I would think that a college that looks like a toilet would not be the first place that students would choose to attend – unless they want to flush their money down the drain.
Back in February, the State Council of the Chinese central government released an “urban blueprint” calling for buildings that are “suitable, economic, green and pleasing to the eye,”.
You think you know traffic jams? You have no idea what one is until you’ve experienced China’s infamous traffic jams. The country has some epic gridlock problems, but this cool elevated bus might help if they go ahead with their plans for it.
Ever since watching Stephen King’s Maximum Overdrive and seeing murderous construction equipment trying to kill people, I’ve got a healthy fear of big construction equipment. Apparently, in China, no one gives a crap about tons of construction equipment having a riotous fight in the middle of a street.
Huaquiangbei in Shenzhen, China is widely recognized as the world’s best electronics market. Hundreds of vendors sell gadgets, accessories and components in both retail and wholesale. But the language barrier and the size of the place makes it an intimidating destination.
China isn’t exactly known for its safety guidelines and building standards. It’s more known for cutting corners and having few protections in place for people and the environment. I’d be a bit nervous about walking on a bridge that was 590 feet in the air and had a glass bottom no matter where it was.
Check out the image here, no the USS Enterprise hasn’t landed to take in a soccer match. What you are seeing in the Google satellite image is the headquarters for a Chinese software firm called NetDragon.
Fireworks are awesome. I used to blow up anything and everything I could using Black Cats back in the day. Spiders feared me, as did my brother. The greatest fireworks related day of my life came when a firefighter pulled up in front of my house when I was trying to blow up a plastic model car and handed me a handful of confiscated cherry bombs.
Everyone else gets all of the cool stuff. The PlayStation 4 is finally launching in China and goes on sale January 11, 2015. And when that happens China is getting a special version with a dragon on the hard drive bay.
Why is it that the McDonald’s here in the U.S. don’t get any of the cool, and weird foods that the chain gets in other countries? Here in the U.S. we also don’t get cool restaurant makeovers, all we get are the playgrounds taken out.
China, you keep raising creepy food to whole new levels. Whether you find these pears creepy or not probably says a lot about you. These pears are shaped like babies. They grow on the tree this way, but not naturally.
Leave it to China to be all weird and objectify their peaches. It isn’t totally unexpected though. Peaches do look like tiny backsides. At least if you squint. And now fruit vendors in China are taking advantage of the peaches’ butt shape, making them all weird and alluring.