The one finger selfie challenge is taking the internet by storm with some naughty pictures. The challenge was inspired by an Anime image created by Sky-FreeDom, and now people on Japanese social networks are trying to recreate the picture.
Students from New South Wales and Victoria have made their way to the Gold Coast to carry on the Schoolies party which was kicked off recently by people from Queensland. Schoolies has become an annual tradition for graduates in Australia. During the first week of the festival many people were arrested, and it doesn't look like the craziness is going to stop anytime soon.
Studying is tough work, and it's not for everyone. Some people try their best to ace their exams without ever studying, and if you find yourself in a bind, you might want to try out these interesting strategies so you can fail with style.
TSA agents encounter crazy people on a daily basis, and they also confiscate crazy weapons. Recently the TSA has been documenting the items they seize and posting them on Instagram, and they've quickly built up a big following on the social network.
Yang Maolin from Xian is 101 years old, but that hasn't slowed him down. He still heads to the local park every single day to use the horizontal bars as a way of making sure he gets the physical activity he needs.
Book lovers are definitely going to want to visit Book And Bed in Tokyo. It opened in 2015, and the hostel offers guests books, and a bed where they can lay down and enjoy a little reading. The idea has been so successful that Book And Bed is set to open up a second location in Kyoto.
The Chinese army is not for the weak at heart, and if you want to join the ranks you need to be tough. Chinese soldiers are often subjected to harsh conditions and training exercises where they have to run in temperatures of -35C.
Chechen weddings are unlike any other weddings on the planet, and they come complete with a gun firing motorcade. Chechen weddings are unique, and often the bride will meet many members of the groom's family for the first time on the wedding day. Throughout the day the bridge stands, and she can only sit with the permission of a zolovok-in-law.
Tünzale Memmedzade spent 3 years of her life rewriting the Quran by hand. She used 164 feet of silk, and three pints of liquid gold and silver to recreate it, and she says that she considers the project to be her masterpiece.