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School is out and it’s a sort of a buzz. a back then I didn’t really know what it was. but now I see what have of this. the way that people respond to summer madness.

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Date Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Rush Hour 4: Face/Off 2 with Sean Combs and Byung-Hun Lee

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

Sean Combs and Byung-Hun Lee star in a parody trailer for the upcoming sequels of both Rush Hour and Face/Off. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker and John Travolta and Nicholas Cage won’t know what they’re missing.

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Date Sunday, April 19, 2015

The Expensive Antics of China’s Gaudiest Billionaire

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

Liu Yiqian has conspicuously ignored the official kibosh on ostentatious shows of wealth.

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Date Sunday, April 19, 2015

Love Ramen? Love Baths? Why Not Try a Ramen Noodle Bath.

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

The people of Hakone, Japan don’t mess around when it comes to ramen—but they don’t just eat ramen. Patrons of Yunessan Spa House know that a noodle bath is good for the skin and can increase metabolism, which is why they bathe in ramen too.

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Date Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Curious Case of North Korea’s Overseas Doctors

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

The hermit kingdom’s medical professionals work in places like Cambodia and Nigeria.

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Date Sunday, April 12, 2015

Lucky Peach Presents: Jen Yee Making Gold & Bubbles

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

In this episode of People Cooking Things, Jen Yee makes a fizzy, sparkly strawberry ice cream float.

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Date Thursday, April 02, 2015

Dads jumping next to their daughters is Japan’s latest amazing trend

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

Here’s a series of pictures of Japanese suit-wearing dads jumping next to their daughters.

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Date Wednesday, March 25, 2015

How Bloggers Made the Fashion Industry Pay More Attention to Minorities

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

The medium has forced the industry to recognize — and cater to — groups of women that it has completely ignored in the past.

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Date Sunday, March 22, 2015

Meet The Afghan Bruce Lee

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

Abbas Alizada is a 21 year old from Afghanistan who has spent his life training to become the next Bruce Lee. He emulates his face, hair, body, and most importantly his kung fu skills.

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Date Sunday, March 15, 2015

The Tijuana of China

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

The border is porous, and one town in particular has been cultivated as a place Chinese men can visit for cheap thrills.

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Date Thursday, March 05, 2015

China and the rosewood carve-up

By: II stix

Safe for Work? Yes

The ancient forests of Southeast Asia are being razed to supply growing Chinese demand for prized ‘red timbers’

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