After heavy rains in the summer of 2016, Mingtang Stadium in the Southern Chinese Province of Ezhou became little more than a gigantic bathtub.
Kangbashi is a failed project of the Communist Party of China and it was supposed to be a futuristic city that one million people could call home. But as the budget decreased, so did the interest, and now the city is pretty much a ghost town.
China’s military is made up of three main parts: the People’s Armed Police, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the reserve force of the army. But in order to be part of the military, you’ve got to undergo some pretty intense training. I for one would like to welcome our Chinese overlords.
Say hello to Bangkok’s newest skyscraper. Maha Nakhon is a luxury mixed-use skyscraper that stands 77 stories high with a pixilated ribbon that swirls around the exterior, opening up expansive balconies overlooking the city. Kind of looks like it got bombed in Minecraft, doesn’t it?
All right, China, we have to have a talk about picking up after yourself.
Zhou Wenlong and his bride, Jiang Huizhu, celebrate Qixi Festival, or Chinese Valentine’s Day, by getting hitched 180 meters in the air at a scenic zone in Pingjiang, Hunan province.
The Jinmao Tower in Shanghai recently opened its glass walkway to the public and now people can hang out on the walkway for 30 minutes and enjoy the incredible view. Did we mention that there are no handrails and you’re on the edge of certain death?
A green algae has appeared on the beaches of Qingdao, China, and the tourists don’t seem to give a shit.
Once you see how these children from Atule’er village in China put their lives in danger every day to go to school, you will shut the hell up about your bus ride forever.
On Gouqi Island, a once-thriving fishing community, the people have moved on and the green as moved in casting a living carpet over the old buildings.