In 2013, police of H.Krong Pak District in the same province found 1,042 marijuana plants in a garden of a local woman. The grower said that she used the plant to feed pigs, fish, chickens and ducks and did not know marijuana was harmful. … [Read more...] about Chickens chowing down on sweet Mary Jane?
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Long lines of visitors can often be seen patiently waiting to purchase a loaf of bread at Ba Phuong banh mi shop in Hoi An. The shop has been attracting large numbers of customers each day since Ba Phuong’s baguettes were once referred to by celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain as "the world's best". … [Read more...] about Must-try street food options for a day trip to Hoi An
The American singer, 39, drew attention and applause when she appeared in a Cong Tri creation – a turquoise mini dress with a plunging neckline, oversized shoulders and a large waist tie – for the Blind audition episode of The Voice Australia as a judge on Sunday. … [Read more...] about Kelly Rowland wows The Voice Australia with Cong Tri creation
President Ho Chi Minh lived in Ho Chi Minh City for nine months before embarking on his journey abroad for national salvation in 1911. The house he lived in, at 5 Chau Van Liem street, Ward 14, District 5, has been officially recognized as a national historical relic. President Ho Chi Minh's items are showcased at the memorial house … [Read more...] about President Ho Chi Minh’s memorial house in Ho Chi Minh City
With the streets empty, the creatures have been spotted hanging out by a shopping centre, scampering through the lobby of a hospital and even feasting on pricey fish stolen from a pond. While many think of tiny Singapore as a densely populated concrete jungle, it is also relatively green for a busy Asian city, and has patches of rainforest, fairly clean waterways and abundant wildlife. There are estimated to be about 90 otters in Singapore, making up 10 families, and appearances at popular tourist sites around the city-state's downtown waterfront have transformed them into local celebrities. They featured in a documentary narrated by David Attenborough, are tracked avidly by the local media -- and have been spotted more frequently since people were asked to stay home and workplaces closed in April to fight the virus. "When there's restriction of movement, there's less vehicles and there's less people, so the urban space opens up," said N. Sivasothi, a biologist at the National … [Read more...] about Singapore otters’ lockdown antics spark backlash