said that the dormitory is full of these sundries and flammable materials, will there be hidden safety hazards? In response, the aforementioned public account article also mentioned that this dormitory "has been fired because of decoration violations of related dormitory regulations and has been ordered to be demolished." The author of the article also reminds everyone, "In every stage of showing individuality, we must not cross the bottom line of hidden dangers."
On December 28, a reporter from the Beijing Youth Daily contacted Liu Qing (pseudonym), a student in the "most magical dormitory". 18-year-old Liu Qing told a reporter from the Beijing Youth Daily that he and 4 other roommates spent 4 months renovating the dormitory. He said that he did not have the experience of boarding at school. "As soon as I came to school, I felt that the dormitory was my new home. It should not be boring and monotonous. It should have its own style and gave birth to the idea of remodeling (dormitory)." The safety of retrofitting, especially when it comes to electricity safety, is indeed not considered. "
Decorations in the dormitory block the smoke alarm
On December 28, Liu Qing took a reporter from Beijing Youth Daily to the living area of Communication University of China and walked into their converted dormitory. The dormitory is located on the 6th floor. When reporters from the Beijing Youth Daily went in, two roommates of Liu Qing were sitting on their hanging chairs and playing games. Unlike other dormitories, the walls of this dormitory are covered with wallpapers, and the ceiling is covered with a string of small LED bulbs. The four told the Beiqing Daily reporter that they never turned on the original fluorescent lights in the dormitory, which were all illuminated by LED lights. A reporter from the Beijing Youth Daily noticed that these small lamps were covered with a layer of mauve veil.
The unreconstructed ordinary student dormitory has white walls and no hidden dangers
Liu Qing told the Beijing Youth Daily that the materials for the dormitory refurbishment were all bought from the Internet. "One after another I bought more than 2,000 materials, and it cost 500 yuan for a single rug." The carpet in the dormitory has now been removed. In addition, comparing the previous pictures on the Internet, it can be seen that several lanterns originally hanging on the hemp rope on the roof and the plaque at the entrance of the dormitory have also been removed.
The Beijing Youth Daily reporter observed on the spot that although some decorations had been removed, the gauze on the roof still blocked the smoke alarm in the middle of the house.
School ordered students to eliminate hidden dangers early next month
In response to this, Pei Ming, deputy director of the Propaganda Department of Communication University of China, responded to a reporter from the Beijing Youth Daily that such decoration of dormitories has violated the relevant regulations of the school and there is a great potential safety hazard. Currently, students have been required to make corrections within a time limit.
The reporter from Beiqing Daily noticed that the first floor of the student dormitory building had an obvious location and posted the "Administrative Regulations of the Communication University of China Student Apartment". Article 16 of them requires that flammable, explosive, and corrosive storage in the dormitory is strictly prohibited. , Highly toxic and hazardous materials with radioactivity; Article 17 stipulates that it is strictly forbidden to pull wires and cables in random.
Regarding the student's transformation of the dormitory, the staff of the apartment management center of the Logistics Department of Communication University of China stated that "the LED lights on the ceiling are private wires. Hemp ropes and gauze curtains block the smoke alarm and seriously interfere with its sensitivity. Once a fire occurs The consequences were unthinkable. Four students also evacuated the seats in the dormitory and replaced them with hanging chairs fixed on the edge of the bed. The load bearing capacity cannot be guaranteed, which will inevitably pose a threat to the lives of students. "
The student's renovation of the dormitory lasted for 4 months. Why didn't they stop before? The staff member said that because the decorative items were distributed to the dormitory by express delivery, they could not understand the situation. He said that after the violation of the decorated dormitory was discovered in early December, they immediately reflected the situation to the school's logistics department, security department, secondary college, student department and other departments.
The staff member stated that Liu Qing and his 3 roommates had been informed that all decorations in the dormitory must be removed before the end of the New Year's Day holiday. On the afternoon of December 28, Liu Qing also told the Beijing Youth Daily reporter, "Although I am not willing, but to abide by the school rules and regulations, we should also try our best to avoid safety risks. We are gradually removing the LED lights and veil from the ceiling."
Text / Our reporter Xiong Yingqi Intern reporter Zhang Yilin
Photography / Intern Reporter Zhang Yilin Clues / Ms. Zhang