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Photo taken on June 5, 2020 shows a robot made of waste automobile parts at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

BANGKOK, June 6 (Xinhua) -- Magic is everywhere: the seemingly worthless mechanical junks are given rebirth by artisans and turned into unique, sometimes geeky art pieces.

Established in 2000, "House of Steel Robots" ("Ban Hun Lek" in Thai) is a workshop known for making "scrap metal art" out of waste automobile parts.

An artist welds parts of robots at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province, on June 5, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Photo taken on June 5, 2020 shows a model of mammoth made of waste automobile parts at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Photo taken on June 5, 2020 shows a comic book figure made of waste automobile parts at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Photo taken on June 5, 2020 shows robots made of waste automobile parts at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Children play at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province, on June 5, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Photo taken on June 5, 2020 shows a fancy car model made of waste automobile parts at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Photo taken on June 5, 2020 shows robots made of waste automobile parts at "Ban Hun Lek", or "House of Steel Robots", in central Thailand's Ang Thong Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)■

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