These are China's weirdest monumentsS

There's nothing like a huge, diverse nation with a tumultuous history to bring on the weirdness. Here are a few of our favorite incredibly strange monuments that could only exist in China . . . or maybe the American midwest. But we'll save the latter for another day. For now, enjoy this gallery of eastern oddities.

Toilet Seat Waterfall, Foshan

These are China's weirdest monuments

The 100m long and 5m tall waterfall is made from thousands of toilet seats, sinks and urinals.

(via Damn Cool Pictures)


Transformers in Beijing

These are China's weirdest monumentsS

Bi Heng, a Chinese arts student, made this 2 ton weigh and almost 10 m tall robot. The materials came from an old Chinese military vehicle, the Jiefang CA10.

(via Yeinjee)


The "Ring of Life", Fushun

These are China's weirdest monumentsS

This 157 m tall ring is made from 3000 tons of steel, and decorated with 12,000 LED lights. Because why not?

(via wordlesstech)


Kissing dinosaurs, Erenhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

These are China's weirdest monumentsS

In the border town between Mongolia and China there are two Brontosauruses are kissing above the highway.

(via AsiaObscura and Phineas Fogg Fan Club)


"Out of body experience", Kunming

These are China's weirdest monuments

Designed by Luo Xu and erected in 2012.

(via Danwei)


Very friendly pigs in Zhengzhou

These are China's weirdest monuments

(via Sina Weibo)


Computer mouse statue, in the Tech quarter of Xi'an

These are China's weirdest monuments

About time this humble piece of technology got its own statue.

(via Adventures in Architecture)


Optimus Prime autobot in Yunnan

These are China's weirdest monumentsS

The 12 m high sculpture welcomes truck factory laborers to work.

(via Proud To Be Geek)


The biggest bowl of Lanzhou Beef Noodle ever, Lanzhou

These are China's weirdest monuments

Nom!

(via news.163.com)


BMW Z4 statue in Beijing

These are China's weirdest monumentsS

(via Jalopnik)


Lao-Tzu in Shuzou

These are China's weirdest monumentsS

Erected in 2012.

(via Shanghaiist)