For some better pictures check out this guy's thread:
CHINA WATCHES :: Zobacz temat - Retro Beijing Watch - ZunGu
I just got my Beijing Zungu-6 (6 because it has a seconds subdial at 6 I assume. Zungu-3 has a date at 3 o'clock).
Some basic specs:
40 x 46mm x 10 mm (w/o crown)
"Premium" stainless steel case (I guess just the usual 316l)
3 ATM water resistance
Domed sapphire crystal
SS bracelet w/ deployment clasp (20 mm lug width)
It came in a bright red watch box w/ their Tiananmen logo.
Came with the usual protective plastic on the dial, bracelet and crown. I removed it all before I took any of these pictures, except the plastic on the crown. That one is difficult.
The dial is a beautiful silver-gray (as Jun Laio calls it) with a sunburst finish. The seconds subdial has a guilloche like finish. Nice applied markers and logo, with lume dots and lumed hands. What I really like about the hands is how they extend all the way to their respective markers.
It has a display caseback which I had a hard time capturing. For a better view of the movement, check out the thread I linked at the top. The movement is nicely decorated - some geneva stripes and of course blue screws! The movement is a SA1000B6P, 22-jewels and advertised as -10 to +25 seconds/day. I could not find anymore information about it though.
The bracelet is one of my favorite parts about the watch. It's unique looking and well finished. The brushing along the center of the links is very even and fine. It has solid links w/ split pins, solid end links and a deployment clasp. Unfortunately it does not have any half links or micro-adjustments so you may not find a good fit with the bracelet. It's signed at the clasp area and tapers down to 18mm.
Overall I'm extremely happy with this purchase! Additionally Jun Liao was quick with communication and allowed me to upgrade to EMS for only $5 more (arriving in less than a week). It also comes with a 12 month warranty.