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This Video Makes It Feel Like You're Teleporting Through Shanghai

Video: Shanghai is a city that’s as chaotic and as busy as you’d expect from a place with a population of nearly 25 million people. This frenetic video, which runs through Shanghai as if it were teleporting all over the city, gives you a glimpse of what life is like beyond its iconic skyline and tourist attractions by focusing in on the local people of the city.

Doctor Strange Gets China Release Date, Confirming That Erasing Tibet Worked

Doctor Strange has gotten heavy criticism for its decision to change The Ancient One’s ethnicity from Tibetan to Celtic, essentially whitewashing the character. But the issue was also about removing Tibet from the title character’s origin to avoid offending China, and secure the film’s release there. Turns out it worked — Doctor Strange will arrive in China on November 4, the same day it’s opening in the US.

The Process Of Making These Rare Traditional Noodles Is Fascinating

Video: These traditional Chinese Suomian noodles have been made in Nanshan Village for over 300 years, and supposedly there are only 300 people left in the world who know how to make them. That’s because the process of making these noodles is a little bit more unique than making your typical noodles — it can sometimes look more like doing laundry or weaving tapestry than making food.

Giant Rockslide Slams Into Park Just Days Before Opening

Just days before it was scheduled to open, a park in Rizhao, China, was severely damaged when the north slope of the mountain right next to it suddenly collapsed.

China Powers Up The World's Largest Alien-Hunting Telescope

You had a good run Arecibo, but there’s a new big dog in town. China has switched on the massive dish that now officially holds the record for the world’s largest single-aperture telescope. Among other things, researchers hope it will provide a big boost in the hunt for extraterrestrial life.

The World's Largest Elevator Can Lift 3000 Tonnes Of Ship

Video: There are a lot of logistical problems that pop up when you build a 181m structure like the Three Gorges Dam in China’s Hubei province. For example, how do ships navigate the sudden extreme difference in water heights on either side of the dam? That’s an easy one. You just build the world’s largest elevator capable of lifting 3 million kilograms of boat and water.

China Would Like Superhero Films To Stop Pandering And Actually Give Chinese Actors Substantial Roles

The box office trends of the last few years have made abundantly clear that would-be winter blockbusters are reliant on China for their profits. And one way these movies try to get the upper hand in that market is by putting a famous Chinese face in the movie, usually or about two seconds. China has noticed.

Inflatable Moon And A Typhoon Joined Forces To Destroy This City

Video: As typhoon Meranti inches closer to China, the category 5 tropical cyclone could produce 370km/h winds causing untold millions in damage. And to make matters even worse, it has apparently now joined forces with the moon in the city of Fuzhou to wreak even more havoc.

The US And China Have Officially Ratified The Paris Climate Change Agreement

In what’s being seen as a huge step forward in the effort to curb climate-warming emissions, the United States and China have ratified the Paris global climate agreement. Other countries are now expected to follow suit.

Jason Bourne 3D Is Making People Sick

Shaky-cam is already hard enough to watch. Is it a terrible idea to put it in 3D? Yep, it is.

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