Mattel, the maker of Barbie dolls, recently unveiled its new doll line up featuring South Korean boyband Bangtan Sonyeondan (BTS).
Many believe that getting the toy treatment from the renowned doll manufacturer just made sense due to the KPop act’s skyrocketing global popularity.
China’s controversial sex doll sharing service became so popular that it caught the attention of the police, which took the service down for being too vulgar.
Xiamen-based company Touch also sells other vulgar items such as sex toys, but only their doll rental services were flagged as too inappropriate for the authorities to allow.
A “living doll” has been making waves in Japan’s fashion modeling scene recently.
That’s because Lulu Hashimoto is unique — she’s a full-body doll suit, made up of a wig, a mask and stockings with customized “joints” resembling that of an actual doll.
An 81-year-old grandmother from Hawaii has inspired the creation of American Girl’s latest doll called Nanea.
Dorinda Makanaonalani Nicholson is a “child of war” who lived through the aftermath of the devastating Pearl Harbor attack in 1941. According to Today, she was six years old when the bombs hit the harbor.
One adorable little girl named Korra Lam wanted to follow in the footsteps of Asian tradition by removing her Barbie dolls’ shoes before she places them in her Barbie Dream House.
The 4-year-old from Orange County, California, got the dollhouse as a Christmas present, but it wasn’t until Sunday that her 16-year-old half-sister, Ivy Ho, realized that Korra was taking off all the Barbie dolls’ shoes.
Computer geeks can install their Android OS and plug in their USBs into a Japanese “smart doll.”
The Smart Doll line is modeled after the mascot of Japanese television show “Culture Japan.” The dolls can be turned into mobile battery charging station for their mobile devices or into a desktop case for their smartphones.