Gansu old man creates miniature Fuxi Temple with 10,000 chopsticks

Wu Tianxiang, an old man in his 60s in northwest China’s Gansu Province, spent over 3 years creating a miniature Fuxi Temple, one of the most famous ancient architectural complexes in northwest China, with over 10,000 chopsticks and 400 walnuts, China News reported on March 20.

Wu paid much attention to details of his work, including the stone lions, little bells and flags, which resemble the real ones a lot. He also plans to create miniature sculptures of other scenic spots in the future.