Wearing Futuristic Protective Suits, Washington State Crews Destroy First US Murder Hornet Nest


Heavily protected crews worked in Washington state on Saturday to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the United States. Continue reading »

The Superb Figurative Portrait Paintings By Jie Gaoart

Jie Gaoart is a Figurative artist from the United States of America. He specializes in traditional and digital art. Check out some of his figurative art works. Continue reading »

Belgian Photographer Xavier Portela Captures Asian Cities Bathed In A Neon Pink Glow

Xavier Portela is a Belgian-Portuguese filmmaker and photographer based in Brussels, Belgian who has gained momentum for capturing scenes worldwide. Continue reading »

A Midnight Walk Through The Neon-Hued Streets Of Asian Cities By Marcus Wendt

While on a recent trip through Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Seoul, London-based photographer Marcus Wendt found himself suffering from a bout of jetlag induced insomnia and ended up wandering the streets of several cities late at night. Continue reading »

Asian Drivers Are Using Terrifying Reflective Decals On Rear Windows To Fight Against High-Beam Users


Some Chinese drivers are declaring war on tailgating vehicles with their high-beams on. The newest weapons in this road conflict are freakishly scary reflective decals, that are only visible when the driver behind activates his blinding headlamps. Continue reading »

The Largest Asian Online Retailer Alibaba Opens Rural Service Centers In The Chinese Countryside

Zheng Liying looks at a computer screen in front of a picture of Alibaba founder Jack Ma, seen on the cover of a publication, at Zheng’s Alibaba rural service centre in Jinjia Village, Tonglu, Zhejiang province, China, July 20, 2015. E-commerce growth in the countryside now outpaces that in major cities, though fewer than one tenth of online purchases made on Alibaba platforms were shipped to rural areas in the first quarter of this year. Alibaba estimates the potential market at 460 billion yuan ($74 billion) by next year. (Photo by Aly Song/Reuters)
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Hilarious Creative Asian Textbook Drawings

Some students have to much time on their hands. These students took some of that extra time and made something very creative out of it. Take a look at some of these hilarious text book drawings. Continue reading »

Modern Asian Art

Close-up of Japanese contemporary artist Tatsuo Miyajima’s installation work titled ‘Mega Death’ in Beijing. Using LED counters, computers, electrical circuits and projection videos that cycle through the numbers one to nine, Miyajima’s installations express his core artistic concepts derived from the Buddhist philosophy of ‘Keep Changing’, ‘Connect with All’, and ‘Goes on forever’, symbolising a vast realm of existential possibilities, the eternal nature of space and time, and the infinite cycle of life, death and rebirth. Or so it says here. (Photos: Nate Elliott) Continue reading »

Arnold Classic Europe, Asian and World Bodybuilding and Physique Sport Championships

Former champion bodybuilder and California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger raises the arm of Dominican bodybuilder Victor Martinez after he won the inaugural Arnold Classic Europe bodybuilding event in Madrid. (Juan Medina/Reuters) Continue reading »