How can these pictures not make you happy? On October 30, Kerry Hotel in Pudong, Shanghai attempted to create a Guinness World Record of the Largest Ball Pit. Part of the "Pink October" campaign, an event aimed at raising awareness of breast cancer prevention, a whopping 1 million pink and green balls filled a swimming pool that was 82 ft long by 41 ft wide (or 25 meters by 12.6…
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If you just can't get enough of interactive art, you'll want to be in Tianjin, China right now visiting the Shenyang art gallery. One of their current exhibits showcases a brand new collection of 3D paintings that ask you to be a part of the picture. Like we've seen before, at…
Rising from the floor and descending down from the ceiling of this great big limestone cave are stalagmites and stalactites that are lit up in a dazzling array of colors. The Reed Flute Cave in Guilin, Guangxi, China is a major landmark and tourist attraction that's often referred to as the "Palace of Natural Arts." The natural rock formations, illuminated with artificial light, make it one of the…
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While on a recent trip to Hong Kong and China, instead of flooding Flickr with a countless number of photos, Ed McGowan, director of design at PlainJoe Studios, decided to release just one photo per day. Starting off at the Hong Kong airport, where he stitched together three separate shots, he takes us on a wonderful photographic journey throughout China from its majestic mountains and rivers to its…
Given the choice of taking the escalators or the stairs, here's some advice, take the stairs, particularly if you find yourself at Wulin Plaza in Hangzhou, China. Just last week they installed stairs that resemble black and white piano keys. When walked upon, the steps produce relevant musical note sounds, resulting in a truly melodic experience. In total there are 54 steps. You…Continue
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"Pictures for corporate calendar of truck trading company":…
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Someone has been eating his Wheaties, I mean, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes.
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No, you're not looking at the actress from the EA game Mirror's Edge, but rather one of the most amazing photographers to come out of China. What's more, she is only in her early twenties.
Earlier in June, China launched a week-long series of anti-terrorist drills called "Great Wall 5", in preparation for the upcoming 2008 Olympic Games. The drills involved emergency responders, "police forces, the People's Armed Police, the People's Liberation Army and the health, environmental protection, meteorology and transportation departments." according to China's Xinhua News Agency.…
Would a little rain really hurt? Can the Chinese government use repurposed military equipment, including rockets and anti-aircraft guns, together with an IBM supercomputer and satellite imaging to stop bad weather BEFORE it forms at the Olympics? Is man crazy?!
How brilliant (or insane, depending on who you are) is this!?