A screenshot of a video clip. A short video clip recently attracted several online viewers shocked by the intelligence of Chinese ancestors in building wonderful architecture, such as the Forbidden City. A miniature version of the Forbidden City building could still stay standing in a 10.1 simulated magnitude earthquake, according to the clip that was part of a television documentary from Channel 4 of Britain called Secrets of China's Forbidden City. British experts said in the clip that the freestanding columns and flexible roof structure would help the building survive an earthquake, but the brick walls could not. A screenshot of a video clip. The documentary also attracted lots of foreign viewers as they praised the architecture. Pat Forster, a Facebook user, said in a post that to have the skill to come up with such an amazing design without any of the equipment we take for granted today deserves great respect. Another internet user Jeemar Perillo Kenneth Lim, said this is an architectural work of art. Karen Tien Kay Lucy said that maybe it's time to visit the Forbidden City. custom fidget spinners
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SEOUL -- Polls began early Tuesday nationwide to pick new president of the Republic of Korea (ROK) in an earlier-than-usual by-election, which was caused by the removal of former President Park Geun-hye from office in March over corruption allegations. The election to select the country's next president will last from 6 a.m. local time (2100 GMT Monday) to 8 p.m. (1100 GMT Tuesday) at 13,964 polling stations across the country. The voting was extended by two hours compared with the 2012 presidential election to allow more people to join the momentous election for the country. Hopes for the transfer of presidential power exploded with the influence-peddling scandal embroiling Park, which led to her impeachment and arrest, and the subsequent downfall of the conservative bloc. The early voting, which was introduced in 2013 and first applied to this year's presidential race, attracted a record turnout of over 11 million, or 26 percent of the electorate. The high rate reflected a great public interest in the election to pick Park's replacement.
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