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Les manuels scolaires en Chine prêchent l’homophobie

Les manuels scolaires en Chine prêchent l’homophobie | 16s3d: Bestioles, opinions & pétitions | Scoop.it
Une étudiante chinoise se bat contre tout un système pour les faire retirer. Montrez qu’elle n’est pas seule.
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Signé!

Même si je doute que la Chine soit sensible aux pétitions...
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Un air de raie manta

Un air de raie manta | 16s3d: Bestioles, opinions & pétitions | Scoop.it
Le nouveau terminal de l'aéroport international chinois, Bao'an de Shenzhen, est opérationnel depuis le 28 Novembre dernier. Premier aéroport réalisé par les archite

Via Les Gentils PariZiens
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Belle interprétation d'un grand classique de l'architecture: l'aéroport. En espérant que le bâtiment vieillisse bien...

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L'occasion rêvée de sauver le Tibet?

L'occasion rêvée de sauver le Tibet? | 16s3d: Bestioles, opinions & pétitions | Scoop.it
La Chine voudrait que la communauté internationale ferme les yeux sur les violences qu'elle commet au Tibet. Mais aujourd'hui elle a besoin de ses voix pour être élue au Conseil des droits de l'Homme de l'ONU.
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Pétition de soutien aux Tibetains

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20 Unbelievable Photos Of Pollution In China

20 Unbelievable Photos Of Pollution In China | 16s3d: Bestioles, opinions & pétitions | Scoop.it
When you take a look at the pictures below, you can begin to understand how China is one of those places where 16,000 dead pigs can be found floating down the river.
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La Chine: usine et poubelle du monde!!!

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La “Chindiafrique”, clé de la globalisation à venir

La “Chindiafrique”, clé de la globalisation à venir | 16s3d: Bestioles, opinions & pétitions | Scoop.it
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Chine, Inde, Afrique: futur axe majeur du commerce mondial?

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Taiwan Skyscraper's Facade Covered in Thousands of Wind Turbines

Taiwan Skyscraper's Facade Covered in Thousands of Wind Turbines | 16s3d: Bestioles, opinions & pétitions | Scoop.it

Beijing-based Decode Urbanism Office has designed a 1,150 foot (350m) skyscraper located in Taichung City, Taiwan, to house the city’s Department of Urban Development, commercial concerns, museums, retail areas and exhibitions spaces. 


The building’s design was inspired by the plum blossom, the national flower of China and Taiwan. The building’s twisting and turning structure is intended to evoke the experience of plum blossoms bursting into bloom.

To do so, the facade has thousands of small diamond shaped wind turbines, which produce enough energy to power the building. These wind generators are set into the facade grid, oscillating as wind skirts the building.



Via Lauren Moss
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Quid de la vue sur l'extérieur et du bruit à l'intérieur, avec toutes ses turbines en façade.

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Lola Ripollés's curator insight, October 13, 2013 2:25 PM

Qué os parece una fachada compuesta por miles de pequeñas turbinas que generan  energía para el consumo del edificio?

Un propuesta de belleza orgánica y filosofía sostenible para esta torre de Taichung City, en Taiwan,

JMS1kiddz's curator insight, October 15, 2013 10:42 AM

new and innovative way to produce power for an entire building. The source of energy is embedded in the architecture. - Madi Chaput

JMS1kiddz's curator insight, October 16, 2013 7:17 AM

Yet again another environmentally friendly design. This building has been designed to generate its own energy and power LED lighting throughout the building. This is done through the power of wind turbines which the building is completely surrounded by. It is becoming the newest trend in design to create buildings and structures that are helpful to the environment.

-Heather Leigh Arends