China is a haven for knockoff products. Chinese Police recently seized 681 “Apple iPhone” branded gas stoves in the city of Wuhan. The seized iPhone burners had forged certificate tag of the Apple (China) Co. Limited. However, Apple never produces cooker. The law enforcement officers discovered as many as 681 fake burners with brands including iPhone and other household names. More Pictures after the jump. Continue reading “‘iPhone’ gas cooker seized in China”
Yes Its True. The incident took place in Haikou City in southern China when an 41-year-old woman tried to park her scooter in front of a man’s shop to pick up her kids from school. She was rejected by the shop owner. The two parties soon fell into a quarrel. The woman called her brother and husband for back up, which resulted in a more violent fist fight. During the fight the woman grabbed the shop owner’s private parts (a.k.a. testicles) and squeezed them until he collapsed.
The man was taken to the hospital but it was too late as he was pronounced dead. The woman was arrested and is now facing charges.
Its a makeover of the 599 GTB Fiorano by chinese artist Lu Hao with the start button glows jade green, the tachometer has ancient Chinese characters, the luggage has a map of the Silk Road and its limited to 12 pcs only. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Ferrari 599 HGTE For China”
The world’s largest exhibition dedicated to the art of animation. Pixar 20 Years of Animation Exhibition world tour at Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2009/08/07 – 11/01). Tons of sketches, paintings, sculptures and storyboards reveal how Pixar’s much-loved characters and worlds are brought to life. In addition to these one-of-a-kind works by artists and sculptors, the exhibition includes spectacular immersive environments and interactive experiences developed by Pixar to extend the magic of their films. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “Pixar Exhibition At Taipei Fine Arts Museum”
A one year walk time lapse video of Christoph Rehage who travel from Beijing to Ürümqi from November 9th 2007 – November 13th 2008, One year on foot – 4646km through China. Video after the jump. Continue reading “The Longest Way 1.0 By Christoph Rehage”