The art of making melodies with traditional church bells

The art of bell ringing lies in silence- that's according to one seasoned attendee of the now famed Tutaev bell-ringing festival in Russia. The… Read Article

"It's like skydiving": Bungy jump from the world's highest glass-bottom bridge in China

Straddled between two cliffs in China's Hunan province, a 430-meter glass-bottomed suspension bridge offers the world's highest Bungy jump from a… Read Article

For Beirut blast survivor leaving Lebanon, everyday is August 4

For Beirut blast survivor Shady Rizk, the time has stopped since August 4 last year when a huge stockpile of ammonium nitrate exploded in the… Read Article

Romantic Russian flower-painting technique revived

A traditional painting technique is seeing a revival in one of Russia's major cities. Volkhov painting, as the name would suggest, originated in the… Read Article

The Interactive exhibit showcases 300 paintings of Dutch artist | WION

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience exhibition has opened and is showcasing more than 300 artworks of Vincent Van Gogh. Visitors can explore the Dutch… Read Article

Puppet of young Syrian refugee embarks on 5,000-mile journey

A 12-foot-tall puppet of a young Syrian refugee has embarked on a 5,000-mile journey expected to span eight countries. The aim of 'Little Amal's'… Read Article

Bologna's porticoes earn UNESCO Heritage status | WION

Italy's Porticoes of Bologna have been added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Italy has numerous World Heritage, but this is the first for the… Read Article

Musical 'Anything Goes' a tonic for London audiences after COVID, says cast | WION

Cast members from revived musical comedy "Anything Goes" hope to bring some relief to audiences from the COVID-19 pandemic in one of the first major… Read Article

Senegalese plant 'Green Wall' defence against desert

People living in some of Senegal's most arid regions are building circular gardens known as 'Tolou Keurs' as part of Africa's 'Green Wall' project… Read Article

No happy anniversary for bride caught up in Beirut blast

It should have been the happiest of times, but Lebanese doctor Israa Seblani does not even have a photograph of her wedding on display as the… Read Article

Chile's Chinchorro mummies, the world's oldest, receive world heritage listing

The U.N. has added the world's oldest mummification technique, which was developed by the Chinchorro culture located in present day Chile, to UNESCO'… Read Article

North Korea's art troupe marks anniversary of Korean War armistice

According to media reports, a North Korean troupe put on a musical show to mark the 68th anniversary of the armistice agreement that halted the 1950-… Read Article

Is your cat happy? AI app decodes feline feelings

Is your feline friend looking a bit down in the dumps? Notoriously inscrutable cats aren't the best a letting you know when something is wrong. But a… Read Article

London bar offers cocktails for pet lovers and their dogs

A bar in London is serving up drinks to a new breed of booze hounds, offering "puptails" such as a Bloodhound Mary or Barkarita to dogs brought along… Read Article

Japanese skateboarders 'excited' by two gold medal victories

Two skateboarding gold medals in two days have made the people of Japan excited about the sport which is making its Olympic debut in Tokyo 2020. Read Article