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Chinese Counterfeit World Famous Landmarks     [Copy link] 中文

Post time 2014-5-26 12:33:25 |Display all floors
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Post time 2014-5-26 14:21:01 |Display all floors
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Counterfeit is the WRONG word.
REPLICA should have been used!

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Post time 2014-5-26 14:25:56 |Display all floors
So what's wrong and illegal in replicating the famous statues/buildings of the world?

The Yankee theme parks has thousands of world famous landmark replica, and the Americans are profiting and making billions from their counterfeits. On the other hand, China's world replications are free to all to admire.
Chinese people should be proud of the replica builders.

Pulling them down would be a criminal offence.

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Post time 2014-5-26 14:30:41 |Display all floors
The Sphinx replica is absolutely brilliant.......... and is far better than the original one (which is crumpling and will turn to sand grains within decades) in the hot sandy desert of Egypt. In fact, Chinese people are in fact the preservers of historic artefacts by this act of replicating the world heritage monuments, in the safe land of China.

Well done you Chinese artist/builders, we are all very proud of you.

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Post time 2014-5-26 14:46:22 |Display all floors
The Sphinx and Pyramids are 4000 years old, the models made in China will last maybe 20 years.
I'm just here for the money

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Post time 2014-5-26 17:16:08 |Display all floors
This post was edited by CDBetty at 2014-5-26 23:25

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Post time 2014-5-26 22:08:42 |Display all floors
Is it that Chinese plagiarize Egyptian heritage? We are sure that today Chinese are eager for quick success and immediate profits. Renminbi can make it but cannot make real art and masterpiece. Meanwhile, we lose the respect of the world.

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