This week's news takes us to Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. Among several places worldwide that have a tradition of using the chilly climate and abundant snowfall to host jaw-opening snow and ice displays and installations, one of the grandest annual events is the Harbin Ice Festival.
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The study found that skin diseases caused by parasites can relieve pain.
Bananas are the most well-known example of naturally occurring radionuclides in food because of the containment of naturally high levels of potassium in bananas.
Over the past year, crude exports in Russia have been restricted by the imposed sanctions to further impact the country’s status in the ongoing war against Ukraine.
In a significant move to gain more control over the online gaming industry, China recently unveiled a set of draft rules aimed at reducing excessive imposing through stricter regulations. The proposed measures demonstrate the Chinese government's ongoing commitment to tighter gaming sector management, with a particular emphasis on addressing concerns about gaming addiction, user data protection, and industry practices.
On January 2, 2024, Lee Jae-moong, leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, was attacked with a weapon. Lee had inspected the construction site of Gadeokdo New Airport at the Daejeon Observatory in Busan, and was attending a Q&A session with reporters at the Daejeon Observatory.
In many cases, people have manifested concerns about the negative effects of heavy metals in vaccines. So, are they actually harmful or not?
Over five days after a powerful earthquake rocked Japan, an elderly woman in her 90s was successfully rescued from the debris of a two-story house. According to Japan's public broadcaster, NHK, the rescue took place on Saturday evening in Suzu City, Ishikawa prefecture, approximately 124 hours after the earthquake.
Homecoming dances in the USA and Canada are regarded as a time for high school or college students to gather for a night of fun, usually surrounding and celebrating the school's sports teams. Here in Korea, Dwight students got to participate in this tradition as well. Two weeks ago, on February 2nd, Dwight's Upper School Student Council put on a homecoming dance for our grade 8–11 students in the theme of the Great Gatsby.