A footage showing a street rider just a bit too cool to ride his motorbike like a normal human being. Apparently he was doing some dangerous stunts going at an excess of 37 miles per hour on the road without any protective gear. Watch it for fun, please don’t imitate.
A villager in Suqian of East China’s Jiangsu Province, has displayed a homemade sports car he modeled after a Lamborghini. The young man spent 60,000 yuan (US$9,445) to construct this life-size replica model of the classic Italian sports car. The knockoff is made with spare parts from other cars and steel pipes. He drives this unique vehicle through his village to carry chemical fertilizer during the harvest season. Yes, this awesome creation is just used for transporting fertilizer in rural China … Chinese netizens have dubbed it the ‘Most Awesome Sports Car Ever’. More picture after the jump. UPDATE: Video added
Chinese beachgoers wear body suits and protective head masks, dubbed “facekinis”, on a crowded public beach in Qingdao city, located in eastern Shandong province, Eastern China. Last year, we have already seen this kind of ‘high-tech’ anti-tanning swimwear. This year it becomes a trend in Qingdao city. The masks are made of a stretchy fabric that is commonly used in bathing suits and can be accompanied by apparel that covers other parts of the body, such as the arms. The mask was invented by a local about seven years ago and is now being mass produced. This is the newest way for Chinese people, especially old ladies, trying to prevent themselves from getting a tan while sitting on the beach. The “facekinis” is selling at a price for US$2, some local residents are making their own out of old clothes. More hilarious pictures after the break.
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…Do you remember a series of children’s books called “Where’s Wally?“? This is exactly one of the illustrations from the book. We are not sure whether this photo has been photoshopped. If not, then probably it should go into the Guinness World Records. More shots after the break.
Free money on the road. This is no joke. Whole bunch of cash blow in the wind, and pedestrians just like pigeons mad dash for bread crumbs. This amazing moment happened in Dalian, a city in the Northeast China. A white Audi A4 suddenly threw out a stack of 100 yuan banknotes out of the window. Video after the break.
In what can only be described as a nightmare-come-true, a spider crawled inside a Chinese woman’s ear canal and lived there for three days before the doctors extracted it out. The woman, living in Chansha, the capital city of Hunan in south-central China, arrived at the hospital and complained of an itchy ear. The doctor took a look inside and found a spider living in the woman’s ear canal. Apparently, the spider had crawled into the woman’s ear while she slept. The doctor worried that attempting to take the living spider out with equipment would only cause it to drill its barbs deeper. In the end, the doctor dropped saline solution into the woman’s ear, due to the buoyancy of water, the spider just crawled out by itself …
A photo alleging a Chinese kids urinated into a paper cup held by his father at a hot pot restaurant, has triggered public discontent over the boy’s parents and the restaurant in China. The incident was happened in Beijing. Waiters at the restaurant did not intervene, despite customer complaints. After getting expose of the news, the restaurant admitted that they did not properly handle the issue. This is what you called the power of a great nation, with ignorant and lazy parent. So please learn how to enjoy this kind of free entertainment when you have the chance to dine in a Chinese hot pot restaurant.
This is real. The idea is from a Chinese, who surnamed Yang. Through dozens of researches and experiments, he brought an anti-disaster yellow spherical rescue capsule to the world before doomsday arrives. It can withstand 1,700 degrees Celsius of heat, 350 tons of collision impact, magnitude-10 earthquake and Tsunami. The best part? The capsule adopted the principle of gyroscope, therefore people inside the ball won’t rotate when the ball is rolling, so don’t worry it will make people vomit. To justify it’s safe, Yang climbed into the ball and conducted the first trial from a slope of about 50 meters into a watery landing. Video after the break.
A Chinese granny from Ningbo city, northeast China tied a sex doll covered with a red see-through lingerie to a tree next to the crosswalk. WTF was she doing ? A commuter has taken this picture and posted on his micro-blog (SINA Weibo) to find out an answer. The news went viral in several Chinese forum and picked up by international news agency. But due to some of the info has been interpreted wrongly, people are making up the story. Huffington Post said that she tied the counterfeit cutie to a tree was hoping to slow down the speeding drivers near her home. It sound quite real for the purpose, but nobody has further confirm the hilarious action. We can understand this kind of misleading news, trying to become more entertaining in order to draw attention on social network. But some confirmation will be much appreciate.
Previously, the rainstorm in Beijing has lead to deadly floods across Beijing downtown area and left 77 dead so far. In another major Chinese city, Tianjin, just 2 hours of drive away from Beijing, was also facing heavy downpour last week which lasted over 12 hours straight. The whole city was badly flooded, however, not only did Tianjin manage to keep its death toll at zero, local citizen also turned their flooded hometown into a water park. A jet-skiers help out in the flood has also became an internet hit …
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