Many netizens are now having a hard time trying to unsee the uncanny resemblance of Indonesian President Joko Widodo to former United States President Barrack Obama – it’s like they are clones.
Reddit user badcompanygg recently shared a portrait of Widodo on the platform with the caption stating that he looks like the “Asian Obama.”
U.S. First Lady Melania Trump is facing a new plagiarism row over the release of a pamphlet that had anuncanny resemblance to an earlier version published during the Obama administration.
Not everyone in America is happy or excited that Donald J. Trump will become the next POTUS — afterall, most of America voted for Hillary. One Asian man in particular, possibly a member of the White House press core, was clearly throwing shade at Trump during this morning’s White House transition meeting with President Obama.
To be sure where his gaze was directed, we used sophisticated calculations to determine the vector of his shade which, unsurprisingly, went straight over Obama’s head and into the president-elect’s orange face.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte recently disavowed Filipinos in America by publicly declaring that they are not considered Filipinos anymore.
Rifts in the relationship between the Philippines and the United States continue to threaten America’s vital alliance in Asia. The 71-year-old president has not not hesitated in expressing his sentiments about the U.S. publicly.
A little over a month after expressing regret for his obscenity-laden rant against US President Barack Obama, tough-talking Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte told the POTUS to “go to hell,” claiming the United States refused to sell him weapons.
He stated that he no longer cares because Russia and China are willing to be suppliers, Reuters reported. Duterte also proclaimed he was realigning his foreign policy and accused the United States government of turning its back on the Philippines.
Ever since the United States President Barack Obama dined on a bowl of “bun cha” at Bun Cha Huong Lien, new customers have been flocking to have a taste of the restaurant’s specialty: a flavorful rice noodle soup with pork patty and bacon.
During his visit to the eatery, he was joined by American chef and food critic Anthony Bourdain. Today, the two-story restaurant is emblazoned with photos of the POTUS and Bourdain.
President Obama is the chillest U.S. president to have ever lived and there is a video evidence to prove it.
Last night on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” President Obama and Jimmy Fallon starred in a music video titled “Slow Jam the News.” The jazz band was jamming and the president and comedy host made viewers swoon with their smooth lines and seductive voices.
Earlier this week, CNN host Anthony Bourdain and President Obama had a $6 dinner and beer at a small restaurant in Vietnam. The dinner was part of an interview for Bourdain’s popular show “Parts Unknown” and it’s set to air during the eighth season.
President Barack Obama revealed in March that he and his family have opted to stay in Washington for a few more years after his term ends early next year so that his daughter Sasha can finish her studies at Sidwell Friends School.
“We’re going to have to stay a couple of years in D.C. probably so Sasha can finish,” Obama was quoted as saying. “Transferring someone in the middle of high school? Tough.”
The Vietnamese “bikini airline” just put in an $11 billion order with Boeing for a hundred 737 MAX 200 airplanes.
VietJet, a low-cost 5-year-old airline, has gained a lot of publicity in the past for its bikini-clad flight attendants who have appeared in their in-flight lingerie and Hawaiian-themed shows. The airline now has nearly 40% of Vietnam’s domestic airline market.
Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh, 15, is suing President Obama over climate change. Tonatiuh was the recipient of the United States Community Service Award in 2013 which was presented by President Obama for his environmental activism. Now, the teenager from Colorado is joining forces with climate scientist James Hansen to sue the Obama administration for a lack of action in forgoing fossil fuels.
Tonatiuh was one of the young activists present at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21, taking place in Paris today. The summit includes a number of world leaders who are in attendance including President Barack Obama, French President Francois Hollande and Chinese President Xi Jinping.