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Ready to move on from not so challenging forest trails? If you're a thrill seeker there's Mt. Huashan in China. It's basically a terrifying cliff-side mountain climb that leads daring visitors to a tea house 2,160 m (7,087 ft) up on the mountain's southern peak. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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It's the weekend, so why not end it with another round of bizarre, yet real, photos currently trending on the internet. This time, it's a set of weird childhood photos from none other than...you guessed it: China. First up, we have a gigantic child man wearing a suit that's about 20-sizes too big. Continue reading for more.

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Professional crane operator Wei Gensheng decided to show the world a new perspective of Shanghai while working on the second tallest building in the world. He captured these standing 2,000-feet above the city. When the skyscaper is completed next year, it will stand 2,073 feet tall, right behind Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai. Floors from 84-110 will be reserved for Shanghai Jin Jiang Hotel, set to be the world's highest hotel. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how real men deal with massive spiders in Australia.

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Another week, another batch of fake and knockoff items from China. This time, we have a bizarre selection of products, including an iPhone stove, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Tarzan Edition, Street Blaster V Turbo, and a bizarre Snickers-like Peanutopolis candy bar. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an espresso shot like you've never seen before.

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You know you've arrived in China, when...street vendors are peddling knockoff phones such as the one you see above, from Nokla. Unfortunately, that is one of the more normal things you'll see in the country, as the products and stores only get more bizarre from here on out. Continue reading to see them all.

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China has successfully launched Chang'e-3, a Long March rocket, on a mission to the moon, carrying a lunar rover called Jade Rabbit. The rover itself can be compared to a small camping trailer, weighing just over 300 pounds. The mission will consist of analyzing rocks and soil, mapping the landing area, and making astronomical observations using an optical telescope and ultraviolet cameras. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Zheng Chunhui, a skilled artist from China, recently unveiled the world's longest wooden sculpture, which measures this 40 -feet (12.286 meters) in length. He spent approximately 4-years carving the piece and it's based on a famous painting called "Along the River During the Qingming Festival" - a historical holiday reserved to celebrate past ancestors that falls on the 104th day after the winter solstice. Continue reading for more pictures.

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The attraction you see above is situated 4700-feet above sea level on the side of the Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China. This 200-foot long bridge joins the west cliff at the Yunmeng Fairy Summit, the summit of Tianmen Mountain and Zhang Jiajie. Continue reading to see more weird and extreme bridges from around the world.

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He Yide, nicknamed "Duoduo," is an extreme 5-year-old, as he's supposedly flown a plane, reportedly earning himself a world record for youngest pilot ever. Yide is reporeted to have completed a 35-minute flight at Beijing Wildlife Park in China on Saturday after hours and hours of private flying lessons. According to his father, He Liesheng, it was all Duoduo's hard work and aircraft know-how: "His first flight was very successful and he wasn't scared at all." Continue reading for a video.

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You read that right, a group of adventurers discovered a cave system so massive that it even has its own weather system, complete with wispy clouds and lingering fog. Expert cavers have explored some of the vast caverns in the Chongquing province of China and have taken the first-ever photographs of the natural wonder. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and information.

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