33yr-old broken robot. Attempting self-repair. Need money for parts and fuel. 22027 USA.

29th March 2014

Photoset reblogged from SAD_CYBORG with 38,904 notes

mingsonjia:

冬日莫愁湖

Winter Scenery of Mochou Lake, Nanjing City, China 

Tagged: Chinagrayfogsnowarchitecture

Source: mingsonjia

20th March 2014

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land-city:

Kert Gartner | Flickr
China

Tagged: Kert GartnerChinainfrared film

Source: lvndcity

19th March 2014

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Inspired by model operas, Vogue China created the military themed editorial “A Fashion Revolution” for the April 2010 issue, with photographer Quentin Shih (Shi Xiao Fan), fashion editor Ling Wu, and model Du Juan

Photo source: Quentin Shih’s website

via Asian Models Blog, Fashion Gone Rogue

Tagged: Quentin ShihShi Xiao FanLing WuDu JuanfashionuniformChina

Source: orientallyyours

12th March 2014

Link with 1 note

Welcome to The World's Largest Ghost City: Ordos, China →

Tagged: ChinaOrdosKangbashi New Areaempty

24th January 2014

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Chinese president inspires bun song →

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to a fast-food restaurant last month was reported across the globe, and has now inspired a song too, it’s reported.

Because China.

Tagged: ChinaXi Jinpingpork bunbaosongwut

17th January 2014

Photo reblogged from UNTITLED ARCHIVE ⌦ with 560 notes

wideangle:

完全にSFだ スモッグが酷いためお日様が見えない北京にて、巨大LEDスクリーンの映像で代用 (via Twitter / Kelangdbn: 完全にSFだ スモッグが酷いためお日様が見えない北京にて、巨 …)

wideangle:

完全にSFだ スモッグが酷いためお日様が見えない北京にて、巨大LEDスクリーンの映像で代用 (via Twitter / Kelangdbn: 完全にSFだ スモッグが酷いためお日様が見えない北京にて、巨 …)

Tagged: BeijingsmogpollutiondystopiancyberpunkChina

Source: wideangle

8th December 2013

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losed:

Ian Teh
The destroyed old city Wanzhou, China

losed:

Ian Teh

The destroyed old city Wanzhou, China

Tagged: Ian TehrubbledebrisgrayWanzhouChina

Source: sickpage

12th November 2013

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de-la-ciudad:

Hefei, China
by Dominic de Luca

de-la-ciudad:

Hefei, China

by Dominic de Luca

Tagged: Dominic de LucaChinaHefeismogpollutionpopulation density

Source: de-la-ciudad

17th August 2013

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ethertune:

By Miss Jo|我是周小姐

ethertune:

By Miss Jo|我是周小姐

Tagged: population densitysnowChina

Source: ethertune

17th August 2013

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axiatonal:

Canola Flowers Field, China

axiatonal:

Canola Flowers Field, China

Tagged: Chinayellow

Source: ovadiaandsons

8th June 2013

Photoset reblogged from pretty sins and gold with 6,784 notes

Fenghuang (Hunan), 2009
by Yves Andre

Tagged: Yves AndreChinaHunanFenghuanglantern

Source: foxmouth

29th May 2013

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That one week when The Onion's theme was that they had been bought by a gigantic Chinese industrial/fishing concern is still one of my favorite things they’ve ever done.

[Yu Wan Mei]

Tagged: The OnionChinaYu Wan MeiYu Wan Mei Amalgamated Salvage Fisheries and Polymer Injection Group

3rd May 2013

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jamespoynton:

Lu Guang’s The Polluted Landscape: the camera never lies, even in China - audio slideshow

jamespoynton:

Lu Guang’s The Polluted Landscape: the camera never lies, even in China - audio slideshow

Tagged: Lu GuangChinapollutionbrown

Source: jamespoynton

27th April 2013

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mister-nobody:

Nadav Kander - Yangtze: The Long River (2009-12)

“Finishing Yangtze: The Long River required three years and five trips to China, ‘a place that is moving and changing so fast that it can only be unnatural,’ [Kander] said.

In 2005, around the time Mr. Kander started thinking about the project, he was intrigued by China’s rapid growth and constant change. ‘It was a place that I wanted to stand in,’ he said.

The Yangtze, flowing nearly 4,000 miles from Qinghai Province to the East China Sea, seemed a natural yet challenging path to trace.

‘I love the metaphor of water,’ Mr. Kander said. ‘Like life, like humanness, it becomes a cloud. It’s an ever-changing cycle. I find it comforting.’

Because what he was seeing wasn’t so much about China — grand structures or tourist vistas — as it was about compassion. He saw a beauty in the moments he witnessed, as people lived out their daily lives and traditions in circumstances so much different from his own.

‘It’s much more about what you don’t show than what you do show,’ he said. ‘I think work that asks you to question what more there is is much more interesting.’”

Tagged: Nadav KanderYangtze: The Long RiverYangtze RiverriverChina

Source: likeafieldmouse

27th April 2013

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Tagged: An Idiot AbroadCarl PilkingtonpollutionChina

Source: thegoodthing