Pet owners should take responsibility for their pets' wellbeing. Unfortunately, overweight animals make for rather entertaining photos.
In this gallery, we see that Chinese have a love for mahjong that even earthquakes, tropical storms and even death cannot disrupt.
Sleeping is an universal activity. Posed or natural, we all end up in funny sleeping positions when we are off in dreamland.
Indian commuters are faced with ridiculously jam-packed stations and trains every day on their way to work.
The son of a Taiwanese millionaire, Justin Lee allegedly secretly took and kept pictures and videos of over 40 celebrities engaged in sexual acts with him.
This 27-year-old young royal has no lack of media scandals. We take a look at his previous outrageous moments captured in the recent years.
These quirky phone booths will entice you to leave your mobile phone behind and make a call the old-school way.
These photos have an increased 'cute' factor because they feature animals posing with miniature versions of themselves.
Hong Kong's television stars brought the glitz and glamour to the Marina Bay Sands at the StarHub TVB Awards.
Some people love cats and dogs, others love snakes and llamas.
A young man riding a bicycle was hit by a car when he suddenly cuts into the driver's lane.
Netizens have been abuzz about quilt folding skills unique to the People's Liberation Army.
Not sure how to flavour the look of your house? See how you can create a one-of-a-kind home with these ingenious DIY decorating ideas.
Some people have opted to add a creative touch to their final resting place. Here are some examples of imaginative and unusual coffins from around the world.
Whoever said Lego was a child's toy? Here are some cool Lego gadgets which allow you to bring your love for the coloured brick into adulthood.
We take a look at some former champions who have met with unemployment, chronic illnesses and criminal convictions since they left the world of competitive sports.
Collectors who have kept drink cans unopened since the 1980s and 1990s will find theese soft drinks are highly sought after now.
Nathan Sawaya is the world's leading Lego artist and has used more than 1 million Lego bricks to create his sculptures.
The closing ceremony, entitled 'A Symphony of British Music', was a celebration of Britain's pop prowess ringing round the Olympic Stadium.
Most sports photography focuses on picture perfect moments, but sometimes the photographer captures some of the light-hearted outtakes that people don't often see in sports news.
Singapore's Feng Tianwei took home a cool $250,000 for her bronze medal but how much do other Olympians get?
Themed "Loving Singapore, Our Home", this year's NDP celebrated national unity and the Singapore spirit.
Gleeful citizens decked out in red and white watched the (NDP) and sang in unison to the nation's anthem.
Synchronised swimmers train longer than many Olympic athletes - as much eight to 10 hours a day, six days a week - and much of that is done under water. How do they make it look so easy?
Here is a look at how Singapore's leaders marked Singapore's 47th year of independence before the National Day Parade.
Little is known of the leader at one of the most dangerous governments in the world but these rare pictures provide insight into the life of Kim Jong Un.
As the nation celebrates its 47th birthday, we highlight these people from different walks of life who have made our nation proud by pursuing their dreams.
Here are some of the most creative print advertisements which have managed to capture and intrigue audiences across the world.
Although peculiar, many of these contests help to draw attention to global problems and fight negative stereotypes.
Apart from the action and excitement taking place at the London games, news photographers have also captured these offbeat and humourous moments on camera.
Check out the lively dance moves and snazzy costumes of Olympic cheerleaders here. -AsiaOne
Singapore is not the only country which has recruited talented athletes from China to achieve its Olympic dreams.
Clothes are worn for comfort or self-expression but we wonder what message these people are trying to deliver with a watermelon-bikini or shiny orange leopard prints tights.
These artists created art which the public are able to interact with. Be careful when you are out on the streets, you might end up becoming part of an artwork.
Here are some other 'lowlights' from the gymnastics competition at the London games.
The Summer Olympics are back, and with these bodies competing, the heat is turned all the way up.
Photos from the 1900s which capture the tumultuous period when the Chinese empire gave way to Western powers on its shores.