A dozen giant bronze animal heads representing the signs of the Chinese zodiac are stopping people in their tracks in downtown Boston and sparking conversations.
Showered with dozens of prizes over the past two years for his achievements in culture, literature and the arts, Taiwanese artist Liao Chun-mu (廖俊穆) has been awarded the title of Chief Ambassador of Intangible Cultural Heritage by the Chinese Culture and Arts Association (中國文化藝術協會).
You can waltz with Leo, pirouette to "Swan Lake" or join Beyonce on the disco floor. Well, your holograms can, at Tokyo's Madame Tussauds wax museum.
French culinary favorite Pierre Gagnaire is to take over from the world's most Michelin starred chef Joel Robuchon at the luxury hotel and restaurant La Grande Maison in Bordeaux, wine magnate Bernard Magrez said on Thursday.
Prince had prescription opioid medication on him and in his home when he died last week, U.S. media reported, although autopsy results have yet to indicate why the pop icon died.
Online commerce colossus eBay on Thursday opened a virtual wine shop.
An ancient stone sculpture of Buddha's footprints that was smuggled into the United States and had been expected to sell for more than US$1 million was returned to the government of Pakistan on Wednesday.
Whether scorned woman or confident seductress, Beyonce moved seamlessly between the two on the opening night of her Formation World Tour in Miami, offering no insight into the rumors of marital infidelity fueled by her latest album.
Selina, one of the three members of the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E, signed the legal papers Wednesday to finalize her divorce from her husband Chang Cheng-chung, the group's management company HIM International Music Inc. confirmed Thursday.
"Prince, surely not? Can we turn this year off and turn it back on when it stops being a giant exit for all the most talented people?"