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Chongqing Municipality, Sichuan Province.

Chongqing in the evening April 2014.
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Aedas-Designed Chongqing Project Mimics a Rolled Book Scroll

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In Southwest China, Chongqing's 30 million residents live in high-density quarters. The heart of the city lies in the Yuzhong District on a skyscraper-filled peninsula that often draws comparisons to Manhattan. This is where a 286-metre tower, recently unveiled by Aedas, would be positioned.
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Man, that smog isn't doing anyone any favours, although it does make lovely sunsets.
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