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French Street Artist Ememem Transforms Cracks in Pavement Into Gorgeous Mosaics

A French artist has taken up a unique effort to mend these minor but ugly cracks on pavements and roads. Ememem, the artist, has...

A Gifted and Very Special Illustrator of the Philippines

Bernadette Solina Wolf is a gifted painter and children’s book illustrator in the Philippines. She has become a popular illustrator who always includes Philippine...

Enjoy the Best Art of the Louvre in the Comfort of Your Home

The 2020 pandemic hit everything and everyone very hard. With most parts of the world still battling the COVID-19 virus, lockdowns are imposing stricter...

‘Here Live Only Sparrows’: China’s Vanishing Villages in Contemplative Photos

Here Live Only Sparrows is a photo series on China's vanishing villages that is beautifully and quietly observed. It serves as a poignant reminder...

When Calligraphy Meets Poetry: Magic Woven by Seb Lester

There is never not a good time to read a motivational quote. Imagine walking down the street, engrossed in some sorrow, and suddenly you...

New Zealand: A New World, a New Life, With Endless Possibilities

There are many reasons for people from China wanting to migrate to New Zealand. It is a peaceful, stable, democratic, and prosperous country with...

The Beautiful Tradition of Lithuania’s Papercut Art: Karpiniai

Wanderlust never feels completely satisfied unless a European country is added to your Instagram stories. One such scenic and picturesque destination is Lithuania. With its...

How One Man Uses Origami to Change People’s Hearts

Whatever you want or can imagine, Liu Tong can use his hands to create it just with a piece of paper. From a rhino...

‘The Yellow River: China’s Mythical River and Human Interventions’ by Photographer Zhang Kechun

In 2010, Chinese photographer Zhang Kechun set off on his fold-up bicycle to spend two years photographing China's legendary Yellow River. During his river...

Inks Containing Lead Likely Used as Drier on Ancient Egyptian Papyri

Analyzing 12 ancient Egyptian papyri fragments with X-ray microscopy, University of Copenhagen researchers were surprised to find previously unknown lead compounds in both red...

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