A Skyscraper With A Waterfall?!?

The 397-foot Liebian Building in Guiyan, China, is catching attention worldwide with its 350-foot waterfall (basic takeaway: both are really tall). Rainwater and recycled tapwater is stored in basins underneath the skyscraper and pushed up pipes in the building's side by four 185-kilowatt pumps. Meant to be a tourist attraction, it is only turned on at special occasions for 10-20 minutes at a time. When it is running, the waterfall creates a fine, cool mist, and throws rainbows.