A preview of the live-action adaptation of the manga “Saint Oniisan,” or “Saint Young Men,” shows Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha disposing of a cockroach inside their apartment in Japan.
The clip, which was posted on YouTube on June 20, briefly shows Jesus and Buddha, both the central figures of Christianity and Buddhism, respectively, trying to get rid of a cockroach without killing it.
A female tourist who sat on the lap of a Buddha statue in Thailand’s Ayutthaya Historical Park is now under fire on local social media.
In photos shared by Nopporn Chompirom on Facebook page @queentogetherisone, the unidentified tourist can be seen posing for the camera as she sits on one of the Buddhas at Wat Yai Chai Mongkol temple.
An early access fighting game featuring Jesus, Buddha, and other religious figureheads is expected to stir up controversy as they duke it out mano a mano, Mortal Kombat style.
Available for purchase for $4.79, the game is now out on Steam with the official description:
A Buddha statue that brought peace to the city of Palms near Los Angeles was destroyed when it was hit with a sledgehammer for the fourth time.
The statue was decapitated last month when a man in a white sedan pulled over at a little traffic island, which was once used as a dumping site, at Jasmine Avenue and National Boulevard and took a sledgehammer to it, the LA Times reported.
Actress Chloe Bennet put Gigi Hadid and Steve Harvey on blast for making “ignorant” jokes after Hadid was caught on video mocking Asians by squinting her eyes.
“Dear Gigi Hadid, As a kid, (and frankly as an adult) people would make fun of me for being Chinese. For having ‘Asian eyes,’” the “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” star posted on Instagram on Wednesday, accompanied by a cute throwback photo when she was a little girl. “I would laugh it off because it was always a ‘joke,’ and if I didn’t I was being ‘too sensitive.’”
A mysterious Buddha statue has recently emerged from a lake in Fujian Province in China leaving local archaeologists baffled as to its origins.
The ancient relic, believed to be from the 14th century, was found in Nancheng County after the water in the Hongmen reservoir (Zuixian Lake) was significantly lowered.