At Haesindang Park, there are penis wind chimes and totem poles, veiny canons made of iron and a row of fully clothed life-size statues masturbating as their dogs look on.
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Afghan rugs witness the conflicts that have been tormenting the country in the past thirty years: first they showed Soviet weapons, then they depicted the consequences of the 9/11 attacks, today they feature US drones, in quality wool.
Yesterday, nearly 2,000 young archers gathered to compete in Ohmato Taikai. All were born between April 1, 1994 and March 31, 1995.
Ancient India's 200-foot-long "jumbo planes" could fly not only forwards, backwards and sideways, but from planet to planet.
96% percent of the bluefin population has vanished, thanks to Tokyo's high-profile annual auction and a global tuna black-market.