Ramiro Hinojas, 46, a traffic cop dances while giving directions to vehicles along a busy street of Manila, lighten the mood of drivers and commuters.
Wearing a powered suit of armor, Wang Kang stuns his office colleagues in Shanghai with his homemade Iron Man costume on June 3, 2011. Despite winning praise from his colleagues and supervisor for strutting through the office dressed as a superhero, the company’s security guard ordered the 25-year-old to lay down his outfit at first.
The Apple logo has been shaved into the hair of five-year-old boy Taotao, who plays computer games inside a shop in Qianxiang county, Dongyang city, Zhejiang province, on June 6, 2011.
June seems to be a perfect time for both office workers and students to relieve stress. As schools wind up for the summer, in the middle of the year, some interesting and fun ways of "stress-releasing" can inspire readers to find their own creative way of relieving stress.
The snack is traditionally eaten during Dragon Boat Festival, or Duanwu Festival, which falls on the fifth day of the fifth month on the Chinese lunar calendar.
Riding horses to work may be the answer to frustrated car owners in traffic-trapped cities such as Beijing.
Chinese artist Ju Duoqi produces a sculpture made entirely of Chinese cabbage in Beijing in this photo released on June 2, 2011.Ju calls her project "The Fantasies of Chinese Cabbage."
Street cleaner Zhang Xiufang earned overnight fame from a web poster where she displayed her unique broom skills.
A man is snapped riding an electric bicycle with his legs crossed at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, May 31, 2011.
A man who stabbed a stranger to death because his electric bike had been scratched lived in a pigpen for 10 days during the four months that he was on the run.
A man in Changsha, capital of Hunan province, was delighted to discover that his treatment for constipation only cost 0.01 yuan (less than a cent).
A number of snakes crawled onto a road in Fangshan district, Beijing, unnerving local residents.