Online journals: are political blogs losing their clout? Online models: in China, the internet has spawned a new profession. And on Exit: a musical ode to Tel Aviv.
Pooh Bear went missing on Chinese social media, most likely because he looks so much like one of the country's most powerful men - President Xi Jinping.
In his video, Israeli artist Ophir Kutiel, alias Kutiman, pays tribute to the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv. He mixed the soundtrack from snippets of instruments typical for the city on the Mediterranean.
Russia and China are miles ahead of Europe when it comes to investing in social media campaigns and founding cultural institutes, a new study has found. Germany, in particular, has some catching up to do.
Veteran actor Martin Landau, whose versatile screen career stretched from the 1960s TV series "Mission: Impossible" to his Oscar-winning turn as Bela Lugosi in "Ed Wood," has died in Los Angeles.
Type "Amazon Brazil" into Google and the results list new books above the ancient rainforest. But as Tamsin Walker discovers, Berlin's independent booksellers are writing a new chapter in the history of the printed word.
In her mid-30s, Alondra de la Parra has already established herself as a notable conductor - a profession that was long a man's domain. Meet the maestra in nine pictures.
The Futurists glorified it, Pop Art dismantled it, the Fluxus movement set it in concrete. An exhibition at Art Gallery Emden shows how the car has been an influential art object for over a century.
Cyberbullying, fear of missing out, anxiety: how badly does social media affect our mental health?
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