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March 26, 2014 8:48 AM

‘China Bridges: Living Architecture from China’s Past’

Budding bridge engineers should look to Asia for inspiration. For thousands of years, China has built bridges for commerce, convenience and sometimes, to mark the “material achievements of emperors down through the ages,” says Ronald K. Knapp, writer of “China Bridges,” an oversized paperback coffee-table book.

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