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WTF of The Day: A Japanese Adult Film Actress Will Appear on Metro Cards in Taiwan
Via: Slate
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Things are about to get a whole lot hotter on Taiwanese public transportation, and not because of the summer heat.

Japanese adult film star Yui Hatano will appear on metro cards in Taiwan with "angel" and "devil" themes, reports BBC.

Here's an SFW version of the angel card.

And for those feeling a little naughty, the devil card.

Via: Taipei Zoo
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Since being born at the Taipei Zoo in July, Taiwan's newborn panda Yuan Zai has been separated from her mother Yuan Yuan under medical quarantine for over a month. This week, the two adorable pandas were finally reunited for some quality snuggle time and a nap. Check out Taipei Zoo's YouTube channel for the latest videos of Yuan Zai's adventures!

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Via: Reddit
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Fishermen use flares to attract fish at night. Also check out the video footage.



Meanwhile in (X) of the Day is a feature series bringing you the latest buzz from all over the continents with a special focus on non-English speaking parts of the world.

Via: Doobybrain
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This insane Taiwanese news program continues to recap world events with the most bizarre animation. Their take on the Obama - Romney debate features fire breath, the Gangnam Style dance, and Big Bird's violent chainsaw murder.

Politics, right?

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Doomed To Repeat It of the Day: A mock-Nazi parade, complete with swastika armbands and "Sieg Heil" salutes, which took place at the Sacred Heart School in Chiang Mai, Thailand, was roundly condemned by several embassies and international Jewish human rights groups.

"It is difficult to calculate the hurt such a display inflicted on survivors of the Nazi Holocaust and the families of

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This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: A blogger in Taiwan was fined NT$200,000 (US$7,000) and sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years probation for calling a restaurant's beef noodles "too salty" in a blog post.

In addition to criticizing the Taichung-based restaurant's food, Liu also complained of cockroaches, and called the owner a "bully." She was subsequently sued for defamatio

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