A father and son, living in Haining city, Zhejiang province, have invented a water-propelled jetpack that is a little closer to realizing the dream of the hoverboard. This tandem-operated contraption uses basic Newton principles to blast a human being 30 meters into the air and suspend him there. This video marks the first time the public has seen the anti-gravity device, and the guy on the jetpack has already been dubbed “fly man” ! The DIY gadget is really awesome !
Every spring season in Dongyang city, at Zhejiang province, the urine of young boys is collected from primary school and used to cook eggs. The eggs are soaked in the urine and then boiled. After it is cooked, the eggs will be crack and continue to simmer them for hours, to absorb all that uric acid. Vendors say it takes an entire day to make the delicacy. Each egg will sell for 1.50 yuan ($0.24). Eggs that soaked in boys’ urine is a part of the region’s intangible cultural heritage, it is said that eating these eggs will decrease your body heat and serve better blood circulation. The vendor said he has been making the pee-soaked snacks for more than 20 years, it is popular due to its fresh and salty taste …
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A human-like robot plays Ping Pong made debut in China. The robots are developed by a University which located in Zhejiang province, eastern part of China. The two robots as shown can capture the track of the ball by a camera installed inside before making reactions. The robots, 160 cm tall and weighing 55 kilograms each, took the university 4 years to develop …
The U.S. electronic retailer giant Best Buy just like other companies, they are focusing on the Chinese market more than ever. The company announced plan for strike back to the China. It is definitely not going to be easy since it closed nine of its stores in China in February.
Remember “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button“? The plot of that movie is actually happening to “Rui-Rui”, who is a 7 months old infant. And, this tragic story began in October last year, after Rui Rui received BCG Vaccine from a hospital in Anji, Zhejiang Province, China. Full story after the break…
In this video, a man in red shirt walked into a bank and threw stones on ATM machines crazily. He successfully smashed the screens of two ATMs, and he has no intention of robbing the bank. Police officers then arrived and stopped him. He tried to fight back but he failed. We feel sad for him.
People live in Zhejiang should be so proud of themselves, the 3D display looks imposing and gorgeous.
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