Shenzhen UFO Flying Saucer Technology Drone
There’s this UFO orb captured by a US spy plane, and then Shenzhen UFO Flying Saucer Technology’s manned drone-like craft. This eVTOL features six ducts around the cockpit that house a total of 12 propellers for maximium stability and equal weight distribution. A full charge is good for 15-minutes of flight time and enables the UFO to reach a maximum altitude of 656 feet, traveling at speeds of up to 31 mph.

China C919 Aircraft First Commercial Flight
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China’s self-developed C919 large passenger aircraft has successfully completed its first commercial flight, operated by China Eastern Airlines. MU191 took off at 10:32am local time from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport with a total of 128 passengers on board and it arrived in Beijing at 12:31 pm, marking its official entry into the civil aviation market.

Chinese Academy of Sciences Rocket Vertical Landing
Watch out SpaceX, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) rocket successfully completed a vertical landing test at sea in in Haiyang, East China’s Shandong Province. The prototype managed to fly at an altitude of over 1,000 meters (3,281 feet) before descending into a smooth hover. It then decelerated using engine reverse thrust and touched down steadily with a landing precision of under 10 meters (33 feet).