The world’s longest wood carving record

  • November 14, 2013 marked the ninth annual Guinness World Records Day, where people around the globe attempt to break world records, unveiled that day at the Palace Museum in Beijing was an astonishing wooden sculpture by Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui. The wooden carving took four years to complete, the sculpture, carved from a single tree trunk measures 12.286 meters long, 3.075 meters high and 2.401 meters wide (40.308 x 10.088 x 7.877 ft)
  • The rings on the trunk of a tree can actually help you to find out the Age of the tree, each ring means one year of life, and it can provide a great deal of information about previous weather conditions.
  • Trees generate jobs and contribute raw materials for buildings, newspapers, books and more than 15,000 other forest products. Trees are renewable and recyclable, wood by-products become such products as vitamins, plastics, vanilla flavouring, photographic film, toothpaste and medicines.

Mohammad, August 9, 2014