Jeffrey R. Young reports on a tour he took of the building. Some companies in the building "are already well established and have much larger staffs. The tour included a stop of one such company, called Nobook, which employs 55 people and makes interactive science-learning software for schools in China." I'm just fascinated about how an idea can start in a small corner of Canada and become a building in Beijing.
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