Friday, June 19, 2015
The U.S. wine market, already the world's biggest, still has "phenomenal" potential for growth if handled with care, U.S. wine professionals said this week at the world's leading wine fair, Vinexpo.
Japan is holding its first ever toilet design contest, with organizers looking for "most comfortable," "cheapest for the developing world" and "safest for women," officials have said.
Madonna has brought out some of the biggest fellow names in pop -- and two of her children -- in a new video she debuted Wednesday on the fledgling streaming service Tidal.
Vandals have sprayed yellow paint on a controversial sculpture on display in the gardens of France's famed Palace of Versailles that has become known as the "queen's vagina."
Dayeh University's (大葉大學) Department of Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management recently invited Armando Palmieri, a seven-Michelin-starred patissier from Italy to teach students about bakery, pastry and delicacies.
A group of students led by Yeh Tzong-Ho (葉宗和), chief secretary and associate professor of Nanhua University (南華大學), held an exhibition of Chinese ink and wash paintings in the university library earlier in June.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Turkey's former president and Prime Minister Suleyman Demirel, a giant figure in the country's politics for over half a century, died Wednesday, the state Anatolia news agency said. He was 90.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
The magic super group "The Illusionists" will -- poof! -- reappear on Broadway this fall.
William Friedkin, the U.S. director who made the Oscar-winning movies "The Exorcist" and "The French Connection," is dismissive about the flood of superhero and sci-fi movies that have taken over today's box office.
A high-end monthly magazine and website available in English and Chinese titled "Le Pan" launched in France's wine mecca Bordeaux on Monday at the world's biggest wine fair, Vinexpo.