It's a common occurrence: you're out and about and really want a live Shanghai Hairy Crab. But there are no open stores to buy one from! What's a hungry crab fan to do?
Last week we reported on Chinese smuggling rings that buy up iPhones to sell for a big profit in China, but now that the iPhone is finally officially sold at Chinese Apple stores, the problem only seems to have gotten worse.
Early morning visitors to Apple stores in New York City are often greeted by an interesting sight: a line of Asian folks, usually Chinese, of all ages and persuasions. Why are they there? To make a quick buck buying a Chinese-made product and smuggling it back to China.
Before Japan became a tech giant, it was known for cheap gadgets that imitated Western products, now China is morphing at super speed from bootleg device maker to inadvertent innovator with the debut of its fake Nokia called the N-Kia E68.
Think back to the last time you were in some bad traffic. Now imagine said traffic lasting for nine days, with drivers living off food they've bought from road-side stalls that have quadrupled their prices as cars wait in a procession that spans 62 miles. Yeah, it's happening in China right now.
Aircraft carriers such as the USS George Washington supercarrier (pictured) represent the American Navy's most formidable force, able to overwhelm any target on land, in the air, or at sea. Now, the Dong Feng 21D anti-ship missile could change everything.
China is hoping to complete a massive rail network that would help the country cut down on pollution in addition to moving folks around on trains that are as fast as jets. To get them going that fast, though, Chinese engineers are considering a special tunnel system.
Do you hate waiting behind a bus as it loads and unloads? Well, friend, does China have the craziest solution for you! A Chinese company is looking to build buses so big cars can drive right under them, which will ease congestion. The company is serious about it, too.
Standing roughly 33 feet tall and weighing 6 tons, this Optimus Prime replica located at Beijing, China's Olympic Park may but look a bit funky, but in an epic robot battle I'd want this one on my side.
A team at China's Southeast University in Nanjing have beat the Large Hadron Collider to creating a black hole. While it won't destroy the world (we hope), it acts in a similar fashion to a black hole, trapping all the electromagnetic waves that approach it and spiraling them inward.