Thousands of street children in India work as tea-makers, shoeshiners or delivery boys, earning less than a couple of dollars a day. But in Delhi, some of them have an extra designation - they run their very own cooperative bank.
Happy Graduation, Class of 2012. It’s both tragic and hilarious that young people have been swindled into thinking their vocational future lies in some corporate nirvana of magic techno-innovation (complete with ‘free trade” latte breaks).
Colors artist Fan Qiao Wang sketches this week's celebrity warlord.
There is something inherently amusing about how people who can't point out Uganda on a map suddenly become experts on the Great Lakes region of Africa as soon as Justin Bieber tweets about it.
How much would you pay for the new iPad 3? Colors artist Fanqiao Wang illustrates the cost of the cutting-edge.
On a wet Wednesday evening in Seoul, six government employees gather at the office to prepare for a late-night patrol. The mission is as simple as it is counterintuitive: to find children who are studying after 10 p.m. And stop them.'
In South Korea, a country where education trumps all, teenage rebellion doesn't take the form of saggy pants or experiments with beer. Instead, Korean teenagers…