|A 17-year-old Young Man Takes a Selfie on Top of a Hong Kong Skyscraper|
A 17-year-old young man from Munich, Germany and his Russian friend climbed to the top of a 150-meter- Hong Kong skyscraper without being noticed by building security. The pair can be seen wandering around and exploring the buildings without any difficulty despite being more than 500 feet in the air.
|"Nail Houses" in Shenzhen Stand for a Decade |
Two old buildings in Luohu District in Shenzhen, a city in south China have survived the threat of being demolished for over a decade. The Owners of these houses have refused to relocate and had failed to reach any agreement with the property developers who wanted to buy the land. Houses which still survive in areas slated for clearance, becuase their owners refuse to relocate are popularly known as "nailed houses" in Chinese.
|Air New Zealand Releases Hobbit Themed Safety Awareness Video |
Air New Zealand has released a new safety awarenss video with charachters from the popular fantasy movie the Hobbit. Some stars of the movie Hobbit appear in the video explaining inflight safety measures.
|Singer Wilber Pan Injured While Rehearsing in Chinese Taipei|
Popular Singer-actor Wilber Pan from Chinese Taipei suffered a severe head injury, while rehearsing for his concert at the the Taipei Arena. Hospital sources say that he is now in a stable condition, but his concert scheduled for October 25 has been cancelled.
|Luc Besson's Lucy Out in China|
Luc Besson's latest sci-fi film Lucy opens in Chinese cinemas today. Lucy has grossed over 400 million US dollars worldwide since its release last summer.
|Christie's Opens Autum Sales in Shanghai|
Christie's has opened its autumn auction and exhibition in Shanghai. The auction features over 60 art pieces by Pablo Picasso, Salvatore Dali, Andy Worhol and some contemparory Chinese artists.
|Creative Wuhan Firefighter Posters|
A set of creative firefighter posters has been recently released by the Wuhan Fire Brigade in central China's Hubei province. The posters depict the training and daily lives of young firefighters born after 1990.
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