The Cherry Blossom festival has started in China and the good people of Guangzhou, in Guangdong Province, think there's no better way to celebrate than with " StuntWeek." In Chinese culture, the cherry blossom is meant to symbolise feminine beauty or love, but for these martial artists, the arrival of the bloom is a chance to show off their ballsy abilities. Whether it's standing on swords, wrapping your torso with wire, or cleaning your sinuses with a live snake, no stunt is too stupid to try.
For all the mad feats on display, there is probably nothing more shocking than the bloke on the right's haircut. A man attempts to snap steel wire using special breathing techniques, during 'Stunt Week' at the Cherry Blossom Festival in Guangzhou, China. Ouch.
Also as part of Stunt Week, this man lets a snake crwl through his mouth and nose. As you do.
The same chap then decides to pull a car with his eyelids.
More eyelid-car-pulling action.
The snake, once again crawling through this guy's nose
I have no idea what's happening here.