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Most people would struggle to do a normal handstand, but meet Ting Ting Fu. This petite Chinese acrobat is absolutely amazing with her one arm balancing act.
Check out her one-arm handstand presses combined with all those acrobatic contortion moves.
I guess she has been training 8 hours a day since 2 years old haha! Amazingly she does not have huge muscles and still looks feminine. Wonder if it’s a real video? If so, has to be the coolest acrobatic act you’ve ever seen, right?
Art can be created in many ways. From the traditional oil painting to modern arch to hip hop graffiti to yummy food decoration, art becomes the very part of our lives. Even I have my own way of creating arts – by writing! Now the kind of art I’m going to show you is unbelievably created!
Mona Lisa(La Gioconda)
What do you need when you are sleepy at work? What do you seek for when you are playing basketball and chewing something makes you focus? What do you look for when you realised your breath is not exactly “fresh”?
Yeap! You need a chewing gum. Chewy, minty, flavoury and in some way, cool. Chewing gums has been around for ages! In fact, during the olden times, people started chewing on leaves and plants. That is way, way back then. OK, Let’s not get too far now.
One of the first chewing gums I ever chewed on is Extra chewing gum. It has been around since 1984, making its name as the first sugar-free chewing gum in the market. Recently, I saw Extra’s TV commercial and I simply love it! Then I searched in Youtube for more of the similar ads and I got seven of it!
The most complex shadow puppet I’ve ever pulled off was something that looked like a slightly deranged bunny rabbit. Like most of you, I’ll still throw up the occasional the lame quacking duck when I happen to be strategically positioned during a Power Point presentation, but all of that pales in comparison to Raymond Crowe.
This guy takes the idea of shadow puppets to a whole new level with this piece to “A Wonderful World”.
Amazing, isn’t it?
Check out this cool new concept car from Swiss car maker Rinspeed. It’s called the sQuba, and on the surface, it looks like an ordinary luxury sports car. But it’s special. For one, it doesn’t need a driver. It can drive itself! The car has a high-tech laser sensor system that allows it to “see” the road and avoid hitting obstacles like trees and innocent pedestrians.
A self-driving car should be impressive enough, but this car can do much more. The most amazing thing about the sQuba is that, as the name implies, it can go underwater! Once submerged, it can “fly” around like a little submarine. How cool is that? Sounds like the perfect car, right?