• Guangzhou/China/Beijing Tour Buildings /Skyscrapers Part 1

    70th Floor View Guangzhou/China/Beijing Tour Buildings /Skyscrapers Part 1

    published: 21 Mar 2016
  • China Zun Becomes Highest Building in Beijing

    The unfinished China Zun building became the highest skyscraper in Beijing on Thursday at 333 meters, dwarfing the nearby China World Trade Center Tower 3. Located in Beijing's Central Business District, also known as CBD, the building, constructed on a site of 11,478 square meters, will stand at a whopping 528 meters high with 108 floors and 7 underground stories. The façade features ultra-white glass and the elevators will be able to take visitors straight to the top floor at a staggering height of 524 meters. The building’s design was inspired by an ancient Chinese wine vessel, according to the CITIC Group, the building's developer. Zeng Yunping, the chief operating manager of the project, said many firsts have been made, such as a 500-meter elevator that only takes 10 seconds t...

    published: 20 Aug 2016
  • Beijing modern buildings

    So when visiting Beijing, especially if it's your first time, there are a few of jaw-dropping architectures you should include in your itinerary and experience appreciate this modern cosmopolitan city.

    published: 26 Sep 2013
  • Modern Beijing | National Capital, China | National Capital, People’s Republic of China

    Exclusive Video: "Beijing City View", Hebei Province, People's Republic of China, Asia, Earth. Founded: c. 723 b.c.; First Known as Beijing: 1421 Location: North China Plain Time Zone: 8 pm Chinese time=noon Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) Ethnic Composition: Han, 96.2% Elevation: 30–40 m (100–130 ft) Latitude and Longitude: 39°55'N, 166°25'E Coastline: None Climate : Continental monsoon climate in a temperate zone, with long winters and hot, rainy summers Annual Mean Temperature: 12°C (53°F); January–4°C (24°F); July 26°C (79°F) Average Annual Precipitation: 635 mm (25 in) Government: Centrally administered by the national government Weights and Measures: Metric system, with some use of traditional Chinese units Monetary Units: Yuan (also called kuai); Monetary system called Renminbi ("people'...

    published: 10 Aug 2015
  • Beijing worker risks his life to demolish part of a building

    Demolition crew in Beijing improvise to get their job done. I took this from my living room window. This demolition project is 200m away from the tallest building in Beijing in the heart of the CBD. As you will see the developer who has bought the land, Soho China, is knocking down the existing building while trying to save as much money as possible and with little regard to the safety of the workers. They need to get the job down as quick as they can with very few men and machines. The only way is to risk their lives ad as shown in this video.

    published: 02 Mar 2008
  • Shanghai Tower (650 meters)

    Today we will show you how to climb on second tallest building in the world. Shanghai Tower, China. Contacts: mail@ontheroofs.com Music: N'to - Trauma (Worakls Remix)

    published: 12 Feb 2014
  • CITIC Plaza- Zhongguo Zun- Beijing's 528m

    The CITIC Plaza Development will vastly modify Beijing's CBD by adding 13 new buildings and 1 supertall. This supertall is expected to be completed by 2017. LIKE my Facebook page for more info, pictures and updates! Music: Tobu- Infectious.

    published: 06 Oct 2015
  • Beijing New Airport Terminal Building by Zaha Hadid in Daxing, Beijing, China - 2019

    The number of Chinese tourists eager to travel the world has risen dramatically over the past few years, and Beijing International Airport is launching the world's biggest terminal to cope with the substantial increase. Hadid has collaborated with airport developers ADPI to create a six-tier concept which aims to decrease customer walking distances, and increase connectivity. Opening in 2018, the gigantic Terminal 1 will cover 7.5million-sq-ft, and is set to handle 45million passengers a year. Source Images: www.zaha-hadid.com

    published: 14 Apr 2016
  • Danwei TV - Big Buildings of Beijing

    Visit ctv186 channel on Youtube or http://www.ctv1-86.com/ for more media.

    published: 08 Dec 2012
  • China/Beijing (Skyscrapers in Beijing-CCTV Tower) Part 32

    Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Skyscrapers in Beijing: This list of tallest buildings in Beijing ranks skyscrapers in Beijing, the capital city of the People's Republic of China, by height. The tallest completed building in Beijing is currently the 81-storey China World Trade Centre Tower III at 330 metres (1,083 ft) tall. The second-tallest building in the city is the Fortune Plaza Office Building 1, which stands 260 metres (853 ft) tall with 63 stories.and the third-tallest is the Park Tower, standing at 250 m (820 ft), also containing 63 stories. The Park Tower is the tallest building out of the three-building Beijing ...

    published: 27 Feb 2017
  • Beijing completing possible South China Sea missile buildings

    A test of Donald Trump's hard line on the South China Sea. Two U.S. officials exclusively tell Reuters Beijing is almost finished building nearly two dozen structures on their artificial islands, and they look built to house weapons, likely long-range surface-to-air missiles. They say that would expand China's air defense umbrella over the islands. That begs the question of how President Trump will react. His administration calls this island building illegal. The officials say the buildings where China's already laid out military-length airstrips could be considered an military escalation. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson angered China last month after he said it should be stopped from building its South China Sea islands. He compared Beijing's island claims to Russia taking Cr...

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • Beijing modern architecture

    kk and scales talking about our new fav building in Beijing

    published: 05 Aug 2008
  • Beijing Architecture

    Unique buildings from the Olympic Park, IBM Building and Beijing Television Tower.

    published: 21 Aug 2012
  • Beijing Travel Guide - Forbidden City Documentary (Palace Museum) Part 1 "Secrets" HD

    Seat of supreme power for over five centuries (1420-1911), the Forbidden City in Beijing, with its landscaped gardens and many buildings, constitutes a priceless testimony to Chinese civilization during the Ming and Qing dynasties.

    published: 13 Sep 2014
  • Billionaire Zhang Xin: Building Beijing and Her Life (2017)

    An interview with self made billionaire real estate developer and CEO of Soho China, Zhang Xin. In this interview Zhang discusses her early life in China, moving to England and starting Soho China. Zhang also talks about her theory to building great buildings and US/China relations. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Real Estate Investor videos:⬇ Donald Trump On Making it in Business: http://bit.ly/DTVid Sam Zell: Becoming a Billionaire in Real Estate:http://bit.ly/SZVid1 Billionaire Sheldon Adelson: King of Casinos: http://bit.ly/SAVidIA Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 1:25 Your journey to success? 3:31 How did you know you could do it? (coming to England) 6:35 Why are there so many billi...

    published: 06 Aug 2017
  • Five Buildings in Beijing

    25 June 2008 - Washington Post Architecture Critic Philip Kennicott explores the forests of new buildings springing up in every corner of Beijing, from blue chip projects such as the CCTV tower to the workers' sheds that are probably the most common structure in the Chinese capital.(video by Travis Fox / washingtonpost.com. For more information about this or other videos, visit www.travisfox.com)

    published: 07 Jul 2008
Guangzhou/China/Beijing Tour Buildings /Skyscrapers Part 1

Guangzhou/China/Beijing Tour Buildings /Skyscrapers Part 1

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China Zun Becomes Highest Building in Beijing

China Zun Becomes Highest Building in Beijing

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The unfinished China Zun building became the highest skyscraper in Beijing on Thursday at 333 meters, dwarfing the nearby China World Trade Center Tower 3. Located in Beijing's Central Business District, also known as CBD, the building, constructed on a site of 11,478 square meters, will stand at a whopping 528 meters high with 108 floors and 7 underground stories. The façade features ultra-white glass and the elevators will be able to take visitors straight to the top floor at a staggering height of 524 meters. The building’s design was inspired by an ancient Chinese wine vessel, according to the CITIC Group, the building's developer. Zeng Yunping, the chief operating manager of the project, said many firsts have been made, such as a 500-meter elevator that only takes 10 seconds to reach the 28th floor. "So far, the China Zun project has 12 technological innovations, in particular, the intelligent construction equipment integration platform, which has been developed by us independently, has 14 patents, six of which are patents for invention. Experts have validated that this platform is of the finest in the world, and will be the key technology for China to build skyscrapers higher than 1,000 meters," said Zeng. The skyscraper will serve a variety of functions, such as an office building and a tourist destination, according to the group. The building's top floor will also function as a sightseeing platform and cafe, providing visitors with a panoramic view of the CBD. The project will cost an estimated 24 billion yuan (3.8 billion US dollars). Started in 2013, the China Zun building is scheduled to be completed in July 2017, and begin operation in October 2018. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160819/8030085.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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Beijing modern buildings

Beijing modern buildings

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So when visiting Beijing, especially if it's your first time, there are a few of jaw-dropping architectures you should include in your itinerary and experience appreciate this modern cosmopolitan city.
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Modern Beijing | National Capital, China | National Capital, People’s Republic of China

Modern Beijing | National Capital, China | National Capital, People’s Republic of China

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Exclusive Video: "Beijing City View", Hebei Province, People's Republic of China, Asia, Earth. Founded: c. 723 b.c.; First Known as Beijing: 1421 Location: North China Plain Time Zone: 8 pm Chinese time=noon Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) Ethnic Composition: Han, 96.2% Elevation: 30–40 m (100–130 ft) Latitude and Longitude: 39°55'N, 166°25'E Coastline: None Climate : Continental monsoon climate in a temperate zone, with long winters and hot, rainy summers Annual Mean Temperature: 12°C (53°F); January–4°C (24°F); July 26°C (79°F) Average Annual Precipitation: 635 mm (25 in) Government: Centrally administered by the national government Weights and Measures: Metric system, with some use of traditional Chinese units Monetary Units: Yuan (also called kuai); Monetary system called Renminbi ("people's currency") (abbreviation: Rmb) Telephone Area Codes: 10 (Beijing area code); 86 (China country code) 1. Introduction Located on the North China Plain in the north-central part of the country, Beijing (also known as Peking) is the capital of the People's Republic of China and its second-largest city. As the political and cultural center of one of the world's largest and oldest countries almost continuously for nearly 800 years, Beijing has had a colorful and fascinating history, from its days as the aristocratic imperial "center of the world" to revolution, foreign occupation, and civil war in the twentieth century. During the last two decades of the twentieth century, Beijing was transformed yet again, as the economic liberalization and modernization of the post-Mao Zedong era turned the formerly austere Communist capital into a bustling commercial metropolis and tourist center and home to a thriving consumer economy. (Mao Zedong, 1893–1976, was the founder of the People's Republic of China and ruled from 1949 to 1959, but he remained chairman of the politburo until his death.) 2. Getting There: Beijing is situated in the southern part of the North China Plain, with the Taihang and Yanshan mountains to the north and west and a flat plain to the southeast, leading to the Bohai Sea, where the five rivers that run through the city come together and empty out. About two-thirds of the city's total land area is hilly. Highways: Highways radiate outward in all directions from Beijing: northeast to Chengdo; eastward to Tangshan; southeast to Tanggu and Tianjin; southward to Hengshui, Baoding, and Shijiazhuang; southwest to Laiyuan; and northwest to Zhangliahou. Bus and Railroad Service: Trains are the most commonly used mode of passenger transportation in China, and Beijing is the nation's rail hub, serving as the terminus for many rail lines. Service is provided between Beijing and all Chinese provinces except Tibet. Beijing has four main train stations, of which the largest is the recently built West station in the southwest part of the city. Nearly every city in China, as well as many towns, can be reached from Beijing by train. Long-distance bus service is used primarily to travel between Beijing and its suburbs, or to nearby cities. However, some bus lines travel as far as Shanghai or Qungdao. Airports: Beijing Capital Airport, located about 30 kilometers (19 miles) northwest of the central city, is China's major international airport. Its domestic and international terminals are located in the same building, with a new international terminal under construction. Scheduled flights connect Beijing with Shanghai, Canton, and all other major Chinese cities and tourist sites. There are direct flights to many international capitals, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Rome, Tokyo, and Berlin. Nanyuan Airport, south of Beijing, is used for domestic flights. Beijing Population Profile City Proper Population: 6–8 million Area: 750 sq km (290 sq mi) Nicknames: The Celestial City, The Northern Capital, The Center of the World Metropolitan Area Population: 12,033,000 Description: Beijing Administrative Zone, which includes the city and its outskirt Area: 16,800 sq km (6,486 sq mi) World population rank 1: 12 Percentage of national population 2: 0.9% Average yearly growth rate: 1.3% Ethnic composition: 96.2% Han; 3.8% Manchu, Mongolian, Hui, and 52 other groups ——— Recomended Websites: http://www.china.org.cn/ http://www.china.org.cn/AcrossCountry/Beijing_w/beijing/indexe.htm Beijing Travel: http://www.chinatravel.com/beijing-travel/ Beijing Travel Guide: http://www.chinahighlights.com/beijing/ Voyage Pékin: http://www.voyageschine.com/pékin-voyage/ (Licence de Tourisme: L-GX-GJ00003) Government Offices Tourist and Convention Bureaus China International Travel Service (CITS) 103 Fu Xing Men Nei Dajie Beijing 100800 China Travel Service (CTS) Beijing Tourist Building 28 Jianguomenwai Dajie, 100022 State Bureau of Tourism Jie 3 Jian Guo Men Nei Dajie Beijing 100740 ***[Video Credit: China Central Television]
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Beijing worker risks his life to demolish part of a building

Beijing worker risks his life to demolish part of a building

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Demolition crew in Beijing improvise to get their job done. I took this from my living room window. This demolition project is 200m away from the tallest building in Beijing in the heart of the CBD. As you will see the developer who has bought the land, Soho China, is knocking down the existing building while trying to save as much money as possible and with little regard to the safety of the workers. They need to get the job down as quick as they can with very few men and machines. The only way is to risk their lives ad as shown in this video.
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Shanghai Tower (650 meters)

Shanghai Tower (650 meters)

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Today we will show you how to climb on second tallest building in the world. Shanghai Tower, China. Contacts: mail@ontheroofs.com Music: N'to - Trauma (Worakls Remix)
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CITIC Plaza- Zhongguo Zun- Beijing's 528m

CITIC Plaza- Zhongguo Zun- Beijing's 528m

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The CITIC Plaza Development will vastly modify Beijing's CBD by adding 13 new buildings and 1 supertall. This supertall is expected to be completed by 2017. LIKE my Facebook page for more info, pictures and updates! Music: Tobu- Infectious.
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Beijing New Airport Terminal Building by Zaha Hadid in Daxing, Beijing, China - 2019

Beijing New Airport Terminal Building by Zaha Hadid in Daxing, Beijing, China - 2019

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The number of Chinese tourists eager to travel the world has risen dramatically over the past few years, and Beijing International Airport is launching the world's biggest terminal to cope with the substantial increase. Hadid has collaborated with airport developers ADPI to create a six-tier concept which aims to decrease customer walking distances, and increase connectivity. Opening in 2018, the gigantic Terminal 1 will cover 7.5million-sq-ft, and is set to handle 45million passengers a year. Source Images: www.zaha-hadid.com
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Danwei TV - Big Buildings of Beijing

Danwei TV - Big Buildings of Beijing

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Visit ctv186 channel on Youtube or http://www.ctv1-86.com/ for more media.
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China/Beijing (Skyscrapers in Beijing-CCTV Tower) Part 32

China/Beijing (Skyscrapers in Beijing-CCTV Tower) Part 32

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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Skyscrapers in Beijing: This list of tallest buildings in Beijing ranks skyscrapers in Beijing, the capital city of the People's Republic of China, by height. The tallest completed building in Beijing is currently the 81-storey China World Trade Centre Tower III at 330 metres (1,083 ft) tall. The second-tallest building in the city is the Fortune Plaza Office Building 1, which stands 260 metres (853 ft) tall with 63 stories.and the third-tallest is the Park Tower, standing at 250 m (820 ft), also containing 63 stories. The Park Tower is the tallest building out of the three-building Beijing Yintai Centre, which includes two adjoining 186 m (610 ft), 42-storey skyscrapers. The history of skyscrapers in Beijing began in 1959 with the completion of the National Minority Hotel.Beijing's skyline gradually expanded upward at a modest rate for three decades. The completion of the China World Trade Center Tower 1 in 1989 marked the beginning of Beijing's first building boom that lasted ten years. During this time period, four skyscrapers taller than 150 m (492 ft) were completed, including the 208 m (682 ft) Jing Guang Centre, which stood as the tallest building in Beijing from 19902006. A second, much larger boom began in 2004 and continues into the present, where twelve skyscrapers taller than 150 m (492 ft) were finished. Many of the skyscrapers completed during both building booms are located in Chaoyang District, including the Beijing TV Centre, Park Tower and Fortune Plaza Office Building 1, all of which served as the tallest building in the city for a time.As of December 2008, there are 895 completed highrise buildings in Beijing. Another famous project in the city is the 234 m (768 ft), 51-storey CCTV Headquarters building, nicknamed "Big Shorts". The skyscraper is not a traditional tower, but a continuous loop of five horizontal and vertical sections, creating an irregular grid on the building’s facade with an open center. With 389,079 square metres (4,188,010 sq ft) of office space, the skyscraper will become the largest office building in China and the second-largest in the world, after the Pentagon. As of December 2008, there 45 projects under construction and proposed in Beijing.Wikipedia
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Beijing completing possible South China Sea missile buildings

Beijing completing possible South China Sea missile buildings

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A test of Donald Trump's hard line on the South China Sea. Two U.S. officials exclusively tell Reuters Beijing is almost finished building nearly two dozen structures on their artificial islands, and they look built to house weapons, likely long-range surface-to-air missiles. They say that would expand China's air defense umbrella over the islands. That begs the question of how President Trump will react. His administration calls this island building illegal. The officials say the buildings where China's already laid out military-length airstrips could be considered an military escalation. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson angered China last month after he said it should be stopped from building its South China Sea islands. He compared Beijing's island claims to Russia taking Crimea from Ukraine. Since then both Tillerson and Trump have walked back their language with Trump even pledging to honor the U.S. "One China" policy this month in a phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Officials said the new structures don't pose a significant threat to American forces in the region- given how visible and vulnerable they are. They say instead, it appears to be a political test of the waters to see how far Trump will go. Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
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Beijing modern architecture

Beijing modern architecture

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kk and scales talking about our new fav building in Beijing
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Beijing Architecture

Beijing Architecture

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Beijing Travel Guide - Forbidden City Documentary (Palace Museum) Part 1 "Secrets" HD

Beijing Travel Guide - Forbidden City Documentary (Palace Museum) Part 1 "Secrets" HD

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Seat of supreme power for over five centuries (1420-1911), the Forbidden City in Beijing, with its landscaped gardens and many buildings, constitutes a priceless testimony to Chinese civilization during the Ming and Qing dynasties.
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Billionaire Zhang Xin: Building Beijing and Her Life (2017)

Billionaire Zhang Xin: Building Beijing and Her Life (2017)

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An interview with self made billionaire real estate developer and CEO of Soho China, Zhang Xin. In this interview Zhang discusses her early life in China, moving to England and starting Soho China. Zhang also talks about her theory to building great buildings and US/China relations. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Real Estate Investor videos:⬇ Donald Trump On Making it in Business: http://bit.ly/DTVid Sam Zell: Becoming a Billionaire in Real Estate:http://bit.ly/SZVid1 Billionaire Sheldon Adelson: King of Casinos: http://bit.ly/SAVidIA Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 1:25 Your journey to success? 3:31 How did you know you could do it? (coming to England) 6:35 Why are there so many billionaire chinese women? 7:51 Encouraged by your mother? 8:36 Theory for building great buildings? 12:05 Zaha Hadid 13:54 Would you invest in US and China real estate today? 15:32 Will global real estate collapse? 16:00 Relations between US and China 18:41 Are you optimistic about this relationship? Interview Date: 6th April, 2017 Event: Women in the World Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/ZXinPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
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Five Buildings in Beijing

Five Buildings in Beijing

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25 June 2008 - Washington Post Architecture Critic Philip Kennicott explores the forests of new buildings springing up in every corner of Beijing, from blue chip projects such as the CCTV tower to the workers' sheds that are probably the most common structure in the Chinese capital.(video by Travis Fox / washingtonpost.com. For more information about this or other videos, visit www.travisfox.com)
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