#. Longest Animal Ever' Discovered in Deep Sea Much of the ocean remains unexplored, and marine biologists are constantly discovering truly amazing creatures. A good example is a recent encounter in which scientists may have found the longest organism in the world. The discovery was made by an underwater robot in the Ningaloo Canyons in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of Western Australia. Durin..
#. China Unveils Official Digital Currency China recently announced its plan to launch the world's first official digital currency. The country will begin testing its new currency system in four major cities starting in May. The Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP) is the brainchild of the Chinese central bank. Although numerous digital currencies such as bitcoin already exist, the DCEP is..
#. Drive-in Concerts Held Two Korean cities recently offered special concerts for their citizens. These concerts let people enjoy music and observe social distancing at the same time. On April 25, the city of Yongin became the first to organize a "drive-in" concert. It took place in the parking lot of Yongin Citizen Sports Park. The audience stayed in their cars and watched the performance. Mean..
#. Students Build Minecraft School Due to coronavirus outbreak, many students are studying from home instead of in classrooms. As a response, students at one New York City high school came up with a novel idea. The students built a replica of their school online. They used the popular video game Minecraft for their project. To build the virtual version of their school, the students first studied..
#. Streaming Wars' Heat up In recent years, a major change has been happening in the television and movie industries in the United States. More and more people are using their smart devices to watch TV show and feature films. To do this, they are subscribing to different streaming services. This has led to the so-called "streaming wars" to take place. Various streaming platforms have emerged and..
#. The Mystery of Sailing Stones Recently, NASA shared an unusual image for its Picture of the Day series. It showed a large rock by itself in Death Valley, a vast desert in southwestern United States. A long track behind the rock made it seem as if the rock had moved on its own. The rock is called a sailing stone, also known as a sliding rock. And believe it or not, it moves across one part of ..
#. Talchum Considered for UNESCO Heritage On April 1, the Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) announced that it has sent in an application to UNESCO. He is asking that "talchum" be designated as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Talchum is a type of mask dance that is considered an important part of Korean traditional culture. It is a composite of different art forms, having ..
#. K-pop Stars Make Subway Announcements On the subway, it is often hard to get people's attention. Many passengers rarely pay attention to the overhead announcements. So, Seoul Metro came up with a clever idea. The subway operator recently hired K-pop stars to record the announcements. In April, Joy and Seulgi of the girl group Red Velvet recorded 12 messages to be heard on subway lines 1 throu..
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