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[Weekender] Old music bridges generations
In a popular cartoon on the Internet, a man in his early 40s holds a floppy disk and asks a young boy, "Have you seen one of these before?" to which the boy exclaims, "Wow, you made a 3-D model of the save icon!" Poking fun at the generational gap between the youth of today and the middle-aged, the cartoon is a reminder of the inevitable ... (more)
College St. cafe Voodoo Child is going international
Voodoo Child , the tiny College Street cafe, bar and brunch destination is opening a second location in Gwangju, South Korea this April.
Archinect School Blog
The Met appoints Beatrice Galilee as Associate Curator of Architecture & Design
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, pictured above, has appointed Beatrice Galilee, who will work as Associate Curator of Architecture & Design this spring.
The Japan Times
South Koreans sue MHI over war labor
Another group of South Korean women who were forcibly conscripted as laborers to work in the wartime munitions factory in Nagoya run by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. filed a lawsuit against the company Thursday, seeking compensation of 150 million won per person.
Witnessing modern Korea through a lens
When photographer Kim Nyung-man was standing in the photo line, watching President Bill Clinton greeting media artist Nam June Paik, he sensed something was going to happen and pressed the shutter-release button instinctively.
Prosecution resumes probe on Japanese rock band for defaming sex
South Korean prosecutors said Sunday they have resumed their investigation of a Japanese band accused of defaming victims of Japanese colonial-era sexual slavery.
Politics divides Catholic faithful
At a cathedral in Gwangju, named after the May 18, 1980 Democratic Uprising in the city, over 1,200 Catholics gathered for a special Mass on Monday.
Two additional statues of comfort women to be set up in U.S.
Two additional statues of comfort women to be set up in U.S. . FEBRUARY 11, 2014 06:38.