Scottish novelist James Matthew Barrie who wrote Peter Pan: The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up donated the copyright of Peter Pan to Great Ormond Street Hospital which was a children’s hospital in London in 1929. He hoped the money could … Read more
Swiss will hold Referendum on a proposal soon, if this proposal is adopted, every adult Swiss citizens will get 2500 Swiss Franc( $2750) per month from the government, no matter you work or not, every minor will get 625 Swiss … Read more
The idiom “devil’s advocate” originated from the Roman Catholic Church. Roman Catholic Church would appoint an investigator to search the characters, holes and blemishs of the candidates who would be called saint, and the investigator was called “devil’s advocate.”
It’s … Read more
Uganda is located in the east of Africa，many locals worship witchcraft, a few frenzied witch-doctors say the energy of animal organs is too weak, so they believe that just using human organs to worship the gods can bring health and … Read more
Nintendo created Super Mario purely by chance, because they could not get the permission of “Popeye”, they turned Popeye into the Jumpman in the game. When this game entered the U.S. market, Nintendo’s team changed the name of Jumpman to … Read more
Tetris is a classic game of Nintendo Game Boy. Maybe it can help to treat insomnia. In 2009, the researchers found Tetris could occupy an area in the brain which is responsible for memory, also could suppress painful memories to … Read more
Rubik’s Cube was invented by Erno Rubik who was an architecture professor of Hungary in 1974.
Rubik’s Cube is too hard, even its inventor had spent one month to solve it.
Only 1 percent people can solve it.… Read more
Panama hat produced in Ecuador, not Panama. It is compiled from tequila which is one kind of local plants. It derives its name after the Panama Canal workers wear it.… Read more
The richest 1% control 20% of the total wealth and the richest 10% control half of the wealth in U.S, what do you think?
Jamie Johnson was a rebel of the wealthy class, he was the fifth generation heir of … Read more
Foxconn, the world’s largest electronics contract manufacturer which produce Apple, Android and other electronic products. Their workers are forced to sign an agreement – they will be fired if they kill them self. You will get fewer compensation if you … Read more
LSD is the strongest known hallucinogen drug entered the U.S in 1949. It used to be the “elixir for pleasure” of young Americans. Until 1966, The United States announced LSD was illegal drugs.… Read more
Before 15th century, diamond ring was only a symbol of invincibility, power and courage.
In AD 1477, Austrian Archduke Macey Mirren presented a diamond ring to French Princess Mary. From that time, there have a tradition of a diamond ring … Read more
You can buy spaghetti in McDonald’s in Philippines; you can buy beers in McDonald’s in Germany, and McDonald’s in France provide wines for the guests.… Read more
There is a wedding tradition in Germany. The bride’s family and friends will kidnap her when the groom wasn’t noticing, and then the groom should find her out in a variety of ways. This is a way to test his … Read more
99% of pumpkins for sale in America will be used to make jack-o-lanterns, 80% of them were sold during October.
Halloween was an Irish tradition festival，they carved turnips, beets or rutabagas on Halloween, when Irish people immigrated to America they … Read more
Movie Scooby-Doo (2002) was originally thought be a dark movie and PG-13, there are a lot of marijuana jokes, sexual innuendos and a romantic connection between Velma and Daphne.
“My name is Mary Jane”… Read more