Visitors line up for a chance to walk on the ceiling
Thursday, May 01, 2014 - 00:53
May 1 - An overturned house in Shanghai gives visitors an alternate reality. Sharon Reich reports.
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It's not a haunted house -- but everything here is upside down.
Furniture, toilets -- you name it ...
Visitors are lining up for a chance to see the topsy turvy abode, located just outside Shanghai in an arts district.
But taking a tour can be a little disorienting.
SOUNDBITE: Visitor 27-year-old Huang Qi, saying (Mandarin):
"I've felt a little dizzy since I came in. everything has been turned upside-down. It's pretty interesting."
SOUNDBITE: Visitor Sun Mingjiao, saying (Mandarin):
"The little toilet in the bathroom made the biggest impression on me. I think its design is pretty innovative. Normal people may not think about it this way, but when I took a look at it inside, I had the feeling that water might fall out of it. It made me feel really strange."
A visit to the house costs 30 Yuan, which is about 5 U.S. dollars. Not bad for a chance to walk on the wild side.
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