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DaBoz uses urban dance as a form of expression and wants people in the city to adopt its carefree attitude
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From the big-nosed Proboscis monkey to the crazed-looking Aye Aye, these creatures give a glimpse into the wild and strange world of nature
There's no guarantee the information you see on Facebook or Instagram is true - here's how to make sure you're being responsible when sharing it.
You already know you can't steal, but did you know it's legal to fire a cannon once, (but twice will get you into trouble)?
The country has seen many economic, scientific and infrastructure advances since Mao Zedong declared the creation of the PRC in 1949
The social media platform now lets anyone create designs, from creepy spiders for your Halloween posts to an effortless no make-up look.
Though the recent movement is largely leaderless, individual protesters have clearly defined jobs during mass rallies that end in stand-offs with police.
If the constant news about tear gas and petrol bombs is leaving you feeling drained and distressed, it's okay to take a step back.
One of the first children ever to receive 3D-printed bionic arms talks about how she uses social media as a force for good.
The STEM enthusiasts from St Mark’s School built an application that measures the distance between objects via radio-frequency identification.
More than just memes and inspirational quotes, the app is also a great place for gorgeous pictures and cute animals that can help you de-stress.