A new ad from China Airlines has become a hit for featuring some uncanny relatable experiences for travelers.
Centered on the theme #WhatTravelBringsYou, the ad campaign focuses on the good and bad decisions that travelers make along the way.
A female influencer in China was arrested after trying to force a kiss on an elderly man on a busy street in Hefei, Anhui province last weekend.
Armed with her phone and a selfie stick, the unnamed woman was reportedly wandering the streets to find her “victim.”
A viral video taken in Malaysia shows the moment a mother narrowly saves her child from falling off a ledge.
In the viral video, posted online by Twitter user 999 Malaysia, a mother and her child can be seen walking out of the elevator, however, the woman is preoccupied with something as her child darts straight to a ledge.
An auntie is now going viral on Facebook after she was filmed rocking out to karaoke with the hit ‘90s grunge rock single from Nirvana, “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”
The unnamed rockstar woman is said to be a friend of Najib Haziq, the poster of the video from Pulau Melayu, Malaysia, according to Mashable.
A YouTuber’s video ended in a pitch black screen after an altercation with a local who intervened as he filmed bystanders and made disrespectful comments along a street in Pattaya, Thailand.
The man, who goes by the handle of “Chuck Wow,” started his YouTube channel in October 2018, focusing on “fun travel videos with girls, friends and nightlife” in the coastal city.
A YouTuber is making a lot of jaws drop with his nearly perfect imitation of the text-to-speech robot voice, that you might even think that he is the real one.
The man, who runs the YouTube channel Alex, posted a video on Apr. 8 where he perfectly imitates the text-to-speech voice as he reads the intro of “The Flash,” according to Mashable.
Videos of men screaming in agony at “childbirth bars” in China have once again graced the internet.
“Delivery Bars” or “Childbirth Bars,” which have become attractions at malls and department stores throughout China, use electrodes to stimulate the abdomen to simulate contractions that mothers experience when giving birth.
A father from Hebei, China has been summoned by the police after he was caught pulling his son on a tire sled through an icy road.
The clip, which was taken on February 14, managed to catch the attention of the police when it circulated on China’s Weibo, CGTN reported.
A Japanese teacher recently made the news after punching a high school boy in the face; when the incident became viral on social media, however, many netizens gravitated to his side.
The incident involved a teacher who was engaged in a heated argument with a 16-year-old student in the hallway of Metropolitan Machida Sogo High School in Tokyo on January 15.
Editor’s note: This article has been updated with the reported identity of the suspect.
A Caucasian woman went on a racist rampage aboard the D line subway in New York this week.
A pedestrian in Tokyo, Japan discovered a “door to another world” amid tall buildings that seemingly transported him to a different place and time.
The man, who goes by @R_Nikaido on Twitter, shared a video of the disorienting experience that took place while he was strolling along the city’s affluent Ginza district last week.
A father and daughter were recently spotted doing homework in a subway station in Wuhan, China, after a blackout on Sunday evening.
In the surveillance footage circulating on Weibo, the father and daughter can be seen arriving at the station with a bag full of books and papers.