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The Chongqing Days: A 13-Storey Pedestrian Bridge?

Getting there: Take the CRT subway to Jiaochankou or Xiaoshizi. From Jiaochankou Exit 4:  Cross the road and turn left. continue on the right side of the road until you come to the sign pictured below. Turn Right. From Xiaoshizi… Continue Reading →

The Chongqing Days: A Sunny Day in Guanyinqiao

I had read it many times before ever arriving; Chongqing was notorious for its grey skies.  Optimists attribute this to the city’s surrounding mountains trapping the humidity and clouds overhead.  More cynical folks brush it off as constant pollution.  In… Continue Reading →

The Chongqing Days: World’s Longest Escalator?

Several months ago, I read a vague claim that Chongqing was home to the longest escalator in the world.  An obscure claim to fame to be sure, but quirky enough to look into.  Further research told me it was located… Continue Reading →

The Chongqing Days: People’s Great Hall, People’s Spitting Ground

The act of spitting is commonplace in China. Easily within your first 24 hours anywhere in the country, you’ll hear the noise of someone loudly collecting every drop of available moisture in their mouth and throat before forcibly expelling it… Continue Reading →

The Chongqing Days: Jialing Park and its Oddly Deep Mistranslated Signs

Green space is an uncommon sight inside the city of Chongqing.  Despite being a city built on rocky and hilly terrain, it has adapted with stairs up cliffs, 13-storey pedestrian walkways, and tunnels everywhere.  With all this odd construction in… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #30: Trespassing…For Science

 Tresspassing…For Science | Middle Savagery “This is a uniquely urban solution, as I realize that many sites are out in underpopulated landscapes. Sadly, most buildings are closed off to the public, even more so if you have a camera. Ideally… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #6: Exploration of an Abandoned Skyscraper in Bangkok: The Sathorn Unique Building

Exploration of an Abandoned Skyscraper in Bangkok: The Sathorn Unique Building “This has been one of the most crazy things I’ve ever done: I got lost in a haunted 49-floor tower, downtown of Bangkok. Insanity is sometimes the best state of… Continue Reading →

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