1,400-Year-Old Chinese Ginkgo Tree Leaves Behind A Golden Carpet
Autumn has hit a 1,400-year-old Ginkgo tree in the Zhongnan Mountains, China.
The tree stands on the grounds of the Gu Guanyin Buddhist Temple and the falling leafs have created a glorious golden carpet.
The Slopes Tool For Your GoPro
For everyone that loves using their GoPro this could be the invention of the year. It's called Slopes and it comes out of China and will help you shoot those cool shots with ease.Read this topic >
Insane traffic Jam in China
This is what happens when people come back from vacation in China and try to get into Beijing. And you thought your puny traffic jams were crazy.Read this topic >
Probably the most intense Tianjin explosion video?
Daniel van Duren was on the top of a 33 story building to watch the shooting stars, but then the massive explosion happend and Daniel managed to get this on video. They had to run down the 33 levels to escape.
Also take a look at our Aftermath gallery.
Creeping Vines: More of the abandoned Chinese Fishing VillageRead this topic >
Nature swallowed an abandoned Chinese Fishing Village
Shengsi is an archipelago of almost 400 islands at the mouth of China’s Yangtze river. In there we can find this awesome abandoned fishing village being swallowd by nature. The pictures are taken by ZhouJieRead this topic >
Chinese internet sensation Zhu and her pet pig WuhuaRead this topic >
Window view from a train of Chinese Bagou village
Welcome to Bagou village, a town whose people work at a coal mine in China. This footage is recorded in march 2008 on the Shibanxi railway line.Read this topic >
How life was inside Kowloon Walled City
The Kowloon Walled City was a singular Hong Kong phenomenon: 33,000 people living in over 300 interconnected high-rise buildings, built without the contributions of a single architect, ungoverned by Hong Kong's safety and health regulations, covering one square city block in a densely populated neighborhood near the end of the runway at Kai Tak airport. In collaboration with Ian Lambot, the Canadian photographer Greg Girard spent five years photographing and becoming familiar with the Walled City, its residents, and how it was organized. So seemingly compromised and anarchic on its surface, it actually worked -and to a large extent, worked well. The Walled City was torn down in 1992 but in this gallery you will get a little peek how life was in Kowloon. Thanks to Greg Girard.Read this topic >