Pawel Kuczynski: Satirical Art From Poland

On June 11, 2014 by Tim Newman

You know how some people say that they like art that makes them think? Well, in general I’m the opposite. I don’t want to have to switch my brain on if I’m looking...

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Video: Car In China Hit By Landslide

On July 31, 2013 by Tim Newman

This amazing footage shows a car getting nailed by a landslide in China last year; amazingly none of the occupants of the vehicle were hurt. Lucky. China has more than its fair share of...

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Macau – A Small But Rich Territory

On July 14, 2013 by Tim Newman

Macau, or Macao, is another place in the world I hadn’t heard of until recently. Some wonderful person from Macau accidentally clicked on the other day and my curiosity got the better...

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Clearing Out China’s Yellow River Of Silt

On July 9, 2013 by Tim Newman

These incredible pictures were taken at Xiao Lang Di Dam on the Yellow River in Jiyuan, Central China’s Henan province. Silt builds up in massive amounts and has to be periodically cleared. They adjust...

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Incredible Algae Covered Beach In Qingdao, China

On July 7, 2013 by Tim Newman

These aren’t exactly images of the sort of tropical beach you might want to hang out at, it looks more like the bog of eternal stench. But this Chinese algae jungle has become...

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Toddler Caught By Pedestrians As She Plummets To Ground In China

On June 22, 2013 by Tim Newman

Chinese central state television – CCTV- recently aired this mad footage of the rescue of a two-and-a-half-year-old girl who fell from a window. Delivery men stood waiting below as she dangled from the...

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Depressing Footage From Inside A Chinese Factory

On May 14, 2013 by Tim Newman

This video makes even my mundane job look like a blissful walk across white sands with a pint of Guinness in each hand. This is just a short clip of factory life in China. Dark...

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Defiant Chinese Man’s Frozen Waterfall Rebellion

On May 12, 2013 by Tim Newman

Mr Wen Shu, 58, lives in Jilin City, in northwestern China in an apartment block. He’s lived there for 35 years. He was asked to move out by developers who wanted to build a...

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Chinese Kids Climbing Cliffs To Get To School

On April 3, 2013 by Tim Newman

In my youth, I would do anything I could to get out of an arduous day of school. A slightly icy path, an untied shoelace, a rumbling tummy, or a subtle headache would...

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