ROBOT JAPANESE SOLDIER MADE IN CHINA

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ROBOT JAPANESE SOLDIER MADE IN CHINA

Japanese soldiers have returned to the town of Luoyang in China’s Henan province in the form of a rickshaw pulling robot.

On July 8, Duan Shaojie, a retired veteran who now spends much of this time welding and painting, unveiled his latest creation after a year of labor intensive work.



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Locals inspect the controversial “Evil” Japanese soldier robot (Photo: Huanqiu.com)

Reports from Huanqui, an affiliation with the People’s Daily Online and the Shanhhaiist, have captured pictures the “evil” looking robot pulling villagers around in a rickshaw.

Duan Shaojie says he was inspired to create his controversial “Japanese devil robot” after watching old war films and reported he constructed it out of waste materials.

He uses a button and a lever to control his creation which can also walk backwards.

Mr. Shaojie plans to create more robots of different themes in the future.

During WWII, the Henan province suffered greatly at the hands of the Chinese government and Japanese military. From 1942-1943 a famine in the region killed nearly three million Chinese civilians.

Video of the robot from the Daily Mail.com

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Pulling a customer (Photo: Huanqiu.com)



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