A 96-year-old man painted his village in Taiwan as a way to prevent the government from demolishing it; as a result, it attracted many tourists, earning the name “Rainbow Village” for its colorful murals.
Huang Yung-Fu, a retired soldier living in Taichung, Taiwan, turned his village – a temporary housing area that the government gave to soldiers – into a massive art gallery that showcases his artwork.
A Japanese netizen who arrived at the end of a rainbow shared the “magical” sight on Twitter, amusing anyone who has ever wondered what it looks like.
Rainbow colored rolls are the growing trend among sushi lovers on Instagram.
No, we’re not talking about the assorted rainbow roll that consists of a California roll topped with sashimi — we’re talking about a multi-color explosion on a sushi feast.