Chinese upside-down house
Those who have ever wondered what it would be like to walk on the ceiling need wonder no more.
In an old town in Shanghai suburbs sits a house that has been totally turned upside down, furniture and all.
Hundreds of visitors queued for the chance pose for photos with upside-down sofas and dining tables on May 1, the first day of a national holiday.
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