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Kokeshi dolls! I am currently stationed in Japan, and think these dolls are super cute!

JEALOUSY INCARNATE 2016 ep24 Korean Romance cast: Kong Hyo Jin, Cho Jung Seok, Ko Gyung Pyo, Lee Mi Sook, Park Ji Young, Seo Ji Hye, Lee Sung Jae, Mun Ka Young, Kim Jung Hyun, Ah Woo Yeon. Depicts the fierce competition at a broadcasting station and the love between anchor Lee Hwa-Shin and weather caster Pyo Na-Ri.

Japan consists of forty-seven prefectures, each overseen by an elected governor, legislature and administrative bureaucracy. Each prefecture is further divided into cities, towns and villages. The nation is currently undergoing administrative reorganization by merging many of the cities, towns and villages with each other. This process will reduce the number of sub-prefecture administrative regions and is expected to cut administrative costs

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The world's first vertical forest is under construction in Milan

Wow! Milan will soon be home to Bosco Verticale, an impressive green building project that incorporates nature to filter pollution and offer the lucky residents shade from the hot Mediterranean sun. And as the seasons change, so will this leafy building!

Persevere, Goo Hae-Ra (South Korea, 2015; Mnet). Starring Min Hyo-rin, Kwak Si-yang, Jin Young, Henry, Park Kwang-sun, Yoo Sung-eun. Airs Fridays at 11 p.m. (1 ep/week) [Info via Asian Wiki] >>> Currently available on Viki.

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Haydarpaşa Garı

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Chinese paintings from Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) of some ancient “beauties” in their daily livings. The artworks were painted on folding screens (184cm x 98cm) and are currently stored in Beijing’s Palace Museum.