One woman in China proposed to her boyfriend by displaying her proposal on 900 taxis.
The message, which was displayed prominently on the luminous taxi top signs read "Zhang Jian Feng, I want to marry you, do you dare to marry me?"
The woman paid the taxi firm over $1400 to get its entire fleet of taxis to display the message from 5-7pm on Thursday last week.
And if you're wondering, he said yes.
Most netizens were left swooning over the proposal. Read more...More about Wedding Proposal, Taxi, China, and Watercooler
Airbnb's Chinese name is Aibiying, meaning to "welcome each other with love."
The company also announced on Tuesday it's bringing Trips to Shanghai.
Trips is an Airbnb feature which allows users to find and book local tours and activities while on holiday. It has recently launched in several Asian cities including Delhi, Singapore and Bangkok.
Some of the activities in Shanghai include dough sculpturing and local cooking classes. Read more...More about Trips, Airbnb, China, and Business'>
All the same, the building's design seems to work remarkably well in mountainous and dense Chongqing, where builders say it was necessary to have the train go through the block.
The train reportedly runs on rubber tyres with air suspension units, and produce a mere 75.8 decibels of sound — 10 dB above a normal conversation. Read more...More about Urban Planning, Trains, China, and World'>
Local NGO SayTrees has set up the city's first organic garden on one of the pillars of a popular flyover.
Over 3,500 saplings from 10 different species have already been planted, according to a Facebook post by SayTrees. The organisation aims to cover all pillars of this 9-kilometer (5.5 miles) long flyover with such creatively designed green patches.
Vertical gardens not only beautify a city and improve biodiversity but also check pollution, reduce smog, act as sound barriers and improve foot traffic. Read more...More about Bangalore, China, India, Conservation, and Organic'>