Sushi is even more popular outside of Japan than in Japan, and it's pretty popular there too. Traditional sushi is stuffed with fresh fish and vegetables, ingredients usually praised for their health profiles. “Sushi has this halo of being healthy,” says Katherine Zeratsky, a … [Read more...] about How healthy is sushi?
Wallabies are adorable marsupials with an appetite for greens and veggies, mainly hopping around Papua New Guinea and Australia. The majority of these animals naturally have a brown or gray coat, enabling them to blend in with their surroundings and avoid predators. While … [Read more...] about Rare white wallabies get their color from viral DNA
We love sharing the uncovering of the vast biodiversity of our world with our readers. In 2020 alone, 503 new animal species were discovered. From the Popa langur monkey, to nine new snake species and the highest living bumblebee Bombus tibeticus. It is inspiring and exciting to … [Read more...] about Weird species of worm named after Godzilla’s enemy
Over two decades ago in Osaka’s Nishinari Ward, a group of hostel owners and some others decided to start a “Stay-for-Free” volunteer movement to help the masses of homeless day laborers. Just last month, the altruistic community project hit its 10,000-guest milestone. Back in … [Read more...] about Stay-for-Free initiative for homeless in Osaka reaches 10,000-guest milestone
This past Sunday, the world’s oldest person, Kane Tanaka, celebrated her 119th birthday in Japan at the nursing home where she lives in Fukuoka prefecture in southwest Japan. Tanaka, whose status as the world’s oldest person was recognized by The Guinness Book of Records in … [Read more...] about World’s oldest person Kane Tanaka celebrates 119th birthday