Vitaly Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, whose exploits scaling China's tallest building have become to celebrated they might as well copyright the inevitable epithet "Russian Daredevils," are back yet again.
After conquering Shanghai Tower, Shun Hing Sqare, and rooftops across Hong Kong, the pair then set their sights on the 115-story Ping An International Finance Centre still under construction in Shenzhen, soon to be China's tallest skyscraper and the second-tallest in the world just behind the Burj Dubai.
On the Roofs weren't the only ones to have the bright idea over the Chinese New Year holidays, however. In January, Malaysian daredevil photographer Keow Wee Loong also scaled the building - but his production team just aren't as on top of things, unfortunately, so the video isn't nearly as badass.
[Image via On the Roofs]