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2 Responses to “China’s ‘ghost mall’”

  1. swag says:

    Bizarre, that.

    And this:

    http://hyperallergic.com/71030/capturing-the-chinese-copy-town-trend/

    “In China, you can now visit the Eiffel Tower, grab fish and chips in an old English town, and even see the Manhattan skyline, all in replica form. The Chinese appetite for “copy towns” — developments that duplicate in detail buildings and sometimes whole towns from the West — is the focus of an ongoing documentation project by London artists Phil Thompson and Sebastian Acker.”

  2. mrflash818 says:

    Not quite a rebuttal, but a different set of data.

    I believe the shopping ctr in this video, (around 3minute mark) is the same one in the BR/CNN link.

    “China’s Largest Ghost City?”
    http://youtu.be/Nc6tO9w8Nmw