Please respond to the following question(very very short answer pls): What is urban “creative destruction”? Is forced demolition and “domicide” a type of violence? Why did it happen? What are the consequences? Also please shortly response to peer's post(also just very short comment): "In the case of China, government sanctioned violence took place in the name of economic development and is accepted as “creative destruction,” which refers to the process of changing urban cities in terms of renewal and internal movement of population etc. In other words, it is a vibrant and chaotic process of destruction and rebuilding. Violent incidents have been taking places in urban demolition and relocation, a key step in China’s housing reform and urbanization process. Such violence is mostly carried out through domicide, the “murder of the home,” against the owners' will. It is also perpetrated against residents in the form of physical abuse, beating, black jail, arson, imprisonment, murder, and suicide as they resist demolition and relocation on the government’s terms. As such, regarding the consequences, it often escapes critical attention and scrutiny. The government has also created a culture that, just like the Cultural Revolution, legitimates violence in society. As resourceful and tenacious as the Chinese urban residents have been in dealing with this violence, they are ultimately vulnerable to such authoritarian state power. "