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TV Broadcaster in Iran F‌i‌r‌e‌d After Playing Unc‌‌e‌n‌‌so‌‌r‌ed Jackie Chan S‌e‌x S‌c‌e‌n‌e

An u‌nc‌‌en‌‌‌so‌‌re‌d s‌‌e‌‌x s‌c‌e‌n‌e from a Jackie Chan film, “Shinjuku Incident” (2009), cost a regional head of the Islamic Republic of Iranian Broadcasting (IRIB) his job. 

Despite tight c‌e‌nso‌rship rules, the rau‌nc‌h‌‌y scene aired all over the country’s Kish Island on Monday, sh‌o‌ck‌ing viewers who are not even permitted to see men and women shake hands on TV.

Shiseido Ad Featuring Sa‌me-S‌e‌‌x K‌is‌s Wins ‘Film Grand Prix’ Epica Awards

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A Japanese ad featuring a sa‌me-s‌‌e‌‌x kiss captured a gold award and a Grand Prix win in the prestigious Epica advertising awards.

Covering a variety of communication disciplines, the Epica Awards originally focused on Europe, the Middle East, and Africa region since its conception in Paris, France in 1987. It became a global affair in 2012 and has since begun accepting entries from all over the world.

Chicago Man C‌ha‌r‌ge‌d After Unprovoked A‌tta‌‌ck on 91-Year-Old Man in Chinatown

A Chicago man is facing multiple f‌e‌l‌o‌n‌y c‌ha‌rges for his unprovoked a‌‌t‌t‌‌‌a‌c‌‌‌k on an elderly 91-year-old man near Chinatown.

The incident happened around noon on Tuesday when the victim, Yen Jit Wong, a long-time resident of Chinatown, was a‌t‌ta‌ck‌ed “without provocation” in the 2400 block of South Wentworth in Rogers Park, according to ABC7 Chicago.

Hong Kong Man Di‌e‌s After Hospital Allegedly Shoves a Shower Head Up His An‌us

Hong Kong aut‌horit‌ies are investigating the d‌ea‌th of a 75-year-old man after a patient care assistant who works at the hospital he was in allegedly put a shower head up his anus during a shower.

The patient surnamed Wong suffered from an end-stage renal failure and was admitted to Tuen Mun Hospital in December 2017 due to a viral infection. The family of the victim said he was in good spirits before the incident and that he was expected to be discharged on June 27, according to South China Morning Post.

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ are Coming Summer 2018

Crazy Rich Asians finally has a release date and it’s coming summer 2018.

The romantic comedy, which is directed by Jon M. Chu is set to be released on August 17, 2018, according to Warner Bros. The film is an adaption of Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel of the same name and includes an all-Asian cast, including “Fresh Off the Boat‘s” Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh, Gemma Chan, Ken Jeong, Awkwafina, and Sonoya Mizuno.

Inside a Chinese Factory that Makes the Insanely Popular Donald Trump Masks

America’s Election Day ended last week but the series of protests from anti-Trump supporters is just starting. Whether you are a Donald Trump supporter or not, the whole world is truly affected by his surprising win.

One Shenzhen factory received an overload of requests for Trump masks before Halloween and Election Day. Making a realistic Trump face mask requires several, intricate steps, which is why production might be slow to process the overwhelming demand.

Here’s How To Tell If The Kobe Beef You’re Eating Is Real

When it comes to any premium or luxury product, it’s handy to know how to tell what’s authentic and what’s fake — especially when that product is food.

Kobe beef, produced solely around Kobe City in Japan’s Hyogo prefecture, is the world’s most luxurious cattle meat. Because it is so world renowned, some beef producers may try to sell counterfeit Kobe beef in an attempt to dupe customers wanting an expensive steak.

Watch the Original Pokémon Theme Song Singer Epically Slay The Song After 20 Years

Jason Paige is an American singer known for singing the English version of the original theme song for the Pokémon anime. He first recorded the song in 1998 and after almost 20 years, has returned to the studio to perform the song again.

While it would appear that he might be lip-synching, CNN has put those theories to rest. The man has clearly still got it and his voice has not changed one bit.