Chinese street food never ceases to impress, and it is one of the most abundant sources of weirdness. Apparently, people used to resort to roasted scorpions so they wouldn’t starve back in the day,
We know what you’re thinking: an organ!? Those were our exact thoughts when our friends over at Kulangsu informed us that they intended to use the translation Kulangsu Organ Center –
Forget everything you’d expect from a vending machine. Chips, soda, and candy? Too basic for China. They seem to have the urge to step their game up in everything, including the assortment of their vending machines.
Who would’ve thought that people would end up paying to be buried in the sand!? In China, burying a person in the sand is referred to as sand therapy,
As confusing as the headline may be, the purpose of this challenge seems to be quite straightforward: if you can reach your belly button around your back, you’ve met yet another newly acquired Chinese beauty requirement.
Um… Before you order in a restaurant in China, perhaps you should make it clear that you would like the regular menu, not the ones for cannibals. What we could assume is that this meal is a Valentine’s day special,
In China, they seem to take their napping time very seriously. No matter where you are, or what you’re doing between the hours of 12 and 2 in the afternoon,
Have you ever had chicken so good that you thought to yourself: This chicken deserves a medal? Well, here’s chicken that has earned and proudly showed off its medals!
While in the rest of the world (or at least most of it), cockroaches cause no other reaction but disgust, in China they’re highly appreciated. In fact, in the city of Xichang,