Each and every year Reddit organizes a massive Secret Santa gift exchange and this year one lucky Reddit user known as Aerrix got Bill Gates as her Secret Santa. Bill Gates spared no expense and he hooked her up with the ultimate Christmas care package.
In 2011 climbing champion Laya Chi-Wai from Hong Kong got in a motorcycle accident that left him paralyzed. Laya hasn't let the fact that he's in a wheelchair slow him down as he recently climbed a cliff in China that is 500 meters high.
Siro Ortiz is an 11 year old kid from New York and every Sunday he brings his folding table out to the streets and offers emotional advice for only two dollars. Siro says he's been bullied in school and that has hardened his emotions, and he just wants to share his wisdom with people in need.
The Algerian town of Ain Sefra isn't a place that's normally associated with winter weather, which is probably why amateur photographer Karim Bouchetata was shocked when he woke up to see snow had fallen on the Sahara. Luckily for the rest of the world, he took some beautiful pictures that captured the bizarre weather.
Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong put together an interesting project to try and raise awareness about pollution in the oceans. Von Wong used 10,000 plastic bottles and he placed them in a warehouse then had two beautiful mermaids attempt to swim through the collection and the photos are captivating.
Tempelhof Airport serves a very different purpose nowadays as it's currently Germany's biggest refugee camp. The airport is now home to thousands of migrants and you're about to see what life is like on the inside.
California was a very popular place for Japanese immigrants to live during the World War II era, but after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Japanese were declared enemies of the US. These photos show Japanese people who were scattered across different camps in different states.
Thousands of terrified residents of Aleppo have left their homes due to the violence that has overtaken the city. Now citizens of Idlib are facing the same horrifying problems, and the situation is starting to look eerily similar to Aleppo.