Chinese printed car for 1770 dollars

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3D-printing technology is improving every day. Sanya Sihai company from the Chinese city Sanya introduced electric car of its own design, and most of the body parts are printed. The cost – 1770 US dollars.

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Floating City on the coast of China

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Eco Atlantis – it’s a project designed by the architectural firm AT Design Office commissioned by the Chinese company China Communications Construction Company. Something like we saw in the movie “The Fifth Element” (1997). But who knows – maybe in ten years it will not look fantastic?

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Fabulous Chinese rivers turn into toxic waste

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China is gradually turning into an industrial country. Water in rivers is toxic. Looks can be unusual, but after swimming in some waters you can easily grow a tail. River is so impregnated with chemicals that lights up when cigarette is thrown into them.

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China owner smashes up his Maserati in protest

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A wealthy Chinese Maserati owner hired four sledgehammer-wielding men to smash up his USD 420,000 supercar in protest over poor customer service.The car owner, identified only by his surname Wang, had the group attack the Maserati Quattroporte at the opening of an auto show in the eastern city of Qingdao in Shandong province.Problems first arose when he took it back to the dealer for an unspecified repair, with staff charging him for new spare parts despite using used ones.It later failed to fix a problem with a door and scratched the vehicle, he added.

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Milk river

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It’s not milk. It is a natural latex. Natural latex has contaminated about two kilometers stretch of river Quxi in Wenzhou city in southeast China, turning it into a “milk river”. Layer of white oily substance floating on the surface of the river. The local environmental organization “Office Protection” blamed for the pollution trading company that loads and unloads the latex on the river. Local press described the situation even more surprising: “… the polluter has been identified as a natural emulsion … milky white color … contains no biochemical toxins. ” Earlier this year, pollution in the southern region of China have caused a panic that provoked strong demand for bottled water. At that time the river had a large amount of cadmium.

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