Ah, tea — it’s the most widely consumed drink in the world, and a staple of the Asian (and, indeed, global) diet and lifestyle. But while its myriad health benefits are well-documented, the results of a new study might just be enough to give you pause before firing up the kettle for your next brew — particularly if you’re someone with the predilection for drinking your tea piping hot.
A team of researchers from Iran found that tea drinkers who preferred their beverage at temperatures of 60 degrees Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit) or higher and drank more than 700 ml (roughly two large cups) a day had a 90% higher risk of developing esophageal cancer compared to those who consumed less tea and at cooler temperatures.
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Cheng Jhia-wen, 28, studies law at Chinese Culture University in Taipei and teaches an elective called knowledge-based economy and intellectual property at the Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology in neighboring Taoyuan.
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A video showing the 25-year-old staff member walking on the tarmac while wearing sunglasses quickly went viral on the popular Chinese video platform Tik Tok, gaining more than a million views, according to CGTN.
A fire brigade in Liuzhou, in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region released a series of promotional posters earlier this month and it’s getting hot in here!
The fiery pictures have since gone viral across Chinese social media, with one commenter saying, “Really handsome! Salute to our national heroes!”, according to Shanghai Daily.
Moon Jae-in was elected South Korea’s new President on Tuesday but all eyes are on one of his handsome bodyguards.
The election comes after Park Geun-hye, the country’s first ever female president, was impeached over a corruption scandal.
The men of Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan are apparently just as steamy as the hot springs found in the region.
Located on the far eastern coast of the island of Honshu, Ibakira TV has released promotional videos of the prefecture’s various onsen, the bathing facilities and small traditional inns featuring semi-naked guys pouring hot water on their chiseled bods.
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