Wind rips open Beijing’s terminal roof|Society|chinadaily.com.cn – BEIJING – The building of the third terminal (T3) at the Beijing Capital International Airport had part of its roof ripped open by a strong wind on Tuesday night, the second time in a year, leading to increasing doubts on the landmark building's resilience.
China’s Wild West – By Megha Rajagopalan | Foreign Policy – A two-hour drive north of Beijing's oppressive smog and colorless high-rises, the town provides a surreal sense of escape. Jackson Hole, whose Chinese name literally translates to "Hometown U.S.A.," now consists of about 900 single-family homes with working fireplaces, wooden facades and landscaped footpaths. Still under construction is a primarily commercial section dubbed Teton Village, which will include a stage for cowboy stunt shows, a gold-panning area for children, and even a church. The resort's website shows images of all three, set to a lively banjo soundtrack.