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Beijing-based firm LUO Studio has created an adorable mobile mini-library crafted out of recycled industrial parts. Made from an abandoned bicycle, discarded iron car sheets and reclaimed wood, the Shared Lady Beetle is a tiny contraption in the shape of a … Continue reading
Chinese bookstore chain Xinhua has opened the nation’s first employee-less, 24-hour bookstore, in Tongzhou, a district in southeast Beijing, and plans to open another 19 similar stores in the city before the end of the year. The bookshops, which are … Continue reading
This very neat infographic was created for the British travel agency Pettitts.
Construction began in 1998 on an ambitious project to build Asia’s largest and greatest amusement park . But since then the “Wonderland” project, outside of Beijing, has been scrapped after funding dried-up. Last year, UK photographer Catherine Hyland explored the … Continue reading
This week Apple celebrates the 10th anniversary of their retail store operations. To mark this earthshaking event, here’s a look at some of Apple’s most noteworthy and iconic outlets around the universe.