A Hawaiian man, who has dedicated most of his life “yo-yoing,” recently became the World Yo-Yo Champion.
Evan Nagao displayed an incredible performance in Shanghai, China on Sunday to win the 2018 Yo-Yo World Championships.
A shopping mall in Japan’s Iwata Prefecture hosted the 12th World Chabudai-Gaeshi Tournament on June 16, drawing a number of folks eager to flip a tea table.
That’s right — the tournament is a tea table flipping contest!
A winning performance on international music competition 2018 Eurovision Song Contest has sparked controversy online amid criticisms of cultural appropriation.
Israel’s Netta Barzilai claimed the top spot during the finals night of the longest-running annual international TV contest with an unusual performance of her song “Toy.”
British singer Jessie J recently became the first foreigner to win a singing competition on Chinese television.
On Friday, the 30-year-old Londoner, who is known for her international hit songs “Price Tag” and “Flashlight”, won the top prize for “Singer 2018” (歌手), a widely popular reality show in China.
11-Year-Old Girl Becomes ‘America’s Top Young Scientist’ For Inventing Sensor to Detect Lead in Water
Gitanjali Rao from Lone Tree, Colorado, won The Discovery Education’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge this year for her sensor that detects lead in water better than current methods.
Rao, 11, was proclaimed “America’s Top Young Scientist” on Oct. 17 and will take home $25,000 for her winning invention.
Stubhub is looking for candidates who will travel to music festivals all over the country this summer and post their experiences to social media.
The giant ticket reseller company will pay their social media guru $5,000 in cash, cover the expenses of their travel and give them free admission to every single one of these events.