Red Numbers throughout the rooftops in Los Angeles. There are so incredibly many of them. Most of them are 10's, followed by 12's. There is one 9.5 which is really weird. If I missed any, which I probably did, tell me or add a comment. Considering the vast number of heliports around these spots, and because they are all on roofs, I'm guessing these numbers have sumthing to do with helicopt...
1. Taipei 101, Taiwan
2. Petronas Towers, Malaysia
3. Sears Tower, USA
4. Jin Mao Tower, China
5. Two International Finance Centre, China
6. CITIC Plaza, China
7. Shun Hing Square, China
8. Empire State Building, USA
9. Central Plaza, China
10. Bank of China, China
My favorite hotel in Shanghai, China, the Pujiang Hotel, a huge old five story very elegant Victorian building across the street from the Russian embassy and just a few blocks from the center of Shanghai which is called The Bund. $6. a night per person.
Kashgar Airport Xinjiang, China
Golmud Airport Qinhai, China
Korla Airport Xinjiang, China
Xining Airport Qinhai, China
Hami Airport Xinjiang, China
Hotan Airport Xinjiang, china
Urumchi Airport Xinjiang, China
The National Museum of China flanks the eastern side of Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China. The mission of the museum is to educate about the arts and history of China. It is directed by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China.
It will be the greatest museum in the world after expanding construction in 2007.