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George Clooney Shares Why He Gifted 14 Of His Best Friends $1 Million Each

George Clooney‘s friend and business partner, Rande Gerber, had shared back in 2017 that the big actor had once given to each of his 14 best friends $1 million in cash. Clooney confirmed this in 2020 and explained his motivation behind his generous gesture in an interview with GQ magazine. He said: “Amal and I …

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31-Year-Old Man Invited 89-Year-Old Neighbour To Live With Him To Spend Her Last Days In Company

A man has paid tribute to the woman he lived with up unto her death in what was an unusual and unique partnership. When Chris Salvatore, who is 31, moved into the local area, he didn’t know anyone. However, he soon became friendly with the 85-year-old woman who lived next door, Norma Cook, who lived …

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10 Most Beautiful Children In The World: You’ll Be Starstruck By How Pretty They Are

The following 10 most beautiful children in the world will make you fall in love with them at first sight. 1. Laneya Grace Born on June 23, 2004, in San Francisco, US, Laneya Grace is an American model and child actress. She started modeling at the age of 3 and has since stormed the modeling …

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Japanese Streets Are So Clean, Even Flood Waters Are Clear & Not Filled With Trash

Japan | The super typhoon Hagibis hit Japan on 12th October, leaving destruction in its wake. As of now, the typhoon has moved away from Japan and has gone further up North. Despite the destruction and death it has caused, some netizens have tried to focus on more positive things, such as the clean floodwaters …

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50-Year-Old Japanese Woman Stuns with Impressive High School Anime Cosplay

Japan Yet another proof of the modern adage “Asian Don’t Raisin” — a 50-year-old female Japanese cosplayer is winning hearts online for her age-defying high school anime cosplay. Sayuri Ozaki recently showcased an amazing cosplay featuring the character Kotori Minami from the “Love Live!” Franchise on her Instagram account katsumisayuri_sayuri. image via Instagram/katsumisayuri_sayuri Sayuri Ozaki …

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Japan Invents New Blanket That Promises Better Sleep with ‘Tentacles’

A Japanese firm has just unveiled a strange new blanket that resembles a favorite local noodle type. The Udon for Sleeping blanket, created by Kyoto-based Golden Field, aims to provide its users with a sound night’s sleep with the help of its gigantic noodle strands. As its name suggests, the tentacled sheet is inspired by …

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7 Japanese Things People Do in ‘Terrace House’ That May Puzzle Foreigners

“Terrace House” has been a hit show in Japan ever since it debuted on Fuji TV in 2012, but its success didn’t reach beyond Japan until 2015, when it premiered as a Netflix original. Since then, “Terrace House” has become an international hit spawning four more seasons along with a legion of fans. The show …

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Japanese Dad Builds Mini Sushi Conveyor Belt and Oden Stand at Home for His Son Bryan KeBryan Ke

Japan| A Japanese YouTuber father has gone viral for a home project involving a mini conveyor belt sushi restaurant and mini oden stand to surprise his son. Morikawapapa surprise his son in January, but social media users picked up on the video again recently and started sharing it on several platforms, including 9gag and Reddit. …

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Nike Ad Featuring Bullied Biracial Japanese Girl Has People Split On It Being Offensive

A new ad from Nike Japan has ignited controversy for shedding light on the bullying and racism faced by minorities in the country. The two-minute commercial, titled “Keep Moving: Yourself, the Future,” shows three young female soccer athletes from different backgrounds and is reportedly based on “real-life experience of athletes. One of the girls featured …

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Japanese Pro Cheerleader Reiko Ogasawara Joins the Detroit Pistons Dance Squad

Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this article displayed photos of an incorrect dancer. It has been corrected and we apologize for the error. A professional cheerleader from Japan has fulfilled her dream of making it to the Detroit Pistons’ dance team. Reiko Ogasawara, 34, became the first Japanese dancer to make it to the …

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Japanese Student Wins Over $3,000 After Suing Government Over Being Forced to Dye Brown Hair Black

After being forced by her school to dye her naturally brown hair, a Japanese high school student suffered from rashes and damaged hair. She has recently received compensation after suing Osaka’s local government. The Osaka district court announced its ruling on Tuesday and ordered Osaka Prefecture to pay 330,000 yen ($3,190) in damages to the …

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Japanese Man Survives 36 Years On Vouchers Without Spending A Single Cent Of His Own Money

This is the dream for many of us! Sinchew Daily reported a very peculiar case of a Japanese man who did not use a single cent of his own money in 36 years. How did the man do it, you may ask? Well, Kiriya Hiroshi, 71, started investing in stocks when he was 35-years-old. So …

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Japan Just Opened A 5-Storey ‘Adults-Only Theme Park’ In Tokyo’s Red Light District

So that’s why most of my friends’ dream ‘epic adventure’ is in the land of the rising sun. It seems that the sun is not the only thing that will be rising there. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, a massive 5-storey ‘amusement park for adults’ which has been in the works for a while now has …

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Meet Ryusei Imai, A Japanese 10-Year-Old Who Can Probably Kick Your Butt With Ease

This kid is probably more jacked than half of the world. This little boy here is Ryusei Imai and at first glance, you can see that he looks like an average Japanese kid. However, as you pay more attention to his physique, you’ll realise that he’s really muscular! Source: Ryusei Imai Ryusei first rose to …

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Guinness World Records: 90yo Gamer Grandma Loves To Play Shooting Games And GTA V!

Most of us grew up with gaming consoles such as PS1 or PS2 while some grew up with Gameboys. However, at a certain point in time, some of us outgrew them and started focusing on other things like studies or work. With the emergence of e-games, gaming has now become a profession (competitive gamers & …

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Japanese Man Finds Heartwarming Pictures of His Deceased Father on Google Earth

Japan| A loved one’s death is never an easy thing to move on from, what more when the deceased is a family member. However, sometimes we might stumble upon their photos or belongings that evoke nostalgia. A Japanese man tweeted about a pleasant surprise he found when he was bored. Twitter user @TeacherUfo was bored …

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Faithful Man Still Searches For Wife Who Went Missing During 2011 Japan Tsunami

Japan| A faithful husband is still searching for his wife who went missing during the catastrophic Japanese tsunami of 2011. According to Stuff, Yasuo Takamatsu, 64, lost his wife Yuko when a tsunami hit the town of Onagawa, in Miyagi, 10 years ago. Source: BBC News The Japanese man has since learned how to scuba …

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Japanese Motorcycle ‘Babe’ Turns Out To Be 50yo Uncle Using FaceApp

These days, a lot of people are not who they seem to be in this world. Recently, a Japanese “lady” biker and enthusiast who became famous on the Internet was revealed to be a 50-year-old uncle who was using FaceApp! @azusagakuyuki has a strong following of 17,000 followers on Twitter and is often seen riding …

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Japanese Company Gives Staff 10 Days Leave To Mourn When Their Idols Get Married or Retire

Japan hasn’t exactly had the best track record when it comes to healthy work cultures, especially considering they have the term ‘karoshi’, which means ‘death by overwork’, to describe and categorise the many deaths that have happened following their intense work culture. Nonetheless, one Japanese company is now making waves for giving their employees paid …

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Unemployed Japanese Woman Travels 2 Hours To Experience ‘Office Lunch Break’ With BF

An unemployed Japanese woman wanted to experience what it would be like to date someone who works at a company. So she travelled for 2 hours to experience an office lunch break with her boyfriend! The woman first tweeted about her lunch date on her Twitter as a ‘diary entry’. But, eventually, her story was …

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Japan is Having a Shortage of Ninjas Despite Offering $85,000 Salary

Japan| Iga, located in Mie Prefecture, Japan, is reportedly having a lesser-known crisis compared to the demographic one that the country is currently facing – huge shortage of ninjas despite offering candidates a pretty hefty annual salary of $85,000 as maximum.   The small city, which believes to be the birthplace of the popular ninjas, …

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10+ Awkward Animal Photos Turned Into Funny Sculptures By Japanese Artist Meetissai (New Pics)

Sometimes animals can be just as awkward as humans – and sometimes we’re even lucky to capture those moments on camera. And as ridiculous as those pictures might be, some artists actually see them as inspiration! Just take Japanese artist Meetissai for example. He turns all sorts of funny and awkward animal photos into hilarious …

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Apparently, This Ancient Japanese Technique From The 14th Century Allows People To Produce Lumber Without Having To Cut Down Trees

Japan is an intriguing country (especially for an outsider) that never ceases to amaze and inspire people by striving for perfection. It appears that the pursuit of excellence is something that’s deeply embedded in the culture, and it shows in different areas of life and various ways. The majority of us are already familiar with …

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Japanese Prank Where Kids Stick Their Fingers Into People’s Butts is Real

In Japan, children can stick their fingers into people’s butts and get away with it — at least in theory. The act, which involves putting together one’s index fingers to form a “gun,” is a socially acceptable prank known as kanchō. The term is a slang adaptation of the Japanese word for “enema.” When used …

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This Japanese Diver Has Been Visiting His Best Friend Fish For 25 Years Now

One Japanese diver has been best friends with the same wrasse fish for 25 years – and this is not a fairytale, guys. This friendship with animal is for real. Hiroyuki Arakawa has been entrusted to oversee one of the Shinto religion’s shrines called torii, which is located beneath the surface of Japan’s Tateyama Bay. …

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