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Seems to be missing the pollution cloud bricks?
200 grey pieces should be enough to get started
Certainly not enough for Sydney
doesn't need one in Sydney
Sydney also requires some burning bush fire/smoke bricks. :)
a bogan never been to Shanghai?
Been there 3 times for work over the past couple of years, safe to say im in no rush to go back.
I go there regularly. It’s been a rare occasion when I can clearly see the buildings on the other side of the Huangpu without haze.
A touchy Chinese who can't handle legitimate criticism?
Wait, not odd, I mean utterly predictable.
Sydneysiders have got natural smoke to match already
Sydney needs more
cleaner air than sydney and canberra
At least the Sydney situation is hopefully temporary.
At least until the climate heats up even further.
Yeah and more to the point, the Sydney situation is extremely localised, with AQI scores between outer suburbs and inner suburbs varying by a few hundred points
Unlike China for example, where huge swaths of the country (some areas the size of European countries) are permanently blanketed with unsafe air pollution levels from dawn to dusk, 24/7/365 for the past decade or more.
The two on the very left (red black) what are they doesn't look nice at all…. Doesn't resemble anything….
Some sort of temples.
It's like 4 or 5 bricks on top of each other that's it?
it does resemble the temple in chenghuangmiao.
err.. i still can't see the resemblance :(
Who'd have thought that a $54 mini Lego kit wouldn't be an exact replica of every detail in Shanghai city……
Chenghuang Miao Temple
Widely considered to be the most authentic temple in Shanghai, it has stood in place since the 15th century.
Made from brick and wood in 977 AD, the increasingly fragile Pagoda is now closed and can only be admired from afar.