No crop circle but a giant QR code in China

The Chinese village Xilinshui, in the city of Baoding in China’s northern Hebei province, have constructed a 227 x 227 metres large QR code out of Chinese juniper trees.

The code is said to be functional and if scanned it takes the user to the village’s public WeChat account for tourism.

Sources: South China Morning Post and BBC News (with photos).