Head keeper Tran Van Truong gently takes a curled-up pangolin into his arms, comforting the shy creature rescued months earlier from traffickers in Vietnam.
Once a premier industry event, Tokyo Game Show has been increasingly overshadowed by global competitors in recent years.
A photo contest celebrating 70 years of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Cambodia kicked off at Factory Phnom Penh on Wednesday under the theme 70 Years of Friendship in My Eyes.
The pandemic has affected everyone in the world in some way, but some have been hit harder than others.
Lebanon on Sunday held a concert for the victims of last month’s deadly Beirut blast in the grounds of a 19th-century palace wrecked by the massive explosion.
Kennosuke Nakamori’s sonorous voice fills a small room as he practises the lines of a traditional Japanese Noh play, even though he hasn’t performed before a live audience in months.
It was a Friday afternoon, and Zarie Sibony was at her check-out counter at the Hyper Cacher supermarket on the eastern edge of Paris when a man wielding two Kalashnikov rifles burst through the doors.
Sweet and sour fish on a vegetarian menu might sound weird, but patrons at Riverside’s JC Vegetarian Restaurant can rest easy because no fish was harmed in the preparation of this tasty meat-substitute dish.
Victor Dumas is convinced that his fellow French butchers wield their knives unlike any others, and is hoping the UN will agree they deserve pride of place at the global culinary table.
Nun Channy, a former farmer from Battambang province, stared at bunches of leftover bananas in her backyard, wondering how she was going to make ends meet without customers.