Film buffs can watch the latest Oscar-winning films for less than 40 yuan ($6), nearly half the usual ticket price for a Hollywood blockbuster in China.
For years, so many twins have been born in the small southern Brazilian town of Candido Godoi that residents wonder whether something mysterious lurks in the water, or even if Josef Mengele, the Nazi physician known as the Angel of Death, conducted experiments here.
Shooting skyward like a jagged knife, the giant stump in a cul-de-sac in this Northern California town is by all appearances dead.
Lots of stuff piled onto shelves or stacked in the middle of store aisles can coax a shopper to buy more.
Along the rivers of the Amazon rain forest, people still recount legends in which pink dolphins are magical creatures that can turn into men and impregnate women. Brazilian musicians write songs about them.
Slip on the white lab coat, adjust the headphones and listen as a voice tells you to close your eyes and breathe. A science experiment? Perhaps. But it's a $20 dessert at Park Avenue Winter in New York, and it was the work of tthe performance artist Marina Abramovic.
Underwater shoots add new dimension to wedding photos.
Thousands of Beijing residents got into the green spirit last Friday to celebrate the 42nd World Earth Day.
Chinese-American architects Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu found that Shanghai was the perfect place to restart a life.
Eagle-eyed Manhattan pedestrians may spy them high above the street: lush, tree-lined gardens, whose defiant greenery interrupts an urban panorama of concrete and glass.
Photographs taken by a retired military officer capture interactions between soldiers and their trainee dogs at a base in Guangxi.
High-Flyers from around the world recently traveled to home of the kite for a very special event.