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Nanjingers watch World Cup on 600-year-old wall

Where would you choose to enjoy a football match during this year’s World Cup? At home? A bar? 

Citizens in Nanjing City, in Jiangsu Province have a unique option. This year, they can watch the games on a section of the city’s ancient wall, which is over 600-hundred years.

The projection screen, around 900 square meters, is believed to be the biggest screen in the nation for a football match display, according to a report by China.com.cn.

The big screen is located in the city’s Laomendong District. It will broadcast one match live and one recorded match on each day of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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“Human Pyramid”! Stunning aerial dance lights up the Youth Olympics Games!

This is not an imitation Eiffel Tower, nor any Pyramid-shaped building. Those are all people forming a “Human Pyramid” at the opening ceremony of the 2014 summer Youth Olympics Games!

An aerial Kungfu dance show, named ‘Building the Dream’ has become the highlight of the opening ceremony of the Youth Olympics Games in Nanjing, capital of China’s Jiangsu Province.

Equipped with wires, the 500 teenage performers were lifted into the air to create different incredible shapes, accompanied by lights and music.