- K-pop girl group Aespa addressed the United Nations at the UN General Assembly Hall in New York on Tuesday, delivering a speech about sustainable development in the real world and advancement in the metaverse.
- The speech, which was part of this year’s UN High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, marked SM Entertainment’s first initiative since it became the first Korean entertainment company to join the UN Global Compact.
- While it is SM Entertainment's first time joining the UN initiative, Aespa has worked with the international organization before, having performed their songs “Next Level” and “Black Mamba” with the Goyang Philharmonic Orchestra as part of the 2021 UN Day Concert.
- Aespa’s recent stop in New York is part of their promotions in the U.S. for their upcoming album “Girls.”
K-pop girl group Aespa delivered a speech at this year’s United Nations High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development on Tuesday.
Standing in the UN General Assembly Hall in New York, the group gave their speech concerning the importance of sustainable development in the real world and advancement in the metaverse.
The world’s first underground luxury hotel in Songjiang, Shanghai is now accepting reservations beginning Nov. 20 with prices starting at 3,380 yuan ($490) a night.
A new contender has beaten China for the worst air pollution; India is now home to the 10 most polluted cities in the world.
According to the Economic Times, the problem lies in India’s struggle to pull together a national plan of action like China did back in 2016.
A Danish company wants people to say goodbye to throwing away pencil stubs by using their plantable pencils.
Sprout World’s pencils have a biodegradable capsule filled with peat and seeds in place of erasers. Planting the pencil stub produces flowered plants, vegetable plants, or herbs, depending on which of the 14 varieties you’ve chosen.