Ha Wenjin is a real animal lover. This Chinese woman has quit her job, sold her house, vehicle and jewelry to take care of over 1,500 stray dogs and 200 cats.
At first she had just a few animals that she took care of in her free time. But as the number of her pets was growing, she gave up her career and devoted her entire day tending to dogs and cats. Soon she had created a real animal shelter, and had to find 10 people to look after the dogs and 2 people to take care of her cats. Many volunteers donate food to these dogs and cats that were forced to move to a new home, because government officials of China decided to reclaim the land where the shelter was built on.
Today Ha Wenjin and her pets live in Houyu village. Even though it is expensive and difficult to keep a shelter open, this woman has no intention of giving up in her desire to save as many stray dogs and cats as possible.
This street artist amused everyone with his chalk drawings. Mr. Hou from China posted a few pictures of his 3D chalk art on different forums. Chinese netizens soon gave Hou the nick name “Chalk God”. The media quickly dug up his identity, and discovered that the creator of these striking realistic-looking landscapers was an average citizen who drew with chalk to impress his son.
In China, a cheap form of advertising like writing on the walls and pedestrian crossings is very popular. So plumbers, tailors and other craftsmen involved in handicraft leave their phone numbers and addresses this way. But this kind of advertising is banned, therefore the police have to deal with it. So all of these self-entrepreneurs have already experienced the hard way that it’s better not to mess with the Chinese police..
You should see this 3-year-old boy. He is so young, and so super-sized that some nurseries ban him for being a "health hazard" to other children. While most average kids of this age are only about two stone, Xiao Hao’s weight is 5 times heavier. According to some medics, this child might have a growth hormone disorder. Other people believe he is just a victim of China's "Little Emperor" syndrome as parents in this country are allowed only one child. And their relatives spoil rotten babies.
This time these users are from Chinese social networks. But all of them have one thing in common with users from other countries – amusing and unique photos.
After a series of suicides at the Foxconn factory in China, the company started to deal with it seriously. Take a look how they are doing it exactly after the jump.
You just shouldn't be anywhere close to the demolition area, in a 3 mile radius...
Today you will see Chinese factory producing fake automobile parts, and you will also get a chance to glance at how residents of the Philippines make forbidden and counterfeit weapons themselves.
Chinese developers thought that this guy demanded compensation for his house that was way too much they could afford. So they fixed the problem in their own way…
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These hairstyles were banned in the schools in China. Teenagers can’t have a hairstyle other than one that is shown in the first photo. It’s not that the banned hairstyles are all that pretty, but what can be so bad about a hairstyle that would make the government get involved?
Different countries use different methods to tear down a house. People in China probably use the most extraordinary and surprising method of house demolition.
The Republic of China Air Force is the aviation branch of the military of the Republic of China.
It counts a lot of women in its ranks…
Check these pictures of a dam spitting huge blasts of water because of floods formed by heavy rains.
Shanxi province is a beautiful place in China. It looks fantastic and truly amazing on these photos.
The horrible flood in China brought tons of garbage to the country. It takes several cleaning boats to get rid of all the mess.
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Police officers uncovered an underground factory of the local fine food, known as "Century eggs" It looks... Yummy!
At 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius) outside, most of us would probably dream about going to the beach. Not if you live in China. With the population of over 1 billion people, the beach here gets too overcrowded on sunny days. It is too crazy!
This boy is amazing! Those of you who changed a car wheel before would know that even this job is not that easy. It requires skills and patience.
After a car accident that happened when she was only 7 years old, Xiao Fang’s legs were severely damaged. They twisted the wrong way round, and the girl couldn’t live normally for 15 years. When Miss Fang turned 22, she underwent a corrective surgery that was successful. Xiao’s legs were straightened out, and now Chinese girl says she should be able to walk and stand normally again when the bones heal completely.
It seems to me that not only goods, but also roads can be “made in China”. This collection of pictures shows the road in Zhengzhou (central Chinas Henan Province) that paralyzed city traffic after geotextile entangled in a bus’ tire. This road doesn’t look like a high-standard all-season one now.
China’s shores look like parks now. There are so many seaweeds in the water that you can see only tons of green plants.