Alaska's largest city is home to more than 300 grizzly and black bears and now more than a dozen multicolored ones.
Murder Ink (偵探書屋), Taiwan's first mystery-oriented independent bookstore, is the talk of the town among mystery aficionados, due largely to the owner's unique management strategy and the shop's one-of-its-kind atmosphere.
The long-awaited National Taichung Theater will start trial operation Friday and will officially open on Sept. 30, with the Taichung government holding a ceremony Thursday to donate the opera house to the Ministry of Culture.
Internationally-renowned Chinese calligrapher Dr. Chang Ben-hang (張炳煌) has been appointed as an honorable museum director at the China Calligraphy Museum (中國書法博物館名譽館長) in Tieling City, Liaoning Province (遼寧鐵嶺市), China.
A U.S. judge said Tuesday that a celebrated artist was right when he insisted he didn't paint a work now owned by a retired prison worker, a finding that likely ensures the piece will now be worth a fraction of the previous estimated value of US$10 million or more.
A satirical cartoon depicting a celebrity in Ghana schooling a British diplomat on how to speak pidgin English won laughter and praise from the crowd at a street festival in Accra.
A one-million-pound (US$1.3 million) mural by British street artist Banksy which mocked government surveillance has been destroyed during building works on the house on which it appeared in 2014, the local council said Monday.
This photo taken Thursday, Aug.18, shows a visitor walking inside a room with an installation entitled "Tropical Mirage" by Onemaker Group during a preview of the Singapore Night Festival.
When North Korean defector Choi Sung Guk decided it was time to go public with his experiences, he avoided the well-trodden "harrowing memoir" route in favor of a cartoon strip.
Tourists and philatelists who have a passion for collecting stamps should stop by a stamp shop in Paris that sells rare postage stamps from all over the world.