Zhu Baobing, a farmer from Guli township, Changshu city, East China's Jiangsu province, prepares to hold four bikes, which are tied together, on his chin during an evening gala held by China Central Television in his hometown, May 30, 2011. The man, who can hold up four bikes or 18 wooden benches on his chin, was dubbed "China's First Jaw" by local residents.
Wang Yong plays erhu, a traditional Chinese instrument, and balances a stick on his jaw while standing barefoot on the blade of two kitchen knives, in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, June 16, 2011. As a master of several unique skills, Wang, who owns a supermarket in Nantong, came to Nanjing hoping to find someone who would recognize his talents and hire him.
Wu Baoxin, 60, prepares for his performance of pulling two cars with just his fingers at a square in Jiaozuo, Central China's Henan province, June 16, 2011. Wearing a pair of iron shoes which weigh 128 kg, Wu dragged two cars, weighing 2 tons in total, three meters by two fingers. The man himself weighs less than 60 kg.
Bao Xishun, a 2.36-meter-high herdsman from North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, appears at the opening of a flagship bathroom store in Haikou, South China’s Hainan province, June 12, 2011. The 60-year-old has been recognized by Guinness World Records as one of the world's tallest living men.