It may seem a little weird to see middle-aged men in Korea dress up like their favorite K-pop girl group. But there's a reason.
The general cemetery in Santiago, Chile, is a place where families come together. In life, and in death, sports teams, families and all manner of people choose to live the after-life together. The living regularly tend their graves and visit their departed family members.
What if the Red Sox decided to fork out for a group crypt or Lady Gaga got to build her own grave the size of a small pyramid guarded by two huge sphinxes? In the General Cemetery of Santiago, Chile, such things are possible, as Olivia Crellin reports.
Young Japanese designer Noritaka Tatehana pitched his Geisha-wear inspired designs in an email to Gaga's stylist.
This year's Super Bowl halftime show will be Madonna's first ever — but she's a singer known by probably all ages of NFL fans. With a new album forthcoming, a new movie out this week and younger rivals challenging her pop stardom, this could be Madonna's chance to restate her relevance.
Hengeilivable! Nonsensical English words and phrases are all the rage among young Chinese.