Sunday, October 6, 2013
A man who's devoted himself to honoring the memory of poets from the past has now visited 300 grave sites of poets ahead of this weekend's fourth annual Dead Poets Remembrance Day.
Saturday, October 5, 2013
Some say it could be something in the water. Others point to a tree with mystical significance for locals. Maybe it's just chance.
Bill Eppridge, the photojournalist behind the iconic and haunting images of Robert Kennedy's assassination in 1966, has died at the age of 75, the National Press Photographers Association said Thursday.
An American woman who became world-famous after filming herself dancing to express her discontent with her working environment in Taiwan has been offered a job by U.S. talk show host Queen Latifah.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
A Taiwan digital news animation company has released a parody film in response to a viral YouTube video that showed one of its employees quitting because of what she called poor working conditions.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
A YouTube video through which a young American woman expresses her discontent with her working environment at a Taiwan digital news animation company, has gone viral online, attracting over 3 million hits since it was uploaded on Sept. 28.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
With melons that sell for the price of a new car and grapes that go for more than US$100 a pop, Japan is a country where perfectly formed fruit can fetch a fortune.
Sunday, September 29, 2013
The surprise first phone contact Friday between presidents Barack Obama and Hassan Rouhani was not only a dramatic moment in U.S.-Iranian ties, but also in the field of digital diplomacy.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's office denied Saturday that his family has no love for Larry, the Downing Street cat. Following claims in a new book that Cameron acquiring the moggy was little more than a public relations stunt, a “savelarry” hashtag began trending on Twitter.