These two men in China show us that no obstacle is a match for the bond of friendship.
It’s no secret that many countries face looming demographics problems as their populations age.
Much has been written about developed markets like Japan, Germany, and Italy, which have the largest percentages of their populations age 65 and up.
But another country also deserves attention: China.
A roly-poly bear with red cheeks and white eyebrows recently appeared on a TV program in China, which can mean only one thing: Kumamoto Prefecture traveled six years back in time and ripped them off!
Eh, beats walking/swimming, right?
Artist digitally manipulates videos of kung fu masters practicing their craft to create sequences of mesmerizing motion.
You know it’s high art when you can’t tell if zero effort or a ton of effort went into making it.
Just one quick question: Can we keep it?
And yes, it comes in both original and hot and spicy flavors.
These days, the “sincerest form of flattery” is bound to land you in legal hot water.
When your manliness cannot be contained by boxers intended for mere mortals.
It’s big, it’s bold, it’s brash, and it’s going to China.
If you ever wondered what unicorns eat, now you have your answer.
There’s so much more to China’s southern city than skyscrapers…
Follow-up interviews to the dramatic Marriage Market Takeover documentary shed light on the beliefs of China’s “Leftover Women” and their parents’ eroding difficulties in accepting them.
It’s not very often we’re able to follow the line “he never even saw it coming” with “but then he casually watched it zoom over the horizon…”
Forming a promotional flash mob in China’s Sichuan Province, these ladies impressed not with singing and dancing, but with their graceful silhouettes.
For those who need something to have recurring nightmares about for the rest of their lives.
A wave of support for the people of Kumamoto has come out of China in the form of warmhearted illustrations featuring the local mascot Kumamon.