A man who missed giving his girlfriend a token this recent Chinese “Valentine’s Day” made it up to her in the most extra way imaginable.
The celebration, which took place on May 20, saw lovers exchange gifts for each other, though tradition had most men alone prepare something special for the women in their lives.
A Japanese puppy is going viral on Twitter for his incredibly derpy reaction after feeling the sea for the first time ever.
Fuji, a five-year-old Akita Inu, was a little reluctant to go near the beach at first. As seen in the first picture, he refuses to budge while his owner pulls him towards the beach.
China has begun construction on its first nuclear power plant on the sea this week.
The project, which will cost 14 billion yuan ($2 billion), is being built on the coast of Yantai in Shandong province, eastern China, Qilu Evening News reported.
Few people know of the “sea gypsies” who spend their lives on the water and inhabit the remote islands off the coast of Malaysia.
The Bajau people, otherwise known as sea gypsies, are native to these areas and have been minimally affected by the world’s rapid globalization. Their isolation has allowed them to continue living the traditional lifestyles that their ancestors led.