The 20 Tallest Skylines in The World

Fly Dubai has created a very interesting infographic that features information of tall buildings throughout the world. Skylines within cities such as Dubai’s 828 meter high Burj Khalifa, Shanghai, New York, London, Mumbai and more, and totalled up the total height of the top five highest buildings in each city, all in the these graphics you see below. via: Design You Trust

Shanghai In Reverse

“Walk in Shanghai” is a reversed time-lapse film created by media artist JT Singh that takes you on a tour of Shanghai’s urban streets. This mesmerizing short video features a man walking through the streets of Shanghai normally with people walking backwards. But the truth is that he is walking backwards, and the film is being played in… Continue reading Shanghai In Reverse

Shanghai: Past and Present

The images of Shanghai’s Pudong district, which just decades ago was an area of farmland, document the formation of one of the world’s leading commercial hubs. A photograph of the city in 1987 (top) shows a land of low-rise factories- a far cry from the forest of skyscrapers jostling for space in the skyline today… Continue reading Shanghai: Past and Present

Stunning Kaleidoscopic Time-Lapse of Cities

Mirror City is a dazzling Time-Lapse video by Michael Shainblum that show some of the great American cities in mirror images using the kaleidoscopic effects. Shainblum has been mirroring images for five years and spent four months working on “Mirror City,” using footage from Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

Huge Shark Tank Breaks Inside Chinese Mall

A 33 ton shark tank with a 15 centimeters (5.9-inch) thick acrylic glass broke inside Shanghai Orient Shopping Center in China. According to Gizmodo, 15 people were injured in this tragic accident on Wednesday, December 19th. Most of the people watching the tank were injured with deep cuts and bruises. Watch the video footage below as caught by the mall’s CCTV cameras.

Exclusive Look: Inside an iPad Factory

Rob Schmitz, Shanghai bureau chief for American Public Media’s Marketplace is the second reporter ever to visit the factory floor at Apple’s Chinese producer Foxconn. He gave a glimpse of his exclusive tour of the assembly line and the Foxconn facilities. Watch the video below. Via: Mashable