BEIJING: A robot dancing competition took place in northeast China, attracting 29 teams from China, Russia, Mexico and South Korea.
A pair of giant panda-shaped robots drew attention as they had to move over 20 joints in costumes when they were dancing.
"We worked very hard on these giant panda robots. It took a lot of work to ensure even easy moves. For example, we spent three days to complete the giant panda costumes," said He Rong, student of Xihua University.
A robot that could write calligraphy stood out at the competition as well. The robot wrote "Welcome to Fujin" and won applause from competitors and judges.
A team from a Mexican University won the first prize for the solo dance category after a day-long competition. (Monitoring Desk)