STORY: Huge ginger cat "getting out" of shopping mall in Shanghai
DATELINE: Feb. 2, 2023
LOCATION: SHANGHAI, China
1. various of the ginger cat
2. SOUNDBITE 1 (Chinese): Citizen
3. SOUNDBITE 2 (Chinese): Citizen
In Shanghai, China, a huge ginger cat is "getting out" of the wall of a shopping mall.
It's a glasses-free 3D effect displayed on a screen.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Chinese): Citizen
"It is so real, just like it's about to walk out of the building."
SOUNDBITE 2 (Chinese): Citizen
"We animal lovers like this very much, very happy to see this."
Xinhua News Agency correspondents reporting from Shanghai, China.
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