Things are heating up in Asia as China and Japan attempt to steal some of the sunshine that Korea is currently enjoying from the world. Governments are trying to brand their countries as fun and cool and going so far as to put limits on the import of Korean TV dramas to better compete.
Pink Zones are a topic of debate and some Koreans are calling it reverse-discrimination. Several female-only areas (pink zones) have popped up across Korea as part of an effort to make women feel more comfortable and safe. These no-men zones include female-only library seating sections, lounges, smoking areas, buses, and parking. Continue reading →
Time magazine’s top 10 list of well-being foods were chosen to meet the following requirements: lower cholesterol levels, fight against heart disease and cancer, and aid in longevity. Continue reading →