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6-Year-Old Girl Miraculously Escapes Death After Falling 26 Floors From Apartment Building

A 6-year-old girl from Chongqing, China has miraculously escaped the hands of death with only minor injuries after falling from the 26th floor of an apartment building in the city.

The incident, which was captured on surveillance camera, shows the girl falling from the high rise and crashing through what seems to be a fiberglass roof of a parking area before eventually landing on the ground, according to Shanghaiist.

Exchange Student Finds $15,000 Worth of Hidden Treasures in His New Apartment in China

A young man from New Mexico was in for a big surprise when he discovered a Chinese treasure box worth thousands inside one of the wall cabinets at his new apartment in eastern China.

Kendal Fortson, a composer and painter, recently moved into his girlfriend’s apartment in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, where he recorded the event in a video that he planned to send to his parents.

Train in China Literally Goes Through an Apartment Building Everyday

An apartment block in the central Chinese city of Chongqing may look like your typical residential building, but it has a unique feature that literally sticks out.

For more than a decade now, trains have been passing through the building and it seems the structure has been working quite well for the residents. According to the builders, the creation of the railway line through the block was unavoidable, Mashable reports.

This $1,800/Month Apartment Lease Will Let You Live All Around the World

A new startup is offering an apartment lease that will allow those who take it on to live around the world.

Roam considers itself the first global co-living provider with spaces in Ubud, Bali and Miami and Madrid by the end of May. The company is targeting location-independent professionals and travelers who are interested in a communal living space abroad where they are able to live comfortably and get work done.

Check Out the New Luxury Koreatown High-Rise that Sold for $283 Million

L.A.’s Koreatown is on the come up this year after having been a part of one of California’s biggest real estate transactions of 2014.

The Vermont, located at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue, was bought by Capri Capital Partner’s Chairman Quintin E. Primo III and Vice Chairman Ken Lombard. The high-rise was built by Snyder Co. for about $200 million dollars. The apartment complex sold for $283 million, which is actually a pretty good deal considering one of the most expensive penthouses in the world was $237 million dollars by itself.