The High Life: Inside Hong Kong's Rooftop Slums

Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- For a city like Hong Kong, every inch of space is valuable. That's why some locals are using rooftop areas to create business opportunities and living spaces. David Ingles takes us inside Hong Kong's illegal rooftop shanties. (Source: Bloomberg)
How to Build the World's 2nd-Biggest Tower
40:41 - (Bloomberg) - China's tallest building, the Shanghai Tower, will open to the public this summer. The tower is 632 metres high, making it the second tallest building in the world.
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