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Presenting: A Taiwanese CGI Video for the Fake Apple Stores in China

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Since it was only a matter of time, here's a video reenactment detailing the start-up of those fake Apple stores in Kunming, China, and what happened when one American blogger got word of it and caused some of the extra fake ones to close.
· Taiwanese animators create Fake Apple Store reenactment [LA Times]
· Three of the Fake Apple Stores in Kunming, China Are a Little Less Fake Than the Other Two [Racked]