Your International Daily Grind...
Here's the 10 things I found on the internet worth sharing today. Today's grind features stories from all over the world. Pour a cuppa, sit back, peruse and enjoy.
- Italy - "Eat a sandwich on the steps of our cathedral and we’ll turn a hose on you." - Florence Loses Its Mind Over Tourists Eating Sandwiches
- Japan - Life with four arms looks pretty great
- Germany - Police in Germany rescue man being chased by baby squirrel
- Brazil - Criança Feliz (Happy Child) is an ambitious new parent coaching program in Brazil. It teaches parents the importance of early childhood learning and development with the goal of fighting inequality. If it works, it might lift millions in Latin America’s largest country out of poverty. The focus? Its youngest citizens: children between the ages of zero and three.
- England - To fend off Netflix, movie theaters try 3-screen immersion
- Vietnam - A group of Vietnamese "learn" questionable recipes for phở from American recipe sites that, for instance, try to substitute daikon radish for the noodles?:
- Japan - The first dedicated digital art museum in the world – a 107,000-square-foot venue recently opened in Tokyo and conceived to transcend “the constraints of material substance”. Augmented reality, digital art, and the spectacle of made-for-Instagram exhibits have already proliferated across galleries and museums around the world. But the new digital art museum may be the most spectacular of them all.
- Ukraine - Irina Dzhul is a Ukrainian professional photographer from Kiev. She's somewhat talented:
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