A person makes a work of butterfly with 3D printing pen on September 11, 2014 in Beijing, China. 3D printing pen was designed by professor Gong Zhengwei and his team.
Mr. Hu is seen at Xijing hospital on August 27, 2014 in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province of China. 46-year-old Hu fell from the third floor at home in last year, he survived but a part of his skull was smashed. The hospital will produce a titanium skull with 3D printing technology.
He Liangcai,a Chinese farmer has built a a battery-powered scooter with a suitcase which not only helps in the transportation of his belondings but also himself. He Liangcai demonstrated his invention at the Changsha train station, from where he rode to his home a few kilometres away. The suitcase scooter weighs seven kgs and is capable of carrying two people. It can travel upto 20 km per hour for a distance of 50-60 km. It also comes equipped with GPS navigation and a burglar alarm.Since it is battery operated, it needs to be charged. It took him 10 years to invent the suitcase scooter. The vehicle is made from a stripped-down electric scooter which is embedded into a suitcase. The rider strides the rectangular luggage and grabs handlebars that control the throttle, breaks and lights. He is already a recognised inventor as he has won a prize at a US-based inventors awards ceremony in 1999 for the invention of an innovative car safety system. He said that he got the idea of the suitcase scooter when he forgot his luggage on his way to accept the award in the US.(IANS) Continue reading
- Let’s look at what prom dress from China one girl got, making an order for one of our web sites, I think she just not wear it on her prom.
Young resident of Shanghai was unable to make a breakup with her boyfriend. To avenge a former lover, she decided to commit suicide. Each step on the way to commit suicide under the name Chinese jojotsai1012 documented in Instagram. This is not a sight for the faint of heart. Continue reading
I am sure for the people who are in china and who caan see this live they are very lucky but for others you can see the pics…. of Amazing Winter Wonderland: The Chinese city made entirely of ice
Some 10,000 workers have been toiling away at impressive sculptures made out of ice and snow for the 30th Harbin Ice and Snow Festival in China. The remarkable structures, which are incredibly detailed with windows, turrets and domes, need about 330,000 cubic metres of snow and ice to build. The annual festival in north-eastern China is due to open to tourists on January 4. Continue reading
Despite its severe pollution problems, and new controls, China remains the world’s biggest trash importer. Jane Lee visits a recycling facility to find out why the refuse keeps coming..check out..and if you know more about it please leave comments below??? Continue reading
When Builders have offered the money to the residents of old high rise building they still don`t want to move, they don`t want to leave their home, In the end what the builders did see……. Continue reading
I can never thought of making any art with big bad cars, but here in china they tried that as well, I think china have not left a single thing for experiment Art….They can even make a art with a bunch of rusty old cars. The people of one small Chinese town, who collected this Tower of Pisa … Have a look..
The construction of the biggest Ferris wheel is about to complete, it is one of the biggest wheel in the world. This structure named Lai Yun Shi Zhuan which means “The Tides Turn.” ” Construction is underway park in Changzhou, in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province. Wheel height is about 89 meters, diameter is 84 meters and weighs 3,000 tons. Just have a look….
China’s first lady Peng Liyuan has become an instant internet sensation back home as she steps into the international limelight while accompanying her husband President Xi Jinping on his travels abroad. Continue reading
Fruits are best to eat for your health but if your fruits will come in the shape in which you want to wat,What about a doll shape apple?
I know what you are thinking am i gone mad? nope Check this out- Pears that look like chubby little Buddha-like babies have been spotted for sale in Chinese supermarkets, marketed as “happy/joyful doll pears.” To create these pear dolls, the fruit is molded into its humanoid shape during the growth process on the tree itself. Daily Mail reported last year that an entrepreneurial farmer named Hao Xianzhang has been developing the process for several years and hopes to sell them in the United Kingdom. Continue reading
A “millionaire woman” from Wuhan City in Central China has spent the last 15 years working six days a week as a street cleaner in order to show her kids the value of a hard day’s work.
Yu Youzhen, a former vegetable farmer who made her fortune through real estate development, has been employed as a sanitation worker since selling her land to the state in 1998. Continue reading