Don’t pick a fight with an elevator, because the elevator always wins.
Last year about 5 million Chinese tourists visited Japan, and Chinese website NetEase was kind enough to compile a list of seven of Japan’s most unusual habits according to them.
A seriously cold snap in China leaves one residential community looking like it came straight out of Disney’s Frozen.
When you look this good, age truly has no meaning.
The curious trend that started in Japan has blown up in China.
Unique intimate apparel is sure to have your bedroom partner purring with satisfaction.
Artist mixes rock music with Buddhist and Confucian architecture for peak imagery.
“Hello? Yes, my truck seems to be on fire… No, don’t worry, I’m bringing it to you. See you in five!”
If driving weren’t already nerve-wracking enough…!
Pay attention, guys. A bad pun might save your relationship some day.
If all trees “bled” like this, it would probably be harder to cut them down.
It does pay better than being a superhero, after all.
What’s your sailor sign?
It took more time to design the plan than to actually construct the bridge.
Next time you play Go Fish, do it with 54 of Binyang’s most wanted.
Though the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, always drive around the giant iron beams.
We’ve seen loads of Sailor Moon fan artwork over the years, but these pieces by Chinese artist Sunmomo are some of the most ethereal-looking by far.
Chinese website bilibili recently took a reader poll to find the most “moe” characters of 2015. Not only was the competition fierce, but the “cute dudes” top 8 was extremely surprising.
Being the leader of the nation with the largest population in the world means a lot of attempts being made on your life. And that means an enormous bodyguard posse…
Demolishing a hospital is a complex operation with many potential hazards. So you can imagine how hard it was for Huiji District to try to take one down while it still had all the doctors and patients inside.