Sunday, June 15, 2014
Dinosaurs weren't cold-blooded — like modern-day reptiles — nor were they warm-blooded — like mammals and birds, according to a study out Friday aiming to answer a question that has intrigued paleontologists for decades.
Saturday, June 14, 2014
When Lina Safar moved from her native Syria to Florida with her U.S.-born husband in 2010, she assumed she would return occasionally, see her family, walk in her neighborhood and shop at her favorite markets.
Multiplayer action has been part of video-games going back to “Pong,” and ever since home consoles went online, few major games are released without some way to compete or cooperate with friends.
Thursday, June 12, 2014
The National Palace Museum in Taipei and National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung have been ranked among the world's 20 most popular museums in 2013 by a U.S. business association.
Sunday, June 8, 2014
Sweaty merchants have given way to trendy tourists and horses to flashy cars, but roadside inns known as “khans” in the heart of Bucharest are getting a new lease on life after marathon restoration works.
Thursday, June 5, 2014
The Shanghai Song Hu Campaign Memorial Hall (上海淞滬抗戰紀念館) in mainland China yesterday proposed a new artifacts display plan set to feature the stories of the famed Defense of Sihang Warehouse (四行倉庫保衛戰) and “girl guide” Yang Huimin's (楊惠敏) delivery of the flag of the Republic of China during the Battle of Shanghai (淞滬會戰).
A German museum has put on display a copy of Vincent van Gogh's ear that was grown using genetic material provided by one of the 19th-century Dutch artist's living relatives.
Sunday, June 1, 2014
The Taipei Arts Festival has adopted the theme of “looking” this year to “open the eyes” of the audience to the different possibilities of performing arts through a diverse lineup of theater, dance and acrobatic performances.
An Australian gallery will return a portrait once thought to be the work of Vincent Van Gogh to its rightful owners in what is believed to be the country's first restitution of art lost under the Nazis.
Monday, May 26, 2014
An original page of drawings featuring the intrepid boy reporter Tintin sold at auction Saturday for more than 2 million euros, a new world record for a comic strip.