What's yours is mine in China but is sharing at a peak?

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Ok, so car sharing makes perfect sense. And we get bike sharing, too. But ball sharing?
At a sports complex in Beijing, Wang Hui En scans a code on a locker with his smartphone.
The door clicks open and out pops a basketball, yours to use there and then for a rental fee of $0.30 (23p) or so per hour.
Mr Wang is chief executive of One Tiyu, which translates as One Sports, and he has plans to quite literally roll out 20 million soccer and basketballs across China.
"The sharing economy is indeed very hot right now," he tells me.
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