Changzhou Dinosaur Park

Changzhou Dinosaur Park

Pagode du temple de Tianning

Pagode du temple de Tianning

The world's largest no-spoke ferris wheel is under construction in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China  Picture: Imaginechina / Rex Features

Pictures of the day: 3 January 2013

The world's largest no-spoke ferris wheel is under construction in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, China Picture: Imaginechina / Rex Features

Interesting Bus-Stops around the World | Changzhou China

Interesting Bus-Stops around the World | Changzhou China

Red hot rolled steel on the production line at Zhong Tian Steel Group on May 13, 2016 in Changzhou, China.

Images of China's Steel Industry

Red hot rolled steel on the production line at Zhong Tian Steel Group on May 13, 2016 in Changzhou, China.

World Joyland Theme Park – Changzhou, China

World Joyland Theme Park – Changzhou, China

Changzhou, China World Joyland Theme Park This incredible Chinese theme park may be the largest bootleg in history

Changzhou, China World Joyland Theme Park This incredible Chinese theme park may be the largest bootleg in history

Meubles en bois de chambre à coucher de meubles de chêne de salle de séjour bâti antique/moderne en bois solide –Meubles en bois de chambre à coucher de meubles de chêne de salle de séjour bâti antique/moderne en bois solide fournis par Changzhou Junhua Furniture Co., Ltd. pour les francophonies

Meubles en bois de chambre à coucher de meubles de chêne de salle de séjour bâti antique/moderne en bois solide –Meubles en bois de chambre à coucher de meubles de chêne de salle de séjour bâti antique/moderne en bois solide fournis par Changzhou Junhua Furniture Co., Ltd. pour les francophonies

Photos & Videos | Traders Fudu Hotel Changzhou

Photos & Videos | Traders Fudu Hotel Changzhou

Changzhou has recently been named one of 12 ghost cities in China by the China Youth Daily, which is a rather unbecoming label for a city that has a 2,500 year history.

Changzhou has recently been named one of 12 ghost cities in China by the China Youth Daily, which is a rather unbecoming label for a city that has a 2,500 year history.

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