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  1. Huoshan Dao Airport

    The economy of Huoshan is booming. It outwardly looks like this strange British venture into the Chinese mainland has been a success! The main issue at the moment is that there is still no airport serving the island which has a population of over 500,000. Space is limited and density is high. The authorities are looking at some extensive land reclamation projects to allow them to build and airport. A progress update on the island: Welcome to the new airport: The completed land reclamation: Several years of construction and the airport is born. It has not come without its problems though. An increase in noise pollution has driven down the land value near the airport - some are happy about this as it makes homes more affordable! Elsewhere on the island we can see that land in the hills is being sold off for more suburban style homes: The shoreline of the island remains very dense:
  2. Shuangzidao County (Twin Islands County) Shuangzidao is a mysterious unexplored area in northeastern China. It was discovered in 2017 by an English explorer who could not understand how such a huge part of a country could go undiscovered! For some reason the Chinese officials had no interest in claiming the territory even though it was on their doorstep – so it came under English rule almost instantly (If only the real world were this simple.) Follow this CJ to find out how a remote English outpost on the Chinese mainland turned from a set of uninhabited islands to a massive metropolis. It all starts with the volcanic island of Huoshan… To begin with, the harbour and port facilities were laid out: The government buildings were built and roads laid out before the development could begin:
  3. Novais

    From the album Metropolis

    Novais an smart city
  4. From the album Hall of Fame

    3rd Place entry from Ancient Civilizations (S3-14-M) Monthly 44 Rep 12 Bonus Points 50 TOTAL Points Challenge Results Data | Leaderboard Rankings A section of the Great Wall of China, freshly built during the Han dynasty (206 B.C. - 220 A.D.). This picture offers a glimpse into the past, as much of the wall has fallen into disrepair and the pagodas are long gone. --- Also, these are all in game models. Models were imported into 3dsmax, rendered, and placed onto either overhanging lots (wall sections) or into an MMP (pagodas). Pagodas can be downloaded here and Great Wall sections downloaded here (this is just one example of his work, there's plenty more.)

    © 2016 korver

  5. Advice | How to build a Chinese city I've been playing SC4 for a very very like time, I got it for my 13th birthday, and I'm now 26! 99% of what I may is a hybrid between US And British styles, but I've never tried anything different. I've been looking at a lot of big Chinese cities and want to have a go. I know my custom content will all need changing, but other than just changing the building style, what else can be done? Are there any CJs which follow a chinese style city? I want to make a modern style city etc.
  6. To all mods: Feel free to move this thread to another section or pin it if you think it's interesting. Anyone who's interested in using street view and Google Earth might have figured out China is a tough location to find any information about. China doesn't allow to use any Google related programmes or tools and, therefore, Streetview and Bird's eye views or only rarely available. However, China has their own software to discover their land: Baidu search engine: Chinas most used search engine and comparable with Google. Can be used as a good ressource to fins information about any building as long as searching for them in Chinese. Tencent Maps: Tencent maps offers basically the same as Google Maps. Political, physical maps and satelite shots of most parts of the country including Street View in all major and many minor cities. Also, it offers a large database of building names in Chinese plus their adresses making it easy to get more pictures of it when searching through Baidu. Edushi: Edushi has a large library of cities available from bird's eye view. It also has acces to every building in the maps giving the name and the address making it easy to get further information. To acces the cities, the easiest way is to replace Anyang by any other city in China which offers that mode. If it doesn't. you will get a traffic map of the city. The cities available are: Anyang, Baotou, Beijing, Changchun, Changsha, Chaozhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Danyang, Fushun, Fuyang, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Guilin, Hangzhou, Hefei, Huizhou, Jiaxing, Jinan, Jingzhou, Jinhua, Jining, Jiujiang, Lijiang, Linfen, Lishui, Liuzhou, Nanchang, Nanchong, Nanjing, Nantong, Ningbo, Putian, Puyang, Qingdao, Qinhuangdao, Quanzhou, Rizhao, Shanghai, Shaoxing, Shenzhen (insert sz), Shijiazhuang, Suzhou, Taixing, Taizhou (Jiangsu), Tianjin, Weihai, Wuhan, Wuhu, Xian, Xiamen, Xinxiang, Yangzhou, Yinchuan, Yingkou, Yiwu, Zhengzhou, Zhuji, Zibo. Just some hot tips in case any of you batters are planning to dedicate yourself to Chinese architecture. Those are my main sources. It needs some time to get used to it but it's definitely worth it. Have fun discovering China lol
  7. http://www.cnn.com/2016/01/28/asia/china-canadian-kevin-garratt-indicted-spying-charges/index.html I would like to know what "evidence" they have, but that's probably not going to be revealed for a while, if ever.
  8. The Grand Valley - Inspired by China

    Version 1.0


    This is a large map, fictional but based on China with low lying land, bays, small islands and hills! I have made the config with offset large tiles to try and ease the commute loop 'bug'
  9. http://www.forbes.com/sites/saadiampekkanen/2015/04/28/dont-blame-just-china-for-escalating-the-arms-race-in-outer-space/?utm_campaign=ForbesTech&utm_source=TWITTER&utm_medium=social&utm_channel=Technology&linkId=13830307 Found this article rather interesting. Don't really have too much to say about it; just looking for different perceptions from people.
  10. China: Toxic Farm Lands

    Many Chinese being poisoned by farm produce. The Great Leap Forward seems to have poisoned the ground. Some fifth of the farm land is toxic. Interesting for our export markets. Rice exports should be up.
  11. Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC)

    Version CL 2012


    a good china buliding a good china buliding a good china buliding a good china buliding a good china buliding
  12. http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/chinas-mountain-flattening-pro/30433533 Wow...
  13. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/apr/30/china-overtake-us-worlds-largest-economy Everyone saw this coming, but it has come a few years earlier than expected. The US has been the world's largest economic power since the late 1800's (1872?).
  14. Version 1


    Before going any further about the description of this BAT this is DmScopio's BAT it hasn't been released here, so I Emailed DmScopio and I was authorized to upload here, this BAT along with others. Overview Pearl River Tower (Chinese:珠江城大厦 or 珠江大厦) is a 71-storey, 309.7 m (1,016 ft), clean technology skyscraper at the junction of Jinsui Road/Zhujiang Avenue West, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China. The tower's architecture and engineering were performed by Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill with Adrian D. Smith and Gordon Gill (now at their own firm, AS+GG) as architects. Ground broke on the tower on the 8th of September 2006 and construction was completed in March 2011. It is intended for office use and will be partially occupied by the China National Tobacco Corporation. The design of the Pearl River Tower is intended to minimise harm to the environment and it will extract energy from the natural and passive forces surrounding the building. Major accomplishments are claimed to be the technological integration of form and function in a holistic approach to engineering and architectural design. Content The SC4Model, 2 SC4Desc ► 5x5 lots ►Co§§§ with 5800 jobs ►Landmark. Dependencies BSC Textures Vol1 - http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=90
  15. Version 1.1


    The Beijing National Aquatics Center (simplified Chinese: 北京国家游泳中心; traditional Chinese: 北京國家游泳中心), also officially known as the National Aquatics Center, and colloquially known as the Water Cube (Chinese: 水立方), is an aquatics center that was built alongside Beijing National Stadium in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Despite its nickname, the building is not an actual cube, but a cuboid (a rectangular box). Ground was broken on December 24, 2003, and the Center was completed and handed over for use on January 28, 2008. Swimmers at the Water Cube broke 25 world records during the 2008 Olympics. After the Olympics, the building underwent a 200 million Yuan revamp to turn half of its interior into a water park. The building officially reopened on August 8, 2010. after saw Beijing National Stadium i tried to make another stadium which as very good as beijing national main stadium i used Second UV tutorial from Montoto for the illumination map. the model is from Google warehouse Stats: - Sport Leisure - Base: 200x201.5 - Ploppable only - Triangle Count: L1: 1555 L2: 1555 L3: 1555 L4: 68 MENU LOCATION Commerce -> Leisure -> Sport Leisure Update 4/15/2013 -Now building can be build over water and ground -The building production (now the building doesnt produce hotel,money) 我希望 你喜欢它 DOWNLOAD THE NEW FILE BELOW AND COPY TO YOUR PAK FOLDER,IF YOU ALREADY HAVE IT, REPLACE THE OLD ONE Installation Pre-requisite: User Interface Mod Shader Pack for players (by Altiris) Realistic Day/Night Cycle Mod (recomended)
  16. List of Asian Buildings

    Hello everybody! This forum is something missing on Simtropolis. While browsing on STEX I see a lot of Asian Chinese/Japanese buildings. This list is meant for indexing them all. These buildings could be useful for anyone who wants to create an Asian city. Some of the links may lead you to Chinese sites so if you don't understand it like me then use an internet translator. For those who know the language that should be no problem...... This list has just been started so it's not complete yet.If you know good Asian buildings then post it. Now I will start... Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Dajhong Jhihjheng Gate The National Theater Hall in Taipei China Pavilion World Expo 2010 The National Concert Hall in Taipei Lung Yun Temple Lung Yun Temple ver 2 China Town gate Dong He night market THZ XiangHehLou BGTCN Maitreya Budda Ishimaru Denki summer house parks zhingua zutao China Cityblock pack Yangzburg Castle BlueV part 1 china Yangzburg Castle BlueV part 2 china
  17. 3 - Izumo - Ongaku

    3 - Izumo - Ongaku Replies : Arthur : Thank you again for your help Hazani : Thank you ! mystic destiny : Izumoite trains have some problems ... (I hope too ! ) Ying Blanc : Arthur helped me for the sidewalk texture For the stuff, there are a lot of Japanese websites which propose beutiful things ! Forthwall : He is missing something, not someone, it's not a problem Shulmanator : Thanks ! lovemax : Thank you =) raynev : Arigatô ~ Superbacon : Hopefully they aren't ! NMUSpidey : Thank you very much ! =) Efkin : +1 for me, +2 for you Tekindus T : The quickers planes of the world Gugu : Thank you very very much __________________________________________________________________ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dIs_vSG400&feature=fvwp&NR=1 ! Listen viewing the entry ! Ongaku or the city which never sleeps If you liked this uptade, put +1 ! Don't hesitate to comment
  18. The Last Colony, Macau



    G'Day Simtropians, Today I wish to present a map requested courtesy of Portie, Thanks mate, it is of Macau the last European colony in China and now a special administrative region. See me up CLOSE and personal. This is a real world map and measures 45.056km x 49.152km. It was produced with dem and satellite data and is accurate in scale and terrain. Wouangaine's mapper or terraformer is required to import the .sc4m file into one's game. A readme is included detailing the procedure and including links to mapper and terraformer. A picture of the region is free. That I think is about all Cheers
  19. Tempests in a tea pit.

    Of such things wars are made. The general flap over the two island groups seems to be over fishing rights.
  20. Version


    G'Day Simtropians, Today I am presenting a map requested courtesy of Portlandexpos04 over at SC4D, Thanks mate for your request. Shanghai largest city in China and an economic boom town. It has a long history of trading with the rest of the world. See me up CLOSE and personal. This is a real world map and is accurate in scale and terrain. Utilising 16bit mapping technology one requires Wouanagaine's mapper or terraformer to import it into one's game. It's quite large and measures 61.44km x 73.728km. A readme is included and contains links and instructions. I think that's all. Cheers
  21. Chongqing, The Fog Capital. China



    G'Day Simtropians, Todays map I wish to present is courtesy of a request from Kelis at SC4D, Thanks. Chongqing, China another very old city with an interesting past. See me up CLOSE and personal. This ia a real world map and measures 49.152km x 57.344km. It was produced with dem and satellite data and is in .SC4M format. Utilising 16bit mapping technology it requires Wouanagaine's mapper or terraformer to import it. The map is terrain and scale accurate. Links and instructions are in the readme. That's all I think Cheers
  22. Xiamen China Kinmen Taiwan



    Map of Xiamen, China and Kinmen, Taiwan. Based on real world data with reductions in scale, slight realignment of rivers, and other embellishments to optimize city squares. The map was designed for multiplayer use and therefore gives all medium tiles and large tiles the equivalence of 50-75% medium tile flat land and water access.

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