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Digital installation

A woman bouncing on a trampoline with an "intergalactic" projection at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo.


Outdoor artwork

"The Mastaba", an unfinished outdoor artwork made up of over 7,000 stacked barrels by Bulgarian artist Christo Vladimirov Javachef beside the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park, London.


Button football

People playing button football in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Every weekend, some 20 to 30 players meet in the city to play with customized colorful buttons inspired by teams and legendary players around the world.


Child always lying, how to stop behavior?

I have a daughter who can't seem to stop telling "tall tales." I catch her in lies all the time at home, and now she's complaining that the children at school don't believe anything she says. Does she simply have a great imagination, or is this a serious problem?


Rewriting history? HK education turns political battleground

The culling of key phrases from a history textbook and a push to instil Chinese national identity in students has raised fresh concerns that education in Hong Kong is under pressure from Beijing, as it seeks to stamp out any hint of pro-independence sentiment.


Yoga and cheesecake for new mums in plush Chinese 'sitting centers'

Yoga class starts shortly, the pristine massage centre is open for business and cheesecake is served on a platter of pastries and fruit.


Bossy piggy bank, loo roll gun wow Tokyo toy show

From a piggy bank that demands your cash to a pump-action gun blasting damp toilet roll pellets: Tokyo's toy show has a bewildering array of gadgets to delight both kids and the young-at-heart.


Summit dishes

A "RWB" or Red, White and Blue commemorative dish created by Sardinian chef Simone Depalmas at a restaurant in Singapore ahead of the summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.


Mumbai slums get colorful makeover

Mumbai's slums are getting a colorful makeover thanks to an organisation that aims to change how people perceive deprived areas in India's financial capital.


Lessons in loathing at North Korea's museum to 'US atrocity'

Every few minutes a new set of visitors arrives at the 'Revenge-Pledging Place' at North Korea's Sinchon Museum, where regime propaganda insists US troops massacred more than 35,000 people during the Korean War.


 

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