|Pompeii to Be Released in China Next Month|
Historical disaster movie Pompeii is expected to be released in Chinese cinema in August. The film is essentially a love story but viewers do get to see epic gladiator battles.
|Cheryl Cole Tops UK Singles Chart|
UK singer Cheryl Cole has landed her fourth solo number one in the British singles charts. Her latest chart topper means she has become the third Brtish female in history to have more than three UK solo number ones.
|How Does North Korea Select Cheerleaders?|
Who are they and what makes them qualified enough to be cheerleaders? Here are some selection standards recently disclosed by head of an inter-Korean civil sports exchange body, Kim Gyeong-sung.
|Hong Kong Teenagers Graduate from Military Summer Camp|
A total of 260 Hong Kong students graduate from their military summer camp at San Wai Barracks of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Garrison in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on July 27, 2014.
|Wearable Toy Designed to Teach Girls Computer Programming|
Women can be great programmers just like men. All they need is a little bit of passion. With that in mind, Lyssa Neel, the 10th woman to earn a PhD in computer science at MIT, has designed a wearable electronic toy that she hopes can get girls interested in computer programming.
|Google Invites Users to Help It Improve Translation Service|
When you use Google Translate, every time you think you have a better translation than offered, you can now tell Google.
|New Award Rules Prefer Combat Troops|
More awards and commendations should go to combat troops, major operations and troops serving in remote areas or places where life is difficult.
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