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K-pop Sensation BTS Urges The World's Youth To "Find Your Voice"

K-pop Sensation BTS Urges The World's Youth To "Find Your Voice"

A few years ago, the idea that a Korean pop, or K-pop, group would perform to sold-out shows worldwide, top the Billboard 200 charts, and dethrone global phenom Taylor Swift's YouTube record for the biggest music video debut, would have been met with some skepticism. But the Bangtan Boys, or BTS as they are popularly called, have managed to accomplish all three feats, proving beyond doubt that music is a “universal language” which transcends across countries, languages, and cultures.

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Japanese Man Sets New Guinness Record For Spinning World's Largest Hula Hoop

Japanese Man Sets New Guinness Record For Spinning World's Largest Hula Hoop

The modern-day version of the hula hoop, introduced by the Wham-O toy company in 1958, has inspired fans to set numerous world records. These include the longest hula hooping marathon (74 hours and 54 minutes), the most number of hoops spun simultaneously (200), and the most number of rotations completed in a minute (243). Those unable to outdo serious hula hoopers in technical skills have turned to setting records using novelty hoops. The most recent feat, which involved spinning a massive ring, falls in that category.

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Video Of The Week — i-Creamy's Gelatos Are A Feast For The Eyes And Mouth

Video Of The Week — i-Creamy's Gelatos Are A Feast For The Eyes And Mouth

Pichaporn Sapsittiporn and Sasinuch Lapwongpaiboon, who co-own the i-Creamy Artisan Gelato shop in Sydney, Australia, take great pride in creating some of the tastiest gelato using the best possible ingredients. However, the award-winning Asian-inspired flavors are not the only reason people line up outside the creamery, even on cold winter nights. They are also here to admire and devour the beautiful gelato roses that are crafted before their eyes.

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Video Of The Week — Pixar Confirms The Shared Universe Theory

Video Of The Week — Pixar Confirms The Shared Universe Theory

Disney is famous for creating interrelated plot lines across its superhero blockbusters – from Iron Man to The Avengers to even the television series, Agents of Shield. Now the movie studio has confirmed a theory first suggested by a fan in 2013 — the animated movies made by its subsidiary, Pixar, also share a common universe.

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Creating J. K. Rowling's Magical World Of Fantastic Beasts

Creating J. K. Rowling's Magical World Of Fantastic Beasts

If you thought the captivating creatures in the movie adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, looked and acted somewhat familiar, you are not wrong. That’s because to create the mythical creatures, animators from three visual effects companies, Framestore, Rodeo FX, and MPC, drew inspiration from real-life animal physiology and behavior.

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Japan's Prestigious Good Design Award Goes To . . . A World Map?

Japan's Prestigious Good Design Award Goes To . . . A World Map?

The decision to bestow the 2016 Good Design Award, Japan’s most prestigious design honor, upon the AuthaGraph World Map came as a surprise to many. Given that previous winners have been innovations like personal mobility chairs and robotic arms, people wondered what had impressed the judges about the design of a map. It turns out that this strange-looking map is the most proportionate depiction of our planet.

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