Let’s do this again, next year!

Let’s do this again, next year!
LONDON (Reuters) – Teacher Dave Barclay flew thousands of miles across the Atlantic to Wales to attend his friend’s wedding, only to discover he was a year early.[Lees verder]

The contraception reception
BEIJING (Reuters) – Condoms of all shapes and sizes were on display at a Beijing fashion show on Wednesday featuring dresses, hats and even lollipops made of the said item.[Lees verder]

Nation bans karaoke bars, Internet cafes?
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea’s security agency has ordered the shutdown of karaoke bars and Internet cafes, saying they are a threat to society, a South Korean newspaper reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Japan obsessed with mystery men’s room money
TOKYO (Reuters) – An elderly man nearing death who wants to give something back to the world, or just a prankster?[Lees verder]

Joining the rat race against flood-fleeing rodents
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s war of attrition on an estimated 2 billion marauding rats plaguing cropland around a flooded lake has claimed more than 2 million rodent casualties in one district alone, state media reported.[Lees verder]

Vietnam experiences a “quiet” sexual revolution
HO CHI MINH CITY (Reuters) – A young woman lives with her boyfriend but hides it from her family, girls write blogs about love and relationships and couples seeking privacy cuddle in public parks at nightfall.[Lees verder]

Springfield, Vermont, to host Simpsons premiere
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Welcome home to Springfield, Vermont, Homer and Marge Simpson.[Lees verder]

Let’s do this again, next year!
LONDON (Reuters) – Teacher Dave Barclay flew thousands of miles across the Atlantic to Wales to attend his friend’s wedding, only to discover he was a year early.[Lees verder]

The contraception reception
BEIJING (Reuters) – Condoms of all shapes and sizes were on display at a Beijing fashion show on Wednesday featuring dresses, hats and even lollipops made of the said item.[Lees verder]

Nation bans karaoke bars, Internet cafes?
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea’s security agency has ordered the shutdown of karaoke bars and Internet cafes, saying they are a threat to society, a South Korean newspaper reported Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Japan obsessed with mystery men’s room money
TOKYO (Reuters) – An elderly man nearing death who wants to give something back to the world, or just a prankster?[Lees verder]

Joining the rat race against flood-fleeing rodents
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s war of attrition on an estimated 2 billion marauding rats plaguing cropland around a flooded lake has claimed more than 2 million rodent casualties in one district alone, state media reported.[Lees verder]

Vietnam experiences a “quiet” sexual revolution
HO CHI MINH CITY (Reuters) – A young woman lives with her boyfriend but hides it from her family, girls write blogs about love and relationships and couples seeking privacy cuddle in public parks at nightfall.[Lees verder]

Springfield, Vermont, to host Simpsons premiere
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Welcome home to Springfield, Vermont, Homer and Marge Simpson.[Lees verder]