The Qiantang River in eastern China is known for the world's largest tidal bore, which is up to 9 metres (30 ft) high, and travels at up to 40 km per hour (25 miles an hour). It's a unique place in the world. A lot of people come to look at this amazing natural phenomenon. Sometimes humans get too close to Mother Nature and she makes them pay dearly. See these powerful images of tons of roaring water.
A Chinese farmer interested in scientific invention, created this submarine from recycled materials and tested it successfully 2 days ago. The submarine is called "Shuguang Hao" and it is 12 feet long, 6 feet high, has a maximum diving depth of 65 feet, can travel at a speed of 20 km per hour for 10 hours underwater and is shaped as a dolphin.
Sportsmen and women from all over the world couldn’t miss 1-metre springboard diving event at the outdoor diving pool at the Oriental Sports Center in Shanghai, China. As for us, we couldn’t miss their hilarious faces made during the jump. Photographers know what moments deserve to be captured on the camera!
A unique optical phenomenon was seen above the sea level in the north of Haikou City at 4 p.m. on May 9. Local residents were amazed by a mirage of a ghost city that hung between the sky and sea. The miracle lasted for an hour. It appeared due to the extremely high temperature on Hainan Island that is not common for this season of the year.