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alex

uhh... how could you possibly talk about china's superlatives and not talk about THE GREAT WALL???

Ben

At first glance, that picture looked like a close-up of a floppy-drive or other ribbon cable connected to a circuit board, right down to the "wire connections" at the top of the dam.

Richard

The tallest building in the world, Taipei 101, is in Taipei, Taiwan and is not in China.

Evan Sherman

The entry doesn't say that Taipei 101 is in China. It says the chinese are building a structure to rival Taipei 101.

Rkitekt

Taipei 101 is not the tallest building in the world, that is now held by the soon to be completed Burg Dubi. And if you want to talk size, Canadas James Bay Hydroelectic dam system makes the 3 Gorges environmental impact look like a beaver dam

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I can't believe how much of this I just wasn't aware of. Thank you for bringing more information to this topic for me. I'm truly grateful and really impressed.

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