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Cute Chinese Cargo Van Apartment

A car owner in Kunming, China has converted a cargo truck into a mobile home. There is 8.5 square meters of usable area, and one can cook, sleep, go online, and watch television in the car. This mobile home including the vehicle and renovations cost under 130,000 yuan, and because of its low cost and comprehensive features. It features a small kitchen with a sink and electric stove, bunk-beds, refrigerator, flat screen TV and a computer. (chinaSMACK)

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