Over 50 Asian artists and leaders are uniting on May 30 for an 8-hour livestream on AmazonMusic to celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and for COVID-19 relief funds.
A hotel in Fukuoka, Japan is offering its rooms to guests for an unbelievable price of less than a dollar per night — albeit with one tricky catch.
Business Ryokan Asahi, located in the city’s Chuo ward, charges 100 yen ($0.92) for a regular, Japanese-style room with basic living amenities.
A man in northeastern China died just before New Year’s Day after consuming copious amounts of various liquids over time for his livestreams.
Chu, 29, reportedly drank beer, spirits and even cooking oil for three straight months before his body finally gave up.
K-Pop superstar Choi Young-Jae has a pretty bold response to a fan who criticized him on his weight gain.
Popularly known simply as Youngjae, the main vocal of the South Korean boy band Got7 was doing a live broadcast via social media platform Naver’s V Live on Tuesday when a fan took a swipe on his weight gain.
An online celebrity in China spent five days in prison for reportedly disrespecting the Chinese national anthem during one of her broadcasts.
With 44 million followers, 21-year-old Yang Kaili is considered a live-streaming star on the social media platform Huya.
This is the excruciating moment a Thai bride found herself stranded at the altar as her groom decided to “run away.”
Manow Jutathip Nimnual, 24, was set to marry Phakin Junjerm, 20, on July 22.
A Chinese online video streamer was arrested and jailed for wearing a police uniform during some of her streams.
Identified only by her surname, Hu, the livestream hostess known as “Little Devil” reportedly tried to spice up her videos with a bit of cosplay in an attempt to attract more followers. She perhaps received more attention than she bargained for, as one netizen posted about her police uniform on Weibo, which immediately attracted criticisms from other users.
A 22-year-old man who lives in a remote “cliff village” has attracted thousands of followers by vlogging about his daily life, joining the ranks of China’s wang hong.
Yang Yang hails from Atule’er village in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, southwestern China.