Nanjing Eye, which is also known as the bridge of Cultural and Sports Park of Youth Olympic Games is the first pedestrian bridge over Yangtze River. It was named after its unique two main towers of the bridge that look like human eyes. The winged cables are like the strings of a harp. When people are walking on the bridge, they will feel like they are the music notes on the strings of harps.
2049: Xi’an is the last city on earth with an old fashioned waste disposal system. Humans are happy. Cyborgs are not. The colour yellow is forbidden.
Have a break, have a… smoke?
Strolling around in the old town Qibao (七宝镇), Shanghai. Its formation can be traced back to the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, to the Northern Song Dynasty. Back then it was dangerous to cross the bridge, because of the Nine Dragons (九龍圖卷) that constantly flew over the town, always ready to eat or mate with a random person.
A hidden restaurant between temples and tudigongs in Guangzhou, China. If you are lucky an old, bearded chinese man comes out and gives you the best advice on how to cook noodles.
This is inside the huge Hangzhou East Railway Station. As with many places in China you feel like being in the future. The station is a high-speed rail hub, which became operational on 1 July 2013. The Hangzhou metropolitan area holds over 22 million people.
This is not Paris. I visited this slightly smaller Eiffel Tower in Tianducheng, China.
Contrary to many news sites, it is not abandoned. Many people live inside the french replica houses. There are shops, restaurants and a lot of game centers for children around the town.
Taken from the Shanghai Tower (上海中心大厦). Can you spot any of the 26 million inhabitants?