How did Israel become one of the leading powers in innovation and design? Despite its critical geographical location and limited resources, Israel transformed itself through design concepts and creative methods in order to overcome its limitations. From July 9 to Aug. 14, "Creative Roughness -- Contemporary Israeli Design" (質樸創意學--當代以色列設計展) is showcasing some of the extraordinary breakthroughs Israel has accomplished over the past 20 years.
Pokemon Go mania has quickly swept the U.S. as players armed with smartphones hunt streets, parks, rivers and elsewhere to capture monsters and gather supplies in the hit game.
High demand for the mobile augmented-reality game Pokemon Go crashed the app's servers in Australia Tuesday, while attracting safety and trespassing warnings from police.
HELENA, Mont. - The Lewis & Clark Humane Society is caring for nine dogs a South Korean woman said she saved from being killed for meat.
Do we need to re-think the grape varieties we grow in the face of climate change?
Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colors found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, pick themselves up off the floor after participating in U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on Saturday, July 9. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany.
A man attends the ceremony of the "Grande Fuoco" (Big Fire) during Celtica, the festival of Celtic culture and traditions in the Bois-de-Peuterey in Val Veny, Courmayeur, near Aoste, Italy on Saturday, July 9.
Chile has been a huge success story with its reputation for great value, reliable Cabernet Sauvignons and Chard 0onnays. The industry has, though, been operating within a structure which has favored the big guys, who churn out commercial,......
Kumo, a mechanical spider made of wood and steel by "Les Machines de L'Ile" ("Machines of the Isle of Nantes") factory, is presented to the public for the first time in the streets of Nantes, western France on Friday, July 8.
Visitors who dress immodestly will not be allowed to enter Cambodia's famed Angkor temple complex, the agency that oversees the site said Thursday.1 Comment