45 Important Things From Around The World Americans Might Have Missed In 2018
So. Much. Happened. This. Year.
China’s HIV And Infertility Crisis Made The Gene-Edited Babies Experiment Possible
“I didn’t want to be a lab rat,” a man who dropped out of the experiment told a Chinese magazine.
People Are Loving This Drag Queen Who Has Become The Voice Of The Resistance Against "Brazil's Donald Trump"
"An icon who never disappoints!"
This Air Traffic Controller Died After Guiding A Plane To Safety During The Earthquake In Indonesia
"During the last phase of my takeoff, he was still on that tower waiting for me to go up," the pilot of the plane told BuzzFeed News. "That's why I call him my guardian angel."
A Swedish TV Show Said Chinese Tourists Poop In Public And People Are Pissed
The program also told Chinese tourists that if they "see a person with their dog on the street, this does not mean they have just bought their lunch."
This Couple's Wedding Reception Was Struck By A Tornado And It Looks Absolutely Terrifying
"Everyone panicked. We were so scared," the groom told BuzzFeed News.
This Elderly Woman Tried To Order Food Straight From The Delivery Guy And So He Placed The Order For Her
"Faith in humanity restored."
People Are Ugly-Crying Over This Single Dad Who Wore A Dress To A Mother's Day Event For His Sons
"Best mom of 2018."
A Japanese Medical University Lowered Female Students' Scores Because It Didn't Want Too Many Women Doctors
The university believed accepting more male students would help solve the university hospital's doctor shortage because female doctors would inevitably drop out of the workforce after they get married and give birth to children.
Sorry, Everyone: Japan's Not Hiring Ninjas For $85,000 A Year
The mayor of Iga had to call a press conference to deny the reports of a lucrative job opening.
These Photos Of Beautiful Dresses Around The World Are Absolutely Breathtaking
A Blogger Has Been Exposed For Stealing Photos For Her Popular Instagram Account
In a comment on her Instagram page, Sadelle Yeung said, "I accept good feedback and bad criticism, but I just think that it should be fair."
This Cartoon Shows The Team Effort Of Rescuing The Thai Boys' Soccer Team And People Love It
"This will be a good lesson for not only us, but also for the whole world that big obstacles can be overcome through cooperation."
This Woman Threw Ink On A Photo Of China's President On A Livestream And Now She's Disappeared
Dong Yaoqiong's Twitter account was also deactivated after her protest against the Chinese president.
A Male World Cup Reporter Was Forcibly Kissed By Female Fans And Caused A Sexual Harassment Debate
The clip has been viewed 3.5 million times and kick-started a huge debate in China.
The Marriage Of An 11-Year-Old Girl To A 41-Year-Old Man Has Spread Outrage On Social Media
Government officials are investigating but say that there is no record of the marriage.
These Christians Went To A Pride Parade With "I'm Sorry" Signs And People Love It
"Jesus didn't turn people away. Neither do we."
After South Korea's World Cup Win, Mexico Supporters Have Been Accused Of Racism
The two TV hosts who were suspended for making the gesture live on TV have since apologized.
After Japan Beat Colombia, A Colombian Soccer Fan Made A Japanese Woman Humiliate Herself On Camera
The man has since apologized and said his actions were the result of his “frustration and mixed feelings” after the Colombian team’s defeat.
The World Cup Has Brought People All Across The World Together. But It's Treated Women Like Shit.
Apparently this shit is still happening.