Articles By Esther Tanquintic-Misa
Uruguay has become the first among all nations of the world to legalise the production and sale of the marijuana cannabis drug.
Two of China's most influential news outlets tried to make satire pieces of the polluted haze that enveloped the country over the weekend. However, the people didn't find it funny at all. Moreover, other Chinese media didn't think second thoughts to air out their opinions on the issue.
Fisher-Price's latest baby bouncy seat is too high-tech for comfort. The company had designed it in such a way that it is equipped with a slot that can hold an iPad presumably to keep newborns entertained.
Air New Zealand has announced it is on target to experience a 20 per cent jump in profits in the six months ending December 31.
Russia vowed on Tuesday to beef up its military presence in the Arctic North Pole after Canada applied to expand its territorial sovereignty into the region.
A Chinese man jumped to his death inside a mall in China after getting into an intense argument with his girlfriend who just won't give up shopping even after already on their toes for five hours straight.
In what seemed like a rare show of humility, China has flatly admitted the subject matter of climate change was not something it prepared for as it zealously worked to rise to become one of the leading economic powers of the world today.
Forced to choose between the lesser evil, Australia's national air carrier Qantas announced it will slash 1,000 jobs to rein in costs as it works to keep operations afloat.
Air New Zealand has announced it will be extending its flight services to Australia's Sunshine Coast for a third consecutive year, effective 2014.
Canada has formally joined in the fray of nations laying territorial sovereignty over the North Pole. On Monday, the country announced it had filed before the United Nations an application seeking to expand its Atlantic sea boundary.