Them: Tell me you didn’t go all the way to China just to take photos of funny signs.
Hungover after a big night partying?
This place has got you covered.
2P or not 2P? That is the question.
No wait, 2F. Sorry. I’m bad with directions.
The Terracotta Warriors are the legacy of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang. A massive burial complex – chambers filled with individualised castings of entire army divisions including horses, chariots and equipment. A mountain carved out with (what historians believe to be) a replica of the entire Middle Kingdom, with rivers of mercury. A pivital point in history, a glimpse into the past, the seed of a chain of empires, the foundation of a country.
It should be no surprise that this immense cultural heritage is taken very seriously.
Or is that the name of the restaraunt?
Tired of 2 dimensional films?
Bored with 3 dimensions?
You’ve even tried making the images move by adding time and you can’t seem to break the banality of it all?
Well lament no more… Coming to a cinema near you* –
Critics are calling it: “Unreal”.
“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.”
“That extra dimension really pulled me in.”
“I’d ride the penteract again.”
*actual proximity to cinema will vary depending on your position in space and time. Depending on your adopted theory of a fifth dimension, your state on this plane could be mathematically valid but will have no bearing on your ability to locate the virtual rollercoaster.
Some of this regulation is a bit extreme.
Oh… I see.