Chinese Drivers are the Master of Handling Ridiculously Overloaded Vehicles

July 9th, 2015 in , , , , , ,

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A collection of snaps, mostly taken on the highways of China, reveal drivers who load up their vehicles far beyond their limits as they go about their daily business.

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Wait iPhone 7. Ok. Watch The Chinese Make Fun of iPhone by Introducing iPhone 20s (video)

July 2nd, 2015 in ,

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Wait iPhone 7. Ok. iPhone 7 coming in 2015. Here’s a question, will the taller iPhone 7 be a reach for existing iPhone 6 users? Well, we don’t know, but at least we’re seeing some people making fun of Apple’s iPhone 7.
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iPhone Repairman Recovers Customer Deleted Nude Photo and Puts on Display

July 1st, 2015 in , , , , , ,

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Computer expert can easily recover deleted data by using recovery software.

A young female customer from Ningbo city, northeast of Zhejiang province, sent her iPhone to an Apple franchise store for repairing. The naughty repairman has recovered all her deleted naked photos while fixing the phone.
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China’s Swimming Pool Is Amazingly Crowded! (Update: More Photos)

October 4th, 2014 in

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Swimming is a wonderful thing to do during summer, but I won’t be appreciate if I have to swim in a pool like this. How can you swim in this pool? You don’t even have spaces to walk…
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iOS and Android Running on Nikon and Canon DSLRs?

November 5th, 2012 in , , , , , ,

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Recently, we found a bunch of photos on Sina Weibo showing Apple iOS, Google Android and Windows 8 installed on Nikon and Canon DSLRs as well as Ricoh DC. The photo above claimed it is a Canon 5D Mark III running iOS. Do you think that’s true? More photos after the break.
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Man Buys A Portable Hard Drive Stuffed with Metal Junk from Chinese Vendor

June 12th, 2012 in , , ,

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Remember the Russian guy who got fooled with a 128MB hard drive? But hey, he is not the only one. A Chinese man who previously bought a 160GB hard disk with only 220RMB ($35) on Taobao. And finally, it turns out to be a fake hard drive that packs with various machining parts and a USB drive. Let’s go and check it out after the break.

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The casing carries the SAMSUNG brand and a stamp of “Made in HONG KONG” at the rear. We wonder when did Hong Kong start to manufacture hard drives?

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Copper shafts and nuts randomly attached to the casing by glass cement.
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Source: Cfan (Chinese translated)