On Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s 86th birthday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams wanted to honor her by naming the Brooklyn Municipal Building in her honor. Over 90,000 people have signed his petition.
The Japan Times
Once an indispensable part of daily life in Japan, Washipaper was used for everything from writing and painting to lampshades, umbrellas and sliding doors, but demand has plunged as lifestyles have become more Westernized.
Hands up! It’s the… avocado police? When the cartels tried to muscle in on the lucrative avocado pie, these farmers organized themselves and fought back.
Hong Kong Tatler
Sustainability, fashion and lifestyle are not words you commonly hear together. This engaging video by Hong Kong Tatler shows how you can meld all three – while looking out for the environment!
South China Morning Post
Few things are as contentious in Hong Kong as the topic of the best wonton noodles. SCMP tried to save us the pain of deliberating, and reviewed 7 of the best here.
There’s no better way to immortalize van Gogh than to create a completely hand-painted, animated film in his signature style. The whole process took 100 artists over 6 years and 65,000 paintings to create.