“Pandas World Tour” exhibition by French artist Paul Grangenon arrive at the Citizens’ Square in Taipei, southeast China’s Taiwan, Feb. 27, 2014. A total of 1,600 pandas and Formosan black bears made of environmentally-friendly paper material went on show here on Thursday. The event aims at promoting environmental protection and raising the public’s awareness of animal preservation. All of the paper pandas and black bears on display will be open for charity sale after the event concludes on March 30.
Sanya is one of the three prefecture-level cities of Hainan and the southernmost city on the Chinese island. Located at 18° 15′ N latitude, it is about as far north of the Equator as the Island of Hawaii is. The city is renowned for its tropical climate and has emerged as a popular tourist destination. This photos shows the sunset scenery in Sanya.
Mount Xixabangma – Shishapangma, also called Gosainthān, is the fourteenth highest mountain in the world and, at 8,013 m (26,289 ft), the lowest of the eight-thousanders. It was the last 8,000 metre peak to be climbed, due to its location entirely within Tibet and the restrictions on visits by foreigners to the region imposed by national Chinese and regional Tibetan authorities. Photos taken on Nov. 16, 2013 shows the scenery of Mount Xixabangma, Himalayas, Nyalam County, China, Tibet.
A wooden sculpture, featuring the famous painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival in China, succeeds in creating a new Guinness World Record – “the world’s longest wooden sculpture” – on November 14, 2013. Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui spent four years creating the sculpture, which is 12.286 meters long, 3.075 meters high and 2.401 meters wide.
This photos shows beautiful rime view in Mount Huangshan, China’s Anhui Province. Rime, also known as “snow willow” or “tree hanging,” is a kind of phenomenon where winter fog condenses on tree branches and leaves to form individual white ice crystals. The unique scenery has attracted a great number of visitors.
These photos are from Lu Guang’s documentary project “Pollution in China”. His work often focus on people that live poorly, and at the bottom of the society. He is now a freelance photographer but was earlier a factory worker. For this project he has travelled around China photographing the consequences of pollution.
Pandas play in snow at Wolong Giant Panda Protection and Research Center in Southwest China’s Sichuan province. Heavy snowfall hit the area on Tuesday, disrupting the water and power supply at the research center. Photos tanken Jan 17, 2011 by Li Wei, a staff member at Wolong Panda Club, in Sichuan.
Chinese artist Dai Geng is asking 80,000 for this BMW even though it handles like a brick. And that’s because it is one – or rather hundreds to be precise. He spent more than a year cementing the brick blocks together which he then carved into a sporty 155mph BMW 6 series, and even managed to make brick hinges so the doors open and close.
The number of children working in China is not known. Because of China’s repressive political system, it was not possible to obtain any information directly from China. News reports alluding to possible child labor problems in China are anecdotal in nature, providing details on specific investigations of factory fires and other disasters where children were present.
It is common mistake to say that The Great wall of China is visible from outer space. It is too thin to be noticed from such a great distance. There are no man made structures that are visible from space or moon. Man made objects start to disappear after 300 miles up. From that distance you can barely see the outline of the Great China Wall.