A look at a long-standing tradition in China’s Nanshan Village, where a handful of people have passed down the technique to create these long and skinny noodles, which are quite time-consuming and complex to make. We’re having some serious carb cravings now.
While laser engraving is typically done on wood or acrylic, this video shows a laser system which is used to add patterns or a pre-washed look to blue jeans. The completed fashions aren’t our style, but the tech is really cool. Plus, the music just makes it so much more dramatic.
To remove an aging overpass in Nanchang China, a veritable army of Hyundai excavation machines lined up and worked to rapidly demolish the old structure – removing the entire bridge in about 2 days, and reopening to traffic in 56 hours. (Thanks Hubert!)
A talented street food vendor in China works some serious magic as he maneuvers his edible creations into a series of geometric patterns by simply jostling his tray just right. You might even say he was tossing his cookies.
If you live in any major U.S. city, traffic is an everyday part of life. But any time you feel the road rage boiling over, just think about this video of a major traffic jam in Beijing, and you might feel just a little better about the slowdowns you encounter on a daily basis.
While you have to go to a fancy pastry competition here in the States to witness this art form, in Xian, China, it’s as easy as going to this street vendor, who crafts intricate candy animals by blowing into molten hot sugar.
A group of workers in China improvise a ride to their job site by attaching a trailer to a piece of lawn equipment using the light pole they have to install. Guess they’ll have to walk back.
In this short clip from China, we learn how to quickly separate an egg yolk from its white without damage, using two flat plates and a plastic water bottle. Useful cooking technique or fun party trick?
A Chinese village has a wasp problem, thanks to a gigantic nest at the top of a tree. For some reason, the military is brought in to deal with the problem the only way they know how – with a flamethrower.
We couldn’t imagine who could ever eat one of these intricate caramel lollipops after seeing the work the vendor puts into making one. Then we remembered that kids only see in shades of sugar.