Is there anything cuter than baby pandas snoozing in baskets? Ten baby pandas made their debut public appearance at China’s Ya’an Bi Feng Xia Giant Panda Breeding Center on Friday. The pandas range in age from one week to two months old and were part of a ‘healthy boom’ in the birth of panda cubs.
Internet companies across China are hiring ‘programming cheerleaders’ to help create a fun work environment and to boost job productivity.
If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em, right? This seems to be the way things are going in Huizhou, China. A real estate development company has replicated the picturesque city of Hallstatt in Austria with lookalike buildings and quaint cobblestone laneways.
Firefly lovers now have a destination to go to for their illuminating fix: the world’s first firefly-themed park in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei province.
This is one lucky pup! In Fenghuang County, China, one stray dog got caught in the front of a car’s bumper for 248 miles after a driver accidentally hit it. ‘I was driving pretty quickly at the time so when I hit the dog, I thought it had either died or run away, so I didn’t get out of the car to check’, Mr. Zhang said. Erm, ok.
If you’ve ever been paid in Bitcoin or have no idea what Bitcoin is but are curious about what goes on behind the scenes, you need to watch this short film. Your mind is about to be blown!
Seventeen frantic girls rushed to one hospital in Changsha, China, to visit their boyfriend who was there for his injuries. Surprise! They discovered that he is the same person. After some initial spit-spats, the girls combed their hair (probably), calmed themselves down, compared notes and realised they have been seriously duped. Feeling sore and very scorned, they decided to make a police report concerning the serial cheater, known to the media as Mr Yuan.
The Kingdom of the Little People is unlike any other tourist attraction in the world. Located in China’s Yunnan province, this theme park requires all employees to be less than 51 inches tall (that’s 130cm).
Love a nice breeze? Most people do, but when you’re washing windows 1,300ft above the ground, all you’re hoping for is stillness. Watch the next video and thank your lucky stars you’ll never be washing the windows of the 101-storey Shanghai World Financial Centre.
Ex-man choices: A difficult choice that needs to be made when your ex throws herself into a river, and your new girlfriend follows. This is exactly what happened in Ningbo, in eastern China’s Zhejiang province. Words were had between 21-year-old Wu Hsia’s ex girlfriend and his new girlfriend near a river. It was supposed to be a civil meeting but when things got too much for the ex – 20-year-old Jun Tang – she threw herself into the river hoping Hsia would jump in and save her.
You thought being in a Tesco or Ikea was crowded enough, but looks like they’ve met their match in this 43-million-square-foot market in China. Located in Yiwu, China, this is the world’s largest ‘small commodities’ market – meaning they sell everything from fake flowers to clothing and toys.
In the city of Yizhou, Guangxi in China, onlookers rubbed their eyes in disbelief when they saw a small child driving a motorised tractor vehicle through the streets, his father sound asleep in the back.
If you missed out on this year’s annual pig-carrying competition, you’re going to have to wait another 12 months before seeing (or competing in) it again. This very strange and unique contest takes place in Changsha, Hunan Province every year. It involved participants running/sliding down an icy track, accompanied by a Ningxiang pig.
Starting in the 1950’s, 798 was originally part of the 718 Factory district of Beijing. During the “Great Leap Forward” the recently formed People’s Republic of China constructed a massive district for the people to live and work on a variety of military and civilian equipment. 798, in particular, was where the ammunitions factories were located.
As temperatures plummet to minus 5 celsius, these plucky children of Yunnan Province in China walk for two hours to get to school daily. Many do not own scarves and headwear and so they arrive at school with hair that is literally frozen. Zhang Jingfu, the headmaster of their school, took these pictures of the students to raise awareness about their plight during the freezing months.