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Bored? Looking for something to do? Start with this list of things to do in the Sacramento area.
submitted by (Credit for the below list has to be given to u/BurritoFueled, who created the original list in 2014 and updated it a year later. Almost two-thirds of the items below are still from that original list. All I’ve done with the list is revive it a little bit by updating dead links and making little tweaks when necessary. Also, thanks to those that submitted new additions to the list last week. Over a third of the below items are new and a lot of the original items have had newer information added onto them.)
People are always looking for something to do around here. Maybe you’re a transplant, unaware of what this area has to offer, or maybe you’re a lifelong resident, tired of the same old thing. Well friend, if you fall into the latter category, do not despair. There’s actually plenty of things to do in the Sacramento area – things of interest to almost any lifestyle, personality, or budget.
So, whether you’re an athlete, geek, eccentric, hipster, weirdo, sexual deviant or just a normal person looking for a new activity, below is a list of activities for you to try. Please note that it includes only activities that take place at least a few times a year – no one-off events or festivals here.
Enjoy this list. If you have any suggestions of your own to add, comment below in this thread. I'll try to keep this as up to date as possible.
Away we go.
UPDATED 10-6-20 (Note: Due to the current pandemic, some of these activities may be curtailed or not offered at all.) Cast you some spells and slang them multi-sided dice at Great Escape Games and/or A1 Comics in Sacramento. Paintball it up at Capital Edge or Davis Paintball, Take a walk among the tree tops at Tree Top Sac. Visit the California State Capitol Museum. Or just the Capitol building. They are one and the same. The tour is free! Rekindle your dreams of being a pilot or astronaut at the Aerospace Museum of California. Take a ride through automotive history at the California Automobile Museum. Like to Knit? Enjoy a good chat? Join a Knit and Chat at Knitique: A yarn boutique in Elk Grove. Play disc golf at one of several courses in the area. Become the next Tiger Woods (the golf part, not the cheating, getting your windshield smashed by your wife with one of your golf clubs part). Start by hitting up a driving range at Top Golf or Haggin Oaks. Can't get enough 2nd Saturday? Try 3rd Saturday in Roseville, 3rd Saturday in Placerville, or 2nd Friday in Davis. Get your culture on at the Crocker Art Museum. If you prefer culture that keeps you on your toes, check out the Sacramento Ballet. Want to become a ballet dancer? They offer classes as well. More into theater? Check out the Broadway shows that come to the Music Circus annually. If your tastes align with smaller productions, check out the B Street Theater calendar. Go Geocaching for one of the thousands of great hides in the area. Join an intergalactic war for local landmarks and public art in the Google-produced, GPS-Dependent MMORPG, Ingress. Tour the live-work spaces of Sacramento artists, and buy some art, during First Friday at Warehouse Artist’s Lofts. They often put on performances during First Friday as well. Everyone knows about the Kings, Republic and the River Cats. Check out some of Sacramento's other sports teams: The Sacramento Sirens (women's tackle football), Sacramento Gold (men's soccer), or California Storm (women's soccer). Enjoy the fast-paced, bone crushing action of roller derby with Sacramento roller derby. Preserve and explore the area's unique history and heritage by joining or supporting groups such as the Sacramento County Historical Society, Preservation Sacramento, and Sacramento Modern. Watch people drive really fast at Sacramento Raceway (drags), All American Speedway (short track), and Placerville Speedway (dirt). Drive your own car really fast at Sacramento Raceway's Wednesday Night Street Legal Drags. Purchase the sweetest sweet corn in all the land at the Davis Ranch in Sloughhouse. When you're done in Sloughhouse, head a little further up the Jackson Highway (just past Rancho Murieta), hang a left on Michigan Bar Road, and cross the bridge (it's safe, trust me!) for one of the most historic, beautiful, and adventurous road trips in the entire area. Make sure you bring a hearty vehicle and avoid during winter and spring. Play bocce ball at East Portal Park or Sutter’s Landing Park. When Sutter’s Landing skate park is open, you can borrow free bocce balls at the front desk if you give them your ID. Get your party on at THIS, a free concert series every second Saturday at 20th and K during the warm months of the year. Grind some rails at Sacramento, Elk Grove, Folsom, Rocklin, and Citrus Heights skate parks. Catch some air at Elk Grove, Oak Creek, and Elkhorn BMX parks. Learn to dominate obstacles with parkour training at Free Flow Academy. Dominate the boulders at Putah Creek. If indoor rock climbing suits you better, try Pipeworks, The Boulder Field, or Granite Arch. Spend a day at Sacramento’s only “extreme air sport park”, Defy. Or just spend hours jumping in a trampoline park at Rebounderz in Arden-Arcade, Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park also in Arden-Arcade, or at Rockin' Jump in Elk Grove or Roseville. Become a confident public speaker with the Toastmasters. Learn about some of Sacramento’s history at Sutter’s Fort. (Or you can just follow u/sacramentohistorian). For a different view of Sacramento history, check out the State Indian Museum. (You can still follow u/sacramentohistorian though). Of course there’s the “official” Sacramento History Museum. A visit there can include an underground tour of Old Sacramento if that interests you. After taking the underground tour, take a stroll across this sub’s favorite bridge – the Tower Bridge). Make sure to take a picture and post it. This sub can’t get enough bridge pics. Beat the summer heat by getting soaked at Raging Waters, getting towed by a cable (wakeboarding) at Wake Island Water Park, or playing on floating inflatable climbing structures at Velocity Island Park. If you prefer to dip your toes in the sand and just lay out in the sun, try Sand Cove Park. Show off your moves at the downtown outdoor ice skating rink during the winter months. If you need to show them off year round, you can do so indoors at Skatetown in Roseville. Take a short drive to Rancho Seco Lake for picnics, swimming, fishing, and hiking. Watch out for three-headed frogs. Attend an event with the cool kids at Sacramento’s DIY artist event space, The Red Museum. Take a trip out of the city and go visit one of our many state parks in the region. Or stay in the city and visit one of those state parks – the Leland Stanford Mansion – if 19th century Victorian architecture floats your boat. Watch some slobberknockers live with Total Wrestling Federation and Supreme Pro Wrestling events. If you'd rather lay the smack down on some jabroni yourself, both promotions offer training. Join a fraternal organization like the Elks or Odd Fellows for cheap drinks/meals, camaraderie, and old school cool – all for a good cause. Explore the amazing Vernal Pools of Mather Field – an endangered habitat. Check out – or offer your services – at the Oak Park Fix-it Café, a community-powered gathering for repairing and maintaining bicycles, clothing, household items, and the ties that bind a healthy community. Buy some tricks, attend magic workshops, and become the next David Blaine at Grand Illusions. Go watch some horseracing at Cal Expo. It’s harness racing from November through April and then traditional horseracing during the state fair. Want to end up with small fortune at the end of your day at the track? It’s easy. Just start your day there with a large fortune. Take in a sultry and sexy burlesque show from these local troupes: Midtown Moxies, Siren Academy, The Darling Clementines. Learn about wild edibles in the area with the Sacramento Foragers. Live your Hunger Games fantasies at the Discovery Park Archery Range and Wilderness Archery in Rocklin. Watch some high school football! The Sacramento region boasts some of the best high school programs in the state. Check out top notch teams like Grant, Elk Grove, Folsom, and Del Oro to see potential NCAA Division 1 and NFL players of the future. Watch some college football! Sac State had a huge resurgence in 2019 and UC Davis has always had a solid program. You can also check out the JC teams such as ARC and Sac City. Learn about bizarre and fascinating surgical implements of the past at the Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical History Museum. Entry is free. Partake in Mike Tyson's favorite hobby with the Fort Sutter Pigeon Racing Club. If Live-Action Role Play (LARP) floats your boat, Sacramento Valley Amtgard has the battles, weapons workshops, and skills classes you've been looking for. Take a ride on the Sacramento River Train. You can ride the train or power along the tracks yourself with railbikes. They have different train excursions, including beer tasting and wine tasting trips. If you want to book a trip on a weekend, book early. Want to learn how to fish? Try Fishing in the City from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. After you’ve learned, check out the blog from FishingBooker on where and when to go fishing and what to expect. For some recent local recommendations, check here, here, here or here. If fishing tours are more your style, catch your lunch on a guided fishing tour of local waterways. Take in a play at one of Sacramento's smaller, edgier, more contemporary community theatre companies, like the Big Idea Theatre. Take acting classes from acting coach to the Sacramento stars, Ed Claudio. If comedy is more your thing, try taking a class at Sacramento Comedy Spot or STAB! Comedy Theater. Of course, if you just want to drink and watch comedy, there are several clubs in the area, offering both local and national touring comedians. If movies are your thing, check out the only drive-in theater in the area. Enjoy some dirt cheap entertainment with one man band Winko Ljizz at the Acoustic Sanctuary. Party down and help kids with the Women's Active 20-30 social club. Take a tour or attend an event put on by the Old City Cemetery Committee. Do you like beer and visiting breweries, but don’t like driving between them? Midtown Sacramento has got you covered! Make a day of it by visiting these breweries, all within easy walking distance of each other: At Ease, Sacrament, Big Stump, Golden Road, Fieldwork, and Alaro. If you don’t mind walking a few extra blocks, you can add Device and Urban Roots to the list. Visit a cidery at Two Rivers Cider in Land Park or a meadery (honey wine) at Strad Meadery in Rancho Cordova. I don't know any chess puns to make here, but if you're into chess, you should join the Sacramento Chess Club. Join a pickup basketball game at one of Sactown's best streetball courts. Join a running club. Sloppy Moose Running Club does a three-mile fun run at New Helvetia Brewing on Thursdays. Fleet Feet Sacramento Run Crew meets every Tuesday at Sac Yard Tap House for a three-mile walk or run. Attend Wonk Wednesday, where policy wonks, planners, developers, urban designers and concerned citizens partake in an ongoing conversation about smart growth, urban planning, and climate change. Enjoy your favorite horror flicks in a whole new way with Amber's Sweets – one of the nation's premier shadow casting troupes. Attend a conversation hosted by California Groundbreakers – you’ll hear interesting people talking about interesting things. Do you need a heavy dose of tranquility? Stroll around the UC Davis Arboretum for an afternoon and take in all the flora and fauna. If you really love flowers, you can also visit Horton Iris Garden in Loomis (open April and May only) or Amador Flower Farm in Plymouth. Ever wanted to learn to sail, kayak or row? You’re in luck! The Sac State Aquatic Center offers lessons for those activities and more. Antiquing never gets old, right? Visit Midway Antique Mall in Citrus Heights (focusing almost solely on midcentury wares), Antique Trove in Roseville, or the Antique Fair that happens every second Sunday on X Street, under the freeway. Take butchering classes at Taylor's Market and become the master of meats. Learn to prepare fabulous meals at home with cooking classes at Good Eats or Sac Food Coop. See 1500-4000 year old petroglyphs, rock art, and grinding holes at the Maidu Museum and Historic Site in Roseville. Take the plunge at SkyDance Skydiving in Davis. If you want the skydiving experience without actually jumping out of an airplane, try iFly in Roseville. If you'd rather fly the plane than jump out of it, take pilot lessons at Sacramento Executive Airport. Produce and broadcast your own TV and radio programs at Access Sacramento. Play that weird sport you always watch when nothing else is on during the Winter Olympics with the Wine Country Curling Club at Skatetown in Roseville. If playing weird sports on ice isn’t your thing, partake in a weird sport on dirt and grass with the Sacramento Cricket Association. For more normal sports, with a big time social emphasis as well, join one of the sports leagues at XOSO and make some new friends. Scratch that adrenaline itch by going bungee jumping. Join a local car or motorcycle club. Take a walk along the Sacramento River Deep Water Ship Channel after parking at the Barge Canal Access near the port. Become a kingpin…of the lanes! There are plenty of places in the area to go bowling: Capitol Bowl in West Sacramento, AMF Land Park Lanes in Land Park, Punch Bowl Social Sacramento next to the Golden 1 Arena downtown, Country Club Lanes in Arden-Arcade, Bowlero North Sacramento in North Sac, Steve Cook's Fireside Lanes in Citrus Heights, Strikes Unlimited in Rocklin, or Foothills Bowl in Auburn. Be amazed or creeped out by more than seven million living and dead insect specimens at the Bohart Museum of Entomology in Davis. Take your 4x4, dirtbike, or ATV off-road at Prairie City SVRA If motorcross is your bag, hit the track at Prairie City MX (private track) or Riverfront MX Park in Marysville. Rental bikes and lessons are available at both. Programmers, coders, entrepreneurs, makers, inventors, and those who aspire to be one of these: find workspace, resources, meet-ups, and classes at the Hacker Lab.. Pub crawls are the past, The Brew Bike is the present. Just ask anyone here. This sub loves the Brew Bike! If you would rather pedal over water than on land, try The Brew Boat. Get into a duel at Sacramento Sword School or the Sacramento Fencing Club. Exercise your 2nd amendment rights on the ranges at The Gun Room in Elk Grove or The Gun Range. Rent one of their hand cannons or bring your own. Build superior intelligence (or some sort of contraption to feed your cat for you) with the Sacramento Area Robotics Group. Play a round of Citizens of Catan and enjoy a tasty brew with the Beer and Board Game group. Go see the cool animals at the Sacramento Zoo. Bring the kids and make it a full day out with a visit to Fairytale Town or Funderland Amusement Park as well. Go on a walking food tour with Local Roots Food Tours. Buy some gold pans or a sluice box and head for the hills to pan for gold, just like those that first came to the area. Join a cryptocurrency group. If you don't wanna work and just wanna bang on your drum all day, Sacramento Taiko Dan can help. Want to become the next Picasso? You gotta start somewhere, so take a paint and sip class at The Painted Cork in Midtown Sacramento or Historic Folsom. It’s well known that you can play miniature golf at Scandia, but did you know that there are indoor mini golf courses in the area as well? Try SacMiniGolf in Old Sacramento, Flatstick Pub in DoCo downtown, or even glow-in-the-dark indoor mini golf at Monster Mini Golf in Rancho Cordova or at CaliGlo in Elk Grove. Learn how to manage your mind with Sacramento Insight Meditation. Play some poker at any one of several local card rooms. Race your RC cars (or rent one) at LSR Speedway in Sacramento or Speedworld in Roseville. Slot cars run at Fast Track Hobbies in Rocklin. Find cool stuff that other people lost with the Sacramento Metal Detecting Buffs. Or learn to dive and see if you can meet up with u/Merman_Mike and find stuff at the bottom of rivers or lakes. Visit tribal-owned Seka Hills Olive Mill in the Capay Valley to taste local olive oils and honeys as well as getting a tour of the mill itself. Check to see if there is an active Groupon before going. (NSFW) Take it all off and strut your stuff at Gold Club Centerfolds Amateur night for a chance to win $450. Sorry guys...this is for ladies only. (NSFW) Men and women, if you just like walking around naked in general, let it all hang out at Laguna del Sol nudist resort in Wilton. (NSFW) Find someone to get freaky with at an Allures Lifestyle swinger party. Make Mr. Miyagi proud by joining the Sacramento Bonsai Club – the oldest bonsai club in the United States. Make something quaint and take a selfie next to that giant needle flagpole thing at the Meissner Sewing & Learning Center Grab your binoculars and admire the hundreds of native bird species in the area – as well as those passing through via the Pacific Flyway – at several recommended locations. Find true love, or just someone to do all these activities with, at a local singles event. Rent a raft with River Rat or American River Raft Rentals, or grab some crap from the pool, and participate in a favorite Sacramento pastime by floating on the American River. For a more invigorating river experience try a whitewater tour Do a free, self-guided tour of Sacramento history via Anytime Tours, an app and project of the Center for Sacramento History, City of Sacramento and Sacramento History Museum. Take a coffee-tasting class or brewing/barista class at Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters. Explore the fascinating world of orchid collecting (seriously, this hobby and the people who pursue it are crazy interesting) with the Sacramento Orchid Society. Race go-karts at K1 Speed in Sacramento. The Sacramento Cactus and Succulent Society meets, and hosts a talk, at the Shepard Garden and Arts Center in McKinley Park monthly and welcomes guests. They also do field trips and their Annual Show and Sale is a must-see event for plant lovers. Take a relaxing cruise on the Sacramento River aboard the Hornblower Yacht. Go on a scavenger hunt with Urban Adventures Quest, Sacramento Scavenger Hunt, or Let’s Roam. For a cool, unique hunt using your bike and finding stickers around town, follow Sacramento Bike and Seek on Instagram and be on the lookout for their free adventures. Blow something long and hot in the glory hole at Sacramento Art Glass.. Classes are available. Shoot your dinner on a guided hunting tour. Potential targets include ducks, geese, turkey, quail, and deer. Check out some of Sacramento’s murals or see muralists in action during Wide Open Walls, a yearly event. Take a guided tree tour with the Sacramento Tree Foundation. Admire the heavens above with the Sacramento Valley Astronomy Society. You can also take a drive up to Placerville and visit the Community Observatory for free (although they do charge $2 for parking). Explore the history of pharmacy in California at the Don and June Salvatori California Pharmacy Museum. Did you know an "extreme sport" was invented in Sacramento? While the Z-Boys were taking skateboarding to the next level down in Dogtown, Launie Porteous and Mark Robinson were pioneering flatland (or "inland") skimboarding right here in the River City. Buy yourself a board or make one and give it a try pretty much anywhere you can find shallow water. Paradise and Discovery beaches along the American are this sports' ancestral home. Mellow out at a kava kava bar with locations in Rancho Cordova and Davis. Get the willies watching one of the largest Mexican Bat colonies on the west coast take to the skies at a Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Bat Talk and Walk. View some famous bikes and learn about their riders at the US Bicycling Hall of Fame in Davis. See Sacramento's drag queen scene at Faces or Badlands. Take a scenic horseback ride around Lake Natoma led by Shadow Glen Family Stables. Hang out with feral chickens (yes, chickens!) at Fair Oaks Village Park. In the summer, you can watch live music with said chickens at their summer concerts in the park series. Not to diminish the concert series at Fair Oaks Village Park, but when you hear "concerts in the park", everyone knows that is the Concerts in the Park series in downtown Sacramento. Live local and national acts perform on Friday evenings in the summer, and it’s totally free. If you’re not good with crowds you may want to give this a miss because it is packed! Vacation or day trip so close, yet feel so far away, along the Delta. Rent a boat, jet skis, a cabin or camping spot, buy some bait and tackle, and/or eat out at various locations on the river. See model railroaders in action once a month at the Sacramento Model Railroad Historical Society. For the real thing, check out the California State Railroad Museum. Both are great for kids or your inner child. Get into the sweetly rewarding hobby of beekeeping with a starter kit and guidance from Sacramento Beekeeping Supplies. Once you’ve got your kit, take a beekeeping class in Davis. Brew yourself a batch of beer goodness with classes and supplies from various home brewing stores in the area. Go wine tasting at a couple of the closest wineries to Sacramento: Frasinetti and Old Sugar Mill. Think you’re good at solving puzzles and mysteries? Try one of the many escape rooms in the area. If you’re one of those folks that thinks you know everything, see how you stack up in one of the various pub trivia games. Go see the highest freestanding bridge in California. Bonus: there’s some good hiking in the area as well. Take a drive around the world’s smallest mountain range: the Sutter Buttes. You can actually drive around and hike the Sutter Buttes in the same day, however hiking is not free, you must do it as part of a guided group and you have to reserve a spot in advance. Walk or mountain bike Sacramento Valley Conservancy’s Deer Creek Hills Preserve. All visits must be part of a pre-scheduled outing so plan in advance. Drive to Rio Vista via the only two ferries that are actually part of the state highway system. Catch a free lunchtime concert every Wednesday at Westminster Presbyterian Church downtown. You can bring a bag lunch! Go to the top of the Memorial Garage on the corner of 14th and H for some nice views. Watch the sunset or visit on a nice clear night. Explore some of Sacramento’s nature preserves. Start with Effie Yeaw and Cosumnes River. Camp Pollock is another one, but unfortunately, it is not in the best of areas. VOLUNTEER! 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(167 points, 7 comments) Gran Torino (2008) - a film about an elderly racist Korean War vet, his Hmong neighbors, and their struggles with street gangs (115 points, 11 comments) Napoleon's Exile In Saint Helena (91 points, 2 comments) Munchkin - a card game that parodies tabletop RPGs) (90 points, 7 comments) Meet Brother Najeeb Michael, the monk who saved thousands of manuscripts from IS jihadists (66 points, 1 comment) The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour - a television crossover film trilogy set between the universes in The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and The Fairly OddParents (66 points, 2 comments) Tibetan Monks and Nuns Turn Their Minds Toward Science (51 points, 1 comment) The Rule of Thirds - a fundamental technique in photography (47 points, 0 comments) 1218 points, 14 submissions: justtoclick "Do it yourself doodler" album (359 points, 8 comments) If Harry Potter was an anime series (171 points, 37 comments) The Muppets explain Phenomenology (122 points, 4 comments) Hawaii Still Has a Leprosy Colony With Six Patients (94 points, 17 comments) David Bowie song 'Changes' inspired Brandon Flowers to form The Killers (59 points, 4 comments) Dave Barry’s 2015 Year in Review (57 points, 1 comment) U.S. Muslims to overtake Jews by 2026 (53 points, 9 comments) The Beatles Play Ed Sullivan: The Historic TV Appearance Heralding the British Invasion (52 points, 0 comments) The Evolution of Batman's Bat Symbol [Infographic] (51 points, 10 comments) Cycling With the Psycos -- Counterculture feminism in East L.A (48 points, 0 comments) 1191 points, 14 submissions: Lillyclown A Pocket Guide to Vaginal Euphemisms (197 points, 33 comments) The story behind the McDonalds hot coffee lawsuit (165 points, 28 comments) The Polish Beer Drinking Party (PPPP), orginally a satirical political party to promote beer, not vodka, and fight alcoholism, won 16 seats in the 1991 parliamentary election. Later splitting to Big Beer and Little Beer. (126 points, 6 comments) History of Color (115 points, 3 comments) The Chemistry of Ice Cream (89 points, 6 comments) 150 year old sunken steam boat's contents. Including still edible food! (87 points, 3 comments) The Strangest, Most Spectacular Bridge Collapse (65 points, 7 comments) All Blacks haka (61 points, 1 comment) The Poisoning of a City (61 points, 0 comments) British Police use Tea as a perfect analogy for sexual consent. (57 points, 9 comments) 1147 points, 14 submissions: Radu316 There's a statue of Lenin at the Pole of Inaccessibility in Antarctica. It was on top of a Soviet research station in the 60s. Abandoned in '67, it was forgotten until 2007 when it was rediscovered by a team of explorers. By then, the statue was the only part still visible. (167 points, 2 comments) Strelka was one of the first animals in space to return safely. She became a sensation in the Soviet Union and had puppies with cosmo-dog Pushok. Nikita Khrushchev gave a puppy, Pushinka, to JFK as a gift. She also had puppies and Strelka's bloodline is still alive in the United States. (147 points, 7 comments) The Turk was an 18th century chess-playing automaton. It went on a tour of Europe and America, defeating noted chess players like Ben Franklin and Napoleon. After being destroyed in a fire, it was revealed to be a hoax - a person (usually a chessmaster) hid inside and operated it. (136 points, 10 comments) "Houston, we have a problem" is a slight misquote popularized by the Apollo 13 movie. The real line was actually "Houston, we've had a problem" and was first said by astronaut John Swigert, not mission captain Jim Lovell. (115 points, 14 comments) Marginalia are all the various scribbles and comments made in margins of books or documents. In medieval times, religious texts written by nuns and monks featured marginalia with all sorts of vulgar images and dirty jokes. (96 points, 5 comments) Brain crater on Mars. The bizarre texture of the crater floor makes it resemble a brain. NASA worked out that, at 0.6 miles wide, the brain is about the right size to fit inside the mound known as the Face of Mars. (90 points, 0 comments) Statue of Alexander the Great taming Bucephalus. Bucephalus is often regarded as the most famous (real) horse in history. According to Plutarch, the horse died at the Battle of the Hydaspes in 326 BC. Afterwards Alexander founded the city of Bucephalia in his honor somewhere in modern day Pakistan. (81 points, 4 comments) Pretty much everything there is to know about tartan (aka plaid in America). The pattern of the kilt can be used to display your family background, royal lineage, service in specific branches of the military, even your name. You can even register new ones at the Scottish Register of Tartans. (79 points, 4 comments) "There's a sucker born every minute" is a quote attributed to P.T. Barnum, but it was actually said by David Hannum, one of his competitors. Hannum said it referring to people who paid to see Barnum's Cardiff Giant instead of his original, not realizing that both were fake. (60 points, 0 comments) Heart of Neolithic Orkney is a 5,000-year old world heritage site in Scotland. It includes four monuments: two ceremonial stone circles, a tomb and a former village called Skara Brae. Skara Brae is sometimes called "Scottish Pompeii" because it is so well-preserved. (47 points, 2 comments) 1128 points, 13 submissions: StochasticLife Banned until the 1980's, rock music in the USSR was smuggled around the country on records made from X Ray film. They were called 'Ribs' or 'Bone Records'. (216 points, 14 comments) Lithuania has only ever had a single king, Mindaugus. He was crowned king in 1251 and assassinated in 1263. (157 points, 5 comments) Russian had a monopoly on Vodka for over 400 years (1540's - 1992) and at one point Vodka sales made up 40% of the state's revenue (130 points, 8 comments) A nickelodeon was a hastily assembled movie theater, often setup in converted store fronts, that charged a nickle for admission. They were most popular between 1905 and 1915.) (114 points, 0 comments) Christopher Hitchen's video - Mother Theresa Hell's Angel, a critical look at her political relationships and the nature of her charitable practices. (109 points, 11 comments) Zatoichi, about a blind swordsmen, is one of Japan longest running film and TV series with over 27 films and 100 TV Episodes. (91 points, 6 comments) The oldest (surviving), and largest, Baha'i house of worship is in Wilmette Illiniois.) (64 points, 8 comments) Some humans (all women) are tetrachromats and are capable of seeing millions of colors the rest of us can't see (60 points, 10 comments) Geddy Lee of Rush was born in Canada to parents who were Polish Immigrants and holocaust survivors of Auschwitz, Dachu, and Bergen-Belsen. (50 points, 2 comments) North Korea prints the best counterfeit $100 (USD) bills in the world; they have been dubbed the 'Supernote' (45 points, 0 comments) 910 points, 8 submissions: frigate Salmon farmers choose the desired orangness-pinkness of their product from a colour chart (SalmoFan) provided by a company which supplies the food dyes to colour farmed salmon that would otherwise be gray, khaki, pale yellow, or pale pink (191 points, 10 comments) Kurt Vonnegut humorously graphs the shapes of stories (162 points, 5 comments) The Highway Hi-Fi: the short-lived record player designed for use in automobiles in the 1950's (155 points, 10 comments) H&M is making a $99 wedding dress. 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In International news Duterte named 2016 ‘Person of the Year’ by Chinese magazine: The president is hailed as the 2016 ‘Person of the Year’ by the prestigious Hong Kong international affairs newsweekly , Yazhou Zhoukan Chinese state tabloid warns Trump, end one China policy and China will take revenge Chinese companies to build world's tallest twin towers in Cambodia: The twin towers will be 560 meters high with 133 floors. The project will include commercial areas, offices, residential areas, exhibition halls, hotels, as well as a 4-floor underground parking lot Against China’s objections, Ted Cruz and Texas governor meet with Taiwanese president Pakistan has officially begun construction of a missile warship that the country hopes will guarantee the integrity of its vital trade corridor with China Cruz meeting with Taiwan president has 'no bearing' on U.S. China policy: White House Ex-Tibetan Exile Monk defrauded Chinese EB-5 Investors $Millions, pleads guilty to fraud Donald Trump has 'great meeting' with Alibaba boss Jack Ma China's Xi to promote 'inclusive' globalization at Davos Jared Kushner: the powerful son-in-law of Donald Trump and his ties with Chinese businesses China's Iran oil imports to hit record on new production: sources Trump's secretary of state pick says China should be barred from South China Sea islands. (Lol) On Taiwan, "I don’t know of any plans to alter the 'one China' position," Tillerson said Serbia signs railway upgrades deal with China's CCECC DEA opens shop in China to help fight synthetic drug trade: In a sign of improving cooperation between the U.S. and China to fight the global drug trade, the Drug Enforcement Administration will open a new office there and its top chief will visit next week for the first time in more than a decade South Korea considering complaint to China over THAAD retaliation Malaysia and China reach agreement on tackling crime, terrorism China issues white paper, warns small- and medium-sized countries not to take sides Nigeria ordered Taiwan to move its trade mission from the capital, Abuja, to the commercial hub, Lagos, following a visit by the Chinese foreign minister during which his government pledged to invest $40 billion into infrastructure in Africa’s most populous country China and Kyrgyzstan vowed to deepen security cooperation and jointly fight terrorist forces such as the East Turkistan Islamic Movement. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations Philippines says any U.S. move against Beijing in S China Sea would be in its own interest China warns United States of 'military clash' over Tillerson comments U.S. is the most powerful country on the planet, yes, and biggest economy in the world. But China will be eventually just by virtue of its size. And so you can’t walk into a room and say, “Do it our way". - Chinese Nationalist aka. Secretary of State Kerry in remarks at the US Naval Academy More than 200 Taiwanese deportees still in China: A total of 223 Taiwanese who were deported over the past nine months from other nations on suspicion of telecommunications fraud are still being held in China, where they were deported Russia & China announce new ‘unspecified’ measures to US’ anti-missile system in S. Korea All aboard to fix the globalization 'bullet train', China's Xinhua says Before Trump gets his inauguration, China's president is to swipe some of the spotlight - I think China's trying to send a signal that it's the world's most responsible stakeholder. China's president will preach the advent of a new world order in Davos next week before the high priests of globalisation, who are facing an uprising from voters against their orthodoxy of open markets and borders. Turkey arrests two Chinese Uighurs over Istanbul nightclub attack China warns Trump that Taiwan policy is 'non-negotiable' Europe Turning to China as Uncertainty Over Trump's Foreign Policy Looms 2 Days From China To Europe By Rail? Russia Going For High-Speed Cargo Trains China projects to hit Singapore Silk Road route back in business as China train rolls into London How China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Fared Its First Year China and Vietnam to 'manage' differences over South China Sea: communique How China rules the waves: Beijing has spent billions expanding its ports network to secure sea lanes and establish itself as a maritime power In Domestic news Air China bans shark fin cargo, reflecting dramatic shift in attitudes China Lacks Anti-Discrimination Law With Teeth Foreign instructors face more policy regulations and changes, which will keep qualified non-native English speaking teachers from obtaining jobs in some Chinese regions China to launch 'environmental police' force China fears the rise overly 'effeminate' boys and is taking action China combats corruption within anti-corruption agency Obesity: the big, fat problem with Chinese cities China's Hongshui River floating walkway is TWICE the length of Manhattan China changes start date of war with Japan, says will bolster patriotic education China's making huge economic bets on green energy China Sets June Deadline to Stamp out Shoddy Steel Manufacturers China opens 'most beautiful' high-speed railway: China opens its latest high-speed railway connecting six provincial capital cities along its route from the east coast to the far southwest of the country, namely Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanchang, Changsha, Guiyang and Kunming 50,000-meter Floating Walkway Opens on River in southwest China's Guizhou 'Rude' China police given hospitality lessons China detains 720, imposes $21.8 million of fines in pollution crackdown China rewrites history books to extend Sino-Japanese war by six years (Perfect example of the subtle Anti China manipulative narrative of Western media) Chinese authorities have published a draft regulation protecting minors’ rights in cyberspace that includes remedies for online bullying. No organisation or individual is allowed to threaten, insult or hurt minors online with words, pictures or video China school allows students to "borrow" marks to help ease exam stress In China, A Shift Away From Trade In Ivory and Shark Fins China has built the world’s largest bullet-train network Why China is counting its chickens China Orders Registration of App Stores Beijing to tackle air pollution In SciTech news VR, Smart Gadgets, China Innovations Break Through All The Hype At CES 2017: What stood out among Chinese startups was healthtech wearable Vivalnk, AI robotics maker Ubtech; interactive smartwatch Mobvoi; intelligent hardware operating system Thundersoft, nanotechnology biosensors eNano Health Nokia brand launches its first Android smartphone... But it will only be available in China for $246. Tsinghua Unigroup to Build the World's Largest 3D NAND Flash Factory in Wuhan China Building World’s Highest Altitude Gravitational Wave Telescopes In Xizang Tpcast wireless VR - pretty excited to see another Chinese company lead in something that's hard tech. Consumer Electronics Show presents dazzling Chinese creations: CES 2017 has attracted over 3,800 companies worldwide, with 1,300 plus from China A colorful yet little known snout moth genus from China with five new species New Geological Map of the Moon Created By Chinese Scientists Long March 3B launches second TJSW spacecraft for China: China kicked off its 2017 campaign with the successful launch of the second Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW) spacecraft from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center Bionic woman: Chinese robot turns on the charm DJI and Seagate announce strategic partnership to advance data solutions for the UAV ecosystem: As drone cameras gain resolution and drone flight times grow longer, DJI and Seagate are focusing their efforts to securely and efficiently store, download and share the hundreds of gigabytes of data This New Computer Wants to Be the Ultimate AI Assistant for the Home: Baidu is teaming up with Chinese consumer tech company Ainemo to launch the device, called Little Fish, which is being positioned as a voice-centric home robot Is China still leading the graphene race? In addition to having more companies active in the production and sale of graphene than any other country, China also holds about 2/3rds of the global production capacity, according to Fullerex DJI – INTRODUCING DJI GS PRO Chinese scientists have built a camera capable of photographing objects it can’t directly see. The trick is to first randomize the light that the pixel detects, record the resulting light intensity, and then repeat this process thousands of times Baidu joins hands with China’s BAIC Motor Corp. to further develop its intelligent vehicle technology China to set up gravitational wave telescopes in Tibet: The telescope (Ngari), located 5,250 meters above sea level, will detect and gather precise data on primordial gravitational waves in the Northern Hemisphere. It is expected to be operational by 2021 Chinese humanoid robot turns on the charm in Shanghai: "Jia Jia" can hold a simple conversation and make specific facial expressions when asked, and her creator believes the eerily life-like robot heralds a future of cyborg labour in China Robotic mannequin by Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Institute of Textiles and Clothing Biologists Discover New Type of Microbial Photosynthesis: Prof. Beyenal and his colleagues from the United States and China report today on the unique metabolic process seen for the first time in a pair of bacteria (Prosthecochloris aestuarii and Geobacter sulfurreducens) Chinese commercial space player ExPace sent three small satellites into orbit on a Kuaizhou-1A solid-fuelled rocket as the corporation looks to gain a foothold in the domestic and international launch market A major breakthrough in 3-D printed medicine could bring hope to nearly 1.8 billion patients with cardiovascular disease. Chinese scientists working for Sichuan Revotek have successfully 3-D printed blood vessels and implanted them in rhesus monkeys Chinese Tech Company Takes On Microsoft With Super Cheap Tablet In Economic news Chinese smartphones gained 40% of Indian market last year: survey Lenovo and Xiaomi took the second and third spots respectively, while India’s domestic brands saw a drop in market share McDonald's sells China business for $2.9bn This Chinese Carmaker Hopes to Be the First to Crack the U.S. Why you shouldn’t believe the horror stories about China’s economy Alibaba job boom: Jack Ma chats with Trump about how to create 1 million US jobs over 5 years US Steel Tariffs Against China Are Working: Americans Losing Jobs, Becoming Poorer As A Result China Ready to Step Up Scrutiny of U.S. Firms If Trump Starts Feud: Sources Options include subjecting well-known U.S. companies or ones with large Chinese operations to tax or antitrust probes. Other possible measures include anti-dumping investigations Obama got tough on China. It cost U.S. jobs and raised prices: 35% tariff on Chinese tires. Study from Peterson Institute of International Economics found higher prices cost an extra $1.1b, which translated to an estimated 3,731 jobs lost. China's retaliation cost American chicken producers $1b China logs record outbound investment China’s Pink Economy Is Leading the Country's Battle for LGBT Rights Narrowing talent recruitment gap between local and foreign companies in China: Report China turns to robots as workers age China banks extend record 12.65 trillion yuan in loans in 2016 as debt worries mount Trump Concerns Have Hedge Fund Investor Looking to China The humble ballpoint pen has become a new symbol of China's innovation economy ANZ sells UDC Finance to China's HNA Group in $628m deal How debt differs in China, the US and Japan A Trade War That Cannot Be Won China Expected to Poach More Taiwan Chip Execs China's Bitcoin Exchanges Quietly Made Policy Updates Overnight Finally! China celebrates ballpoint breakthrough China’s reputation for low-cost manufacturing under attack REPORT: China will merge media outlets to increase influence 'in the area of financial information' Hong Kong’s Property Billionaires Are the World's Richest In Military news Does China’s deep-sea tech upgrade point to submarine signals network under Pacific? China had deployed hundreds of buoys, including nearly 20 deep anchor points, in the Western Pacific since 2014 Report: China Could Have 351 Navy Ships By 2020. Plans to add more YUZHAO LPDs (amphibs which can carry 800 troops, 4 helicopters and 20 armored vehicles), new Type 055 cruiser (equipped with missiles, lasers and rail-gun weapons), HOBEI-glass guided missile patrol boats and JIANGDAO light frigates Genuinely Domestic Design: Introducing China’s HJ-8 Anti-Tank Missile Beijing freezes military ties with Seoul Female Navy Forces Show Strength Aboard China's 1st Aircraft Carrier: Around 100 officers set sail on voyage. Song said 'I believe such a moment highlights all female officers in China's navy. It is relevant to all service women who dedicated themselves for the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation' China’s third aircraft carrier may soon be in the pipeline: China’s second aircraft carrier, CV-17 is currently at an advanced stage of construction at Dalian Shipbuilding in north-eastern China Taiwan scrambles jets, navy as China aircraft carrier enters Taiwan Strait For the first time, a Chinese submarine has docked at a port in Malaysia, signaling deepening military ties between the two countries, which are already partners in the development of the Beijing- led Maritime Silk Road Chinese bomber flies round contested Spratlys in show of force - U.S. official China aircraft carrier Liaoning tested Other Notables Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 curriculum resources: Who came to the United States at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century? Why did they come? What was their experience like when they arrived? Glass ball turned into egg, Chinese artist displays incredible magic: Chinese artist displays incredible magic in N China's Wuqiao, the birthplace of Chinese acrobatics Can Internet Slang Develop Traditional Chinese? Many new words and terms appear each year, but linguists are concerned about the impact of Internet slang The rise, fall, and comeback of the Chinese economy over the last 800 years Another Chinese Actress in Relationship with Younger Man: Chinese actress Li Bingbing is in a relationship with a man 10 years younger than her. The 43-year-old celebrity admit she is in a relationship with Xu Wennan, an executive at an investment company If the U.S. withdraws, China wonders whether it is ready to lead the world Pictures: Group Wedding Ceremony Held in NE China's Heilongjiang The train route from China to London (used from January 2017) [634 x 440] Trump May Actually Be The Greatest Gift China Could Ask For In Africa Shanghai Tower: how China's tallest skyscraper was built Sweet commercial for the Oppo R9s A fair review of President Obama’s legacy The King's Avatar, Tencent 2017 eSports anime series PV ancient Chinese art featuring American/Japanese pop icons China's Snow Eagle 601 Aircraft Makes First Landing at Kunlun Station in Antarctica Lessons in respect at China's Confucius kindergartens Mythological creatures come alive in Big Fish art Real patriots see the continuous progress China is making Chinese-Indian joint archaeological team discovers Chinese cultural relics in India: The Chinese pottery that's been found has been identified as coming from several different provinces and ranging from the 8th century to the 14th century How ethnicity and religion can influence financial habits: people of Chinese heritage tended to save more than Caucasian counterparts, even low income earners prioritising savings, leading to the conclusion that inherent cultural factors such as Confucianism emphasise frugality and familial concerns What If China's Money Stream Stops Flowing to Hollywood? 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On the right hand side underneath "Subreddit Info" Click "edit" and select flair. Random fun fact, google search "sino" to see us among the top results. "What is CIWO?" It is a database sub that contains sourced information on a variety of common topics about Chinese/China. Covers politics, military, history, myths, etc. See the Table of Contents to view the topics. "Why is this downvoted?" Reddit's system changes the vote numbers in order to combat spam bots. If you see something suspicious, remember we can't verify who is voting and keep in mind what Reddits main demographic is. The best response is simply to participate. As you get to know this sub, you will know when something doesn't reflect the actual sub, regardless of the votes. This issue only has impact if we let it. We can discuss the creation/linking of subs here. Want a Sino affiliated sub dedicated to a specific subject or theme? Want a sub with far less mod oversight and rules? We have subs available. Regular Sino users can gather a few dedicated supporters and make a request/discuss here. Check out Asians, Asiancouples and AsianAmericans "What is the Sino Archive?" It is a news link archive on wordpress that is categorized by many China/Chinese related topics, much more specific and comprehensive than the flair links. Updates are usually done by edits, not new posts. The most recent news will always be on top, the date of the article is visible. Updates when there is a large amount of links on a particular topic to archive. It's use is the same as any other archive and depends on who is using it. Occasionally we will do some sort of themed thread that will be an opportunity to provide existing/potentially add new knowledge to the topic. Our very first cultural exchange here. Our second cultural exchange here Feel free to discuss if you would like to participate in more of these. AutoModerator to Sino [link]
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