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Lao-tzu's long history

Displayed is a paper-cut artwork measuring eight meters long at a tourism exhibition in Zhengzhou, Henan Province on Monday. The paper-cut, which depicts the four masterpieces of Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu, took the artist 40 days to complete.
Source: IC | 2018/6/4 18:18:40

Balance for the record books

Samuel Volery performs a record-breaking slackline walk above Zurich, Switzerland on May 26. Volery broke two records: walking 21,200 meters over 3 days, and 8,000 meters back and forth on a 100-meter-high line
Source: IC | 2018/6/3 18:48:39

Sacred light

A glory, an optical phenomenon, is visible on Friday at Qiyun Mountain, a sacred Daoist mountain located in East China's Anhui Province.
Source: IC | 2018/6/3 18:43:40

Close call

A hospital X-ray (above) shows the skull of Mohammad Taraque (below), 24, after it was pierced by an iron rod during a car accident in Kolkata, India. He was released Tuesday
Source: IC | 2018/5/31 19:18:40

Bushy bears

Panda-shaped topiary grow in a green-belt median in Qingdao, East China's Shandong Province on Wednesday.
Source: VCG | 2018/5/31 19:13:41

Cheesy event

Competitors take part in the annual cheese rolling competition at Cooper's Hill in Brockworth, Gloucestershire, the UK on Monday.
Source: VCG | 2018/5/30 0:03:43

Prickly pics

Tourists take photos of a giant cactus with blossoming flowers in Neijiang, Southwest China's Sichuan Province on Monday.
Source: VCG | 2018/5/30 0:03:43

Heaven's door

An eight-meter-tall yellow door and frame top a building as part of an art installation in Nan'an district of Chongqing, China on Monday. The portal to nowhere is nicknamed “heaven's door” among locals.
Source: IC | 2018/5/29 19:08:40

Heads of the class

Sculptures by this year's graduating class of the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts are displayed at the school on Tuesday. Among them are the likenesses of pop singer Jacky Cheung and NBA legend Yao Ming, as well as some of China's latest internet celebrities.
Source: IC | 2018/5/29 19:08:39

Milking profits

Pictured are two women holding a shirt made from waste milk by Italian start-up DueDiLatte. The milk is collected from production centers and fibers are created from extracted proteins to make T-shirts for sale online.
Source: IC | 2018/5/28 18:58:39

Bungee biker

A man readies for a bungee jump from the glass skywalk at Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Hunan Province during a bungee competition held there on Saturday.
Source: IC | 2018/5/28 18:53:40

Plastic surgery

Nandi, a 7-year-old bull, sits before he underwent a successful operation to remove 187 kilograms of consumed plastic waste from his stomach in Pune, India on April 29
Source: IC | 2018/5/27 19:08:39

One look says a lot

A tufted capuchin, a New World primate from South America recognized for its distinctive head coloration and shape, sticks out its tongue at the Tianjin Zoo in Tianjin, China on Friday.
Source: IC | 2018/5/27 19:03:39

Rare pair

Pictured is a pair of incredibly rare reindeer twins born in Scotland – the first pair to survive in the UK and only the second known case in the world. The adorable duo were born at the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre – which is home to Britain's only free-roaming herd of reindeer
Source: IC | 2018/5/24 19:18:41

Chorus line

Members of slacklining band HouleDouse perform across 1,400-meter-high cliffs on Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie, Central China's Hunan Province on Wednesday. The stunt marked the band's first show in Asia.
Source: IC | 2018/5/24 19:18:40

Clouded vision

Pictured is art installation Crystal Cloud, made from thousands of beads, on a terraced field in La Pan Tan commune, Mu Cang Chai, Vietnam, on Tuesday.
Source: IC | 2018/5/23 20:23:40

Ancient armor

Pictured are pieces of armor dating to the Qin Dynasty (221BC-206BC). The weapons were restored by Mao Naimin of Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, whose works are included in the Emperor Qinshihuang Mausoleum Site Museum
Source: IC | 2018/5/23 20:18:40

'Travel' group

Pictured on Monday is a series of sculptures of the character from the hit Japanese game Travel Frog installed in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province on Monday.
Source: VCG | 2018/5/22 19:58:40