A new era for E-Sports: Minecraft set to be one of five new sports held at the Tokyo Olympics

Virginity, which was once a social stigma, is simply the new epic. Japan has announced that the computer game Minecraft will be one of five new IOC approved sports to be introduced during the 2020 Summer Olympics. Continue reading A new era for E-Sports: Minecraft set to be one of five new sports held at the Tokyo Olympics

In light of recent drone incursions, City Harvest Church proposes new business venture

The recent unauthorised drones intrusions into airspace around Singapore’s Changi Airport has many experts divided as to which counter-drones system should be used. Fortunately, an unlikely organisation has proposed a solution to the problem. Continue reading In light of recent drone incursions, City Harvest Church proposes new business venture

Japan gears up for war against the ‘Otaku Subculture’; Minister Itsunori Onodera pushes for the reinstatement of Article 007 and use of nuclear warfare

JAPAN: Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera on Thursday (20th June) urges member of the cabinet to start taking a stand against the ‘Otaku – Subculture’ Continue reading Japan gears up for war against the ‘Otaku Subculture’; Minister Itsunori Onodera pushes for the reinstatement of Article 007 and use of nuclear warfare

Virginity level hits all–time high on International Sugma Scale; Japan struck with unexpected socio–economic crisis as fertility rates continues to drop

The Ministry of Social Affairs has recently published it’s 2019 annual population health surveillance report where it demonstrated alarming findings under the Section 6(a)(e) results analysis, otherwise known as the International Sugma Scale (ISS) findings. Continue reading Virginity level hits all–time high on International Sugma Scale; Japan struck with unexpected socio–economic crisis as fertility rates continues to drop

G20 agreement has wrong focus, plastic pollution actually good for marine animals, according to environmental organisation

The Group of 20 major economies have agreed on Sunday (16 June) to create an international framework for members to voluntarily reduce plastic pollution in the ocean. While most environmental organisations have hailed the effort, one particular organisation did not share the same sentiments. Continue reading G20 agreement has wrong focus, plastic pollution actually good for marine animals, according to environmental organisation