A new directive from the Chinese government has called some of the country's latest building designs 'oversized' and 'weird'. They're not wrong...
The Guangzhou Circle
Designed by Italian architect Joseph di Pasquale, the Guangzhou Circle in China's Guangdong province is the tallest circle-shaped building in the world at 138m.
The headquarters of China Central Television (CCTV)
In between cries of big pants from critics, this building also won the award for Best Tall Building Worldwide from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in 2013.
This pair of towers, due to be built in Wuhan, will be a kilometre tall and have exteriors made of solar panels. Environmentally friendly, at least...
Sunrise East Kempinksi Hotel
Standing on Yanqi Lake in the Huairou District of Beijing, it may look odd from the outside but it's a pretty cool place to stay.
The Gate of the Orient
Another building that has been compared to a pair of trousers, the Gate of the Orient dominates the Suzhou skyline in Jiangsu province.