Optimus Prime made in China using rubbishes

China never cease to amaze me with their talents, copying anything and everything possible in this world from gadgets to gigantic figures which truly defines China as no.1 in mastering the art of adaptation. This Optimus Prime is build to contest with the Japan famous 1/1 scale of Gundam which is recently being displayed again in shizuoka.

Located northwest of Beijing’s “Bird’s Nest” National Stadium, Optimus stands at 12m tall and weighs some 6 tons.
Seeing that useless junk is so abundant in China, sculptors apparently considered it as well to use them to make a giant Optimus Prime. Thus the replica was created, using 5 truckloads of used car parts.

With Japan and Korea the undisputed giant robot superpowers of Asia in both fiction and statuary, it seems China will have to devise an original indigenous creation if it is to have any chance of challenging the likes of Gundam.

The famous Japan 1/1 Gundam:

Well of course both of them are incomparable in quality-based, but in COST-based, hands down China wins lol!

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