People are no longer on their way to see their ward councilman about problems in their city. Call it what you will – dysfunctional government, ease of use, finding a voice, etc – but regardless of the reason, commuters are much more connected to the rest of the world than they ever have been before. […]
This is amazing. The prospect of a project being approved by a city council, then fully built and implemented by the next council meeting is just wild in every regard.
If there was any question as to how China would populate the wilderness stretching between their southern mega city, we now have the answer. Hotels and/or apartment buildings like this one appearing overnight is yet another symbol of China’s booming economy and push towards modernization.
This is the world we live in, and I am amazed at how quickly urban change can now be a reality. Check out the full story at the Singulatiry Hub.
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