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  • Titanic Gold Watch Breaks Auction Records, Sold for $1.46 Million On the 27th (local time), Bloomberg reported that a gold watch salvaged from the Titanic, the luxurious passenger ship that sank in 1912, was auctioned off for £1,175 million (€1,38 million, $1,46 million). The watch, worn by the late American magnate John Jacob Astor IV at the time of the sinking, was sold at an […]
  • Climate Change at Its Finest? Unusual Tornado Activity Struck in the Midwest Tornadoes have struck the Midwestern region of the United States, causing damage to homes and buildings and several injuries. Although tornadoes are common in some parts of the United States, recent events may have been influenced by climate change, according to some analyses. According to DPA and other sources, dozens of tornadoes struck the Midwest, […]
  • Billionaire's Secret to Immortality: A Daily Dose of Chocolate Known for investing approximately $2.3 million annually to regain youth, American billionaire Bryan Johnson chose pure, unprocessed cocoa, the main ingredient in chocolate, as his secret to maintaining his youth. According to the New York Post, on the 25th (local time), Johnson recently revealed in a video posted on his YouTube channel, “I have been […]
  • Get Ready, Tesla: China's Low-Cost Electric Car is Coming to America This summer, a Chinese electric vehicle (EV) that performs similarly to Tesla’s Model Y but is over $8,700 cheaper will enter the U.S. market. According to reports from Reuters, the Chinese EV company Geely, which has acquired the Swedish car manufacturer Volvo, will start selling its five-seater EV EX30 in the U.S. This marks the […]
  • India's 47-Million-Year-Old Giant Snake Fossil: Measures 47 Feet in Length, Weighs Over 1 Ton A 15-meter-long fossil of a colossal snake, believed to have lived 47 million years ago in India, has been discovered. A research team from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITR) announced on the 19th (local time) that they have uncovered 27 well-preserved snake vertebrae fossils in a mine in Gujarat, western India. This discovery […]
  • Crypto King to Courtroom: Zhao Changpeng Could Spend 3 Years Behind Bars Three years in prison, more than double the guidelineCharged for laundering and brokering sanctioned local transactions  U.S. prosecutors have sought a three-year prison sentence for Changpeng Zhao, the founder of Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange. Zhao is facing charges of laundering. According to reports from Reuters and other outlets, U.S. prosecutors requested a three-year […]
  • Xi Jinping's True Intentions in Serbia In Serbia, a non-sanctioning country against Russia, Xi will clearly express his intention to cooperate with Russia It has been reported that Chinese President Xi Jinping is planning to visit Serbia next month, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the Chinese embassy in Serbia. Bloomberg reported on the 23rd (local time), quoting […]
  • Trump's Possible Return to Power? Allies Strategize Amid Tight Presidential Race Allies prepare scenarios for Trump’s reelection.Back channel diplomacy and appointment of pro-Trump personnel are underwayKorea takes a low-key approach while keeping an eye on Biden As the U.S. Presidential election in November is about six months away, American allies are preparing for the potential “Trump 2.0” era as former President Donald Trump and President Joe […]
  • Korean Snack Turtle Chips Lands in U.S. Google, Netflix Offices On the 24th, Orion disclosed the successful distribution of their acclaimed Turtle Chips in Five Below and Miniso outlets, two of the fastest-growing retail stores in the US. This achievement is thanks to the snack’s increasing popularity among young consumers. The surge in demand among the youth, influenced by their exposure to Korean culture through […]
  • North Korea, Iran, and Russia: Fueling Military Cooperation or Economic Relations? North Korea has dispatched a high-level delegation to Iran, which was on the verge of a confrontation with Israel, and further issued a statement criticizing the Korea-U.S. joint exercises and downplaying Russia. Analyses are coming in some aspects that North Korea, Iran, and Russia are strengthening cooperation via missile technology and weapons. On the 24th, […]
  • Did North Korea Produce Your Favorite Animation? Shocking Discovery Raises Eyebrows Evidence suggests that American and Japanese animations, including popular ones like Amazon Prime’s Invincible, were produced in North Korea. On April 23, 38 North, a North Korean-focused publication under the American nonprofit Stimson Center, reported through a paper by Senior Researcher Martyn Williams that animation work files were found on a cloud storage server using […]
  • AI Revolutionizes Pizza Making: GOPIZZA Files for U.S. Patent On April 23, GOPIZZA announced its application for a U.S. patent related to its Artificial Intelligence (AI) Smart Topping Table System. From its inception, GOPIZZA has been developing its technology through its Future Technology Research Institute. Based on this, they have developed and patented an advanced AI Smart Topping Table System in the U.S. The […]
  • Samsung's RISC-V Tech: A Potential Risk to National Security The U.S. government is raising objections to the RISC-V standard that Samsung Electronics (005930) has selected as a future system semiconductor design intellectual property. Unlike traditional Central Processing Units (CPUs) such as ARM and x86, RISC-V is an open-source design, raising concerns that it could be used in China’s semiconductor development. The U.S. government has […]
  • WWII-Era Transport Plane Crashes into Tanana River in Alaska According to reports from the Associated Press and other outlets citing local Alaskan authorities, a Douglas C-54 Skymaster transport plane crashed into a river near Fairbanks, Alaska, on Tuesday, April 23. The transport plane fell into the Tanana River, about 15 miles (approximately 24 kilometers) southwest of Fairbanks International Airport, around 10 AM KST (2 […]
  • New Leadership Takes Helm at JP Morgan Chase China The head of JP Morgan Chase’s China branch has been replaced after ten years. According to a statement from JP Morgan Chase on the 23rd (local time), Lu Fang has been appointed as the chairman of the investment banking division in China. In addition, Greg Yu, who was the vice president of JP Morgan Securities […]
  • 35 and Out: Age Discrimination Rampant in China's Tech Industry As Chinese tech giants struggle with management due to government regulations and economic repression, job opportunities for mid-30s tech workers are rapidly declining, the Financial Times (FT) reported on the 23rd (local time). There’s a growing fear of being laid off in the mid-30s and difficulty in reemployment, leading to the lamentation of 35. The […]
  • AppleTV Plus Nears FIFA Club World Cup Broadcasting Agreement Apple is expanding the service area of its online streaming service, Apple TV Plus. The New York Times (NYT) reported on April 22 that the International Football Federation (FIFA) has almost finished negotiations with Apple for the global TV broadcasting rights of the new FIFA Club World Cup for a month. According to insiders, Apple’s […]
  • China's Harbin Beer Faces Controversy Over Mold Toxin Detected in Product Harbin Beer (Image= Baidu) Controversy is brewing over detecting the mold toxin Deoxynivalenol (DON) in Harbin beer from China. According to test results from the Hong Kong Consumer Council, this toxin was detected in Harbin’s Maidao beer but not in 29 other varieties of beer. This toxin can develop during the grains’ fermentation process. While […]
  • Paralympian Accused of Sexual Misconduct with a Minor A South Korean Paralympian in his 40s, who participated in the recent Tokyo Paralympics, has been arrested on charges of purchasing sex from a minor he met on a dating app. According to the police on the 23rd, the East Yongin Police Station in Gyeonggi Province is investigating a Paralympian who has been charged with […]
  • Intel vs. Nvidia in the Battle for China's AI Market ▲ On December 14th last year, Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel Corporation, unveiled the next-generation AI accelerator, Gaudi3, at the Intel Corporation AI Everywhere event in New York. Photo=Newsis Intel plans to launch an AI chip targeted at the Chinese market in response to the US-led semiconductor export sanctions against China. On the 16th (local […]
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