Leyna Bloom and Yumi Nu are the newest Sports Illustrated models that have made history this year. The first Black-Asian, and curvy Asian models, respectively, are proving that women of all sizes and colors can stand out in fashion.
Imagine going to a garden where you can eat everything – that’s exactly what you can do at Tokyo’s Edible Garden. Now, the famous establishment, together with Bar ben Fiddich, offers a tasty cocktail made using edible roses.
Sony Pictures Animation is releasing K-pop: Demon Hunters, a much-anticipated movie about a young female k-pop group sensation who tackles evil demons in between pleasing their fans. The animated musical is made by the same studio behind Spiderman: Into the Universe.
Co-founder and executive chef of Obscura, DeAille Tam, was recently named Asia’s Best Female Chef. This major milestone is a testament to Tam’s amazing artistry, skills, and commitment to her craft.
Myanmar youth are fighting the junta’s internet shutdown and information suppression with an explosive underground printed newsletter they are secretly distributing across communities.
Several hundred people have already booked their tickets and begun training for a spectacular voyage: a few minutes, or perhaps days, in the weightlessness of space.
Chloe Zhao’s “Nomadland” won this year’s top Hollywood directing award Saturday — the final major guild ceremony before the Oscars, and an important late bellwether in Tinseltown’s pandemic-delayed and mainly virtual award season.
Cambodians who lost family during the Khmer Rouge genocide Sunday slammed an Irish artist’s decision to digitally add smiles to old black and white pictures of victims killed by the regime.
It was 50 years ago but Zhang Xielin still remembers vividly how a shaggy-haired American table tennis player stepped onto the Chinese team’s bus, a chance encounter which would shape history.
Chinese regulators hit e-commerce giant Alibaba with a record 18.2 billion yuan ($2.78 billion) fine on Saturday over practices deemed to be an abuse of the company’s dominant market position.
Two men who roamed the Indian capital using monkeys to rob unsuspecting victims have been arrested, New Delhi police said Saturday.
Hundreds of Pakistani Hazara women are learning how to deliver side kicks and elbow blows as martial arts booms within the marginalised community.
Japan has decided to release treated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, reports said Friday, despite strong opposition from local fishermen.
A Hong Kong official on Friday defended plans to curb public access to company searches, a move transparency, media and some business advocates have warned will hamper the exposure of shady corporate dealings.
In her tiny Hanoi apartment, tattoo artist Ngoc inks middle-aged women whose lives have been upended by divorce or illness, each of them searching for healing through an art form that is still largely taboo in Vietnam.