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8. Farmer Wu Yulu, 48, operates his walking robot near his home in a village at the outskirts of Beijing. He displayed more than 30 of his robots during the Shanghai World Expo 2010.

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9. A woman rides an unicycle at a park in Shanghai February 28, 2004. The unicycle was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor Li Yongli who called it “the number one vehicle in the world”.

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10. Ding Shilu, an automobile mechanic, carries out a test-flight for his self-made aircraft at a frozen reservoir in Shenyang, Liaoning province February 25, 2011. 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)

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11. People look at a self-made replica of Lamborghini Reventon in Suqian, Jiangsu province, August 30, 2012. Wang Jian, who worked at a garage for more than a decade, built a replica of Lamborghini Reventon with a second-hand Nissan and Santana. This self-made roadster cost Wang around 60,000 RMB ($9,450) and can reach a maximum speed of 160mph, according to local media’s reports. Picture taken August 30, 2012.

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12. Hand built by a man in the city of Zhoukou, in China’s Henan province, the astonishingly detailed dragon bike is seven metres long and took five months to create.The vehicle has been designed to mimic the action of the mythical Chinese dragon. When it’s in motion, the tail and the claws sway from side to side.

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13. Chinese inventor Yang Zongfu made this six-ton ball named “Noah’s Ark of China.” The ball reportedly can house 3 people and will store enough food to last them 10 months. Think he’s predicting the apocalypse? Zongfu made headlines while testing his mobile disaster shelter. The inventor rolled down a hill, into a lake and even set the thing on fire. Here, he celebrates his survival.

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14. Looks like someone outgrew their tricycle! Zhang Yali tests a giant bicycle he made in Jinlin Province, China. The bike definitely resembles a homemade batmobile.

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