China From Above

Filmmaker Stef Hoffer posted a video of a bird’s-eye aerial footage taken with a DJI Phantom 4 drone hovering over China to show the spectacular diversity of landscapes around the country.

World’s Largest Ship Elevator

The world’s largest ship elevator at the Three Gorges Dam opened in Yichang City, China. The elevator can lift vessels up to 112 meter (370 ft) and is set to increase the shipping capacity past the dam by six million tons a year. The 167 meter-high (550 ft) structure is able to lift vessels carrying… Continue reading World’s Largest Ship Elevator

Anti-Smog Giant Water Cannon

Chinese cities are buying these $93,000 anti-smog machines that looks like a cannon to fight pollution. Chinese government officials are looking for different ways to deal with the growing smog, and one of the solutions is the giant water cannons. According to Quartz reports that the giant water cannons helps to take out the smallest smog particles, which are among… Continue reading Anti-Smog Giant Water Cannon

World’s Longest Glass Suspension Bridge

It’s called Haohan Qiao, Brave Men’s Bridge in English. The 300-meter-long (984 feet) structure is now officially the longest glass suspension bridge in the world. The glass walkway suspended a stomach-flipping 180 meters (590 feet) above ground, hanging between two cliffs at Hunan’s Shiniuzhai National Geological Park in south china. The bridge was originally made of wood, but engineers began… Continue reading World’s Longest Glass Suspension Bridge

Shanghai In Reverse

“Walk in Shanghai” is a reversed time-lapse film created by media artist JT Singh that takes you on a tour of Shanghai’s urban streets. This mesmerizing short video features a man walking through the streets of Shanghai normally with people walking backwards. But the truth is that he is walking backwards, and the film is being played in… Continue reading Shanghai In Reverse

World’s Largest Glass Walkway Opens in China

The horseshoe-shaped glass walkway in Chongqing extends 87.5ft from the edge of a cliff, allowing visitors to feel as though they are walking on air with the valley floor 2,350ft below their feet. Located in the Longgang National Geological Park in south-west China, the bridge has been named Yuanduan, meaning ‘at the end of the… Continue reading World’s Largest Glass Walkway Opens in China