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CULTURE

China's topsy-turvy bridge actually has three bridges woven into one check those Amazing pictures

China's topsy-turvy bridge actually has three bridges woven into one A rendering of the Lucky Knot bridge in Changsha, China. A bridge doesn't need to include the standard, gray concrete beams, cables, and deck. They can twist and turn and pop with color.

  1 month ago ago
China's topsy-turvy bridge actually has three bridges woven into one check those Amazing pictures

CULTURE

Iraqi Female architect made unbelievable things when he did this to China check those pictures

Zaha Hadid Architects' lakeside cultural centre nears completion in Changsha New photos reveal the Zaha Hadid Architects-designed Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre nearing completion in China. Due for completion this year, the 115,000-square-metre cultural complex is located beside Meixi Lake in Changsha, the capital of the Hunan province.

  1 month ago ago
Iraqi Female architect made unbelievable things when he did this to China check those pictures

ECONOMY-FINANCE

How A 10-Storey Building Was Built In 28 Hours 45minutes.

The 10 modular apartment building was built by Chinese Broad Group, Named Living Building, located in Changsha, China. Broad Group released a report showing that a 10-storey house was built in China with three cranes and a large group of workers for about 28 hours 45minutes.

  2 months ago ago
How A 10-Storey Building Was Built In 28 Hours 45minutes.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Projects worth $22.9b signed at 2nd China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo

Xinhua | Updated: 2021-09-30 10:04 A staff member walks past the exhibition area of Pilot Zone for In-depth China-Africa Economic and Trade Cooperation during the second China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo held in Changsha, central China's Hunan province, on Sept 26, 2021. [Photo/Xinhua]

  2 months ago ago
Projects worth $22.9b signed at 2nd China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo

COVID

Restaurant apologises for weghing customer before entry

A restaurant in Beijing, China issued an apology for its policy of asking diners to weigh themselves before entry in response to a new national campaign against food waste. The beef restaurant in the city of Changsha has received huge criticism on Chinese social media as soon as it reveal the policy on Friday. Customers were asked to stand on scales and scan their data into an app that recommended food choices based on their weight and the calories in their dishes, according to a report by the state-run China

  1 year ago ago
Restaurant apologises for weghing customer before entry

COVID

Chinese restaurant apologising for weighing customers before ordering food

A restaurant in Changsha, China, made their apology after being accused of “fat-shaming” it's customers. The Chuiyan Fried Beef restaurant recently being instituted for a controversial policy where it is asking it's customers to weigh themselves before ordering their meals. Customers are asked to stand on a scale for scanning their data into an app that is recommending the type of food choices based on their weight to eat and the dishes' calorific value. It is reported that the policy is a response to a

  1 year ago ago
Chinese restaurant apologising for weighing customers before ordering food