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Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese

Farmer Wu Yulu, 48, rides in a cart pulled by his walking robot

Farmer Wu Yulu, 48, rides in a cart pulled by his walking robot

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Take a look what chinese people can invent for their everyday need. Farmer Wu Yulu, 48, rides in a cart pulled by his walking robot. Hobby inventor Wu, who started to build robots in 1986, has invented 47 robots with different functions like jump, paint, drink, pull cart, massage, and help cooking.

Farmer Wu Yulu, Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese

Farmer Wu Yulu, 48, rides in a cart pulled by his walking robot

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Miniature submarine Xiaguang V

Miniature submarine Xiaguang V

A local farmer Li Yuming works on his unfinished miniature submarine Xiaguang V, which is 3-metre long, 1.2-metre in height, has a maximum diving depth of 20 metres, and can hold two adults and one child at the same time.

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Chinese farmer Yang Youde pushes his homemade cannon

Chinese farmer Yang Youde pushes his homemade cannon

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Chinese farmer Yang Youde pushes his homemade cannon

Chinese farmer Yang Youde pushes his homemade cannon

Chinese farmer Yang Youde pushes his homemade cannon. Yang’s cannon, which is made out of a wheelbarrow, pipes and firing rockets, is used to defend his fields against property developers who wants his land.

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese

A child rides a specially constructed ice-chair on the frozen Houhai Lake in Beijing

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese

Gao Hanjie installs the rotor blades on his homemade helicopter, which is 6-meter-long and 350kg

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese

Lei Zhiqian rides a modified bicycle across the Hanjiang River

Lei Zhiqian rides a modified bicycle across the Hanjiang River. The bicycle, equipped with eight empty water containers at the bottom, was modified by Lei’s instructor Li Weiguo, who hopes to put his invention into the market

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Ding Shilu, an automobile mechanic, sits in his self-made aircraft

Ding Shilu, an automobile mechanic, sits in his self-made aircraft

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Ding Shilu, an automobile mechanic, sits in his self-made aircraft

Ding Shilu, an automobile mechanic, sits in his self-made aircraft

Ding Shilu, an automobile mechanic, sits in his self-made aircraft. The aircraft which weights about 130 kg (287 lbs) and made of recycled materials including three motorbike engines and plastic cloth, cost about 2600 yuan ($395).

Weird Inventions Made by the Chinese. Zhang Yali, 49, tests a giant bicycle designed and made by him and his friends

Zhang Yali, 49, tests a giant bicycle designed and made by him and his friends

Zhang Yali, 49, tests a giant bicycle designed and made by him and his friends

Zhang Yali, 49, tests a giant bicycle designed and made by him and his friends

Zhang Yali, 49, tests a giant bicycle designed and made by him and his friends. The 3.2-metre-high and 5.5-metre-long three-seated giant bicycle, weighing over one tonne, cost Zhang more over 20,000 yuan (3,156 USD). Zhang spent two months making this bike as a gift for his son, a 25-year-old part-time cartoonist.

A self-styled Chinese inventor tests his homemade helicopter

A self-styled Chinese inventor tests his homemade helicopter

A self-styled Chinese inventor tests his homemade helicopter. Yu Jun follows in the footsteps of his younger brother who lost his life in a national park in central China at the end of a 20 year search for the legendary Bigfoot, and intends to continue the quest from the sky. Without any formal education in aerospace science, Yu Jun spent five years constructing the helicopter from spare parts belonging to a dilapidated Lada automobile (in back).

The unicycle was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor Li Yongli who called it the number one vehicle in the world

The unicycle was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor Li Yongli who called it the number one vehicle in the world

The unicycle was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor Li Yongli who called it the number one vehicle in the world

The unicycle was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor Li Yongli who called it the number one vehicle in the world

Tao Xiangli stands beside his homemade submarine

Tao Xiangli stands beside his homemade submarine

Tao Xiangli stands beside his homemade submarine. The amateur inventor says his submarine is made from old oil barrels but fully functional with a periscope, depth control tanks, electric motors and two propellers.

Han Yuzi, 63, inventor, holds up one of his creations, a hair comb that doubles as a small hand-held musical instrument

Han Yuzi, 63, inventor

Han Yuzi, 63, inventor, holds up one of his creations, a hair comb that doubles as a small hand-held musical instrument. The instrument measures 126.2 mm in length, 48.6 mm in width and weighs 68 grams.

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