With the recently declining tensions between North Korea and the United States, the possibility of reunification is beginning to show up peppered into conversations about the region.
For defectors to South Korea, the reality can be compounded by their own reality: suicidal thoughts and depression.
Every now and then you see cute little teddies lashed to a truck, why?
Read more at: The New York Times
The reality is very Game of Thrones
Source: BBC Travel
Flying is already a total nightmare between the long lines at check-in and security, the obstructive and intrusive security checks that hardly do anything to protect flyers apart from giving them a false sense of security are terrible. Then come the boarding lines.
But what if I told you there was a better way to get on an airplane?
Click to find out at: Vox
A huge part of the American Dream is that of owning a home with a lawn and of keeping it green and beautiful. One thing that surely isn’t a part of it is landing in jail because of an unkempt lawn in some kind of twisted modernization of a debtor’s prison.
So what is it about lawns that keeps the imagination alive? And what began the entire madness in the first place?
Click to find out more at: 99% Invisible
There has been much conversation about women and body image in recent years, and it all seems to be reaching a new high in 2016. But what happens when you take one nation’s beauty standards and apply it to the same image? How does each country reflect its perceptions of beauty and what fits in each bucket?
Click to find out more at: Perceptions of Perfection Across Borders
The Confederate flag has been a source of controversy in the United States in recent times; a debate that was kicked off by shootings in Charleston, SC in 2015. However, things are different in Argentina. There, anyone who anybody wears this brand:
Click to learn more at: Al Jazeera America