A man was spotted driving a topless van made by himself on the street in Chongqing.
A total of 30 first-grade students and their parents walked the red carpet to school in formal wear at the primary school in Luoyang.
An ice cream chain store in Shanghai was selling 3-D printed ice creams portraying Japanese wartime prime minister Hideki Tojo.
Who would have thought you could make a hotpot out of paper? Well, that's what an innovative restaurant in Shanghai is doing.
A boy accidentally lost his footing and tore a hole in a famous painting valued at $1.5 million dollars while visiting a gallery in Taiwan.
Citizens in Chengdu, Sichuan province have been spotted sporting quirky antenna hairpins.
Tourists have a strange habit of throwing coins at historical relics or bodies of water, but this habit can sometimes be harmful to the scenic spots they visit.
An increasing number of Chinese have been making use of the roofs of modern buildings, like this "sky farm" built on the rooftop of a 4-storey shopping mall in Hefei.
A copper statue combining both animals, with a bear trapped under the body of a bull has drawn a crowd of onlookers in Xiamen, with some people even burning incense before it to pray for good luck after the Chinese stock market saw a sharp fall.
A grandmother in Chengdu who has taken up pole-dancing is living proof that life doesn't have to grind to a halt when you're old.
A woman has paid millions of RMB to put up a "marry me" ad posted at a bus stop in Xiangyang, Hubei province.
Four taxi drivers have formed a band in Changchun, Jilin province, with the oldest member being 58 years old.