1261
후각 기술
Would you buy a car that released calming smells into the air when you are stuck in heavy traffic? Would you buy a robot that smells like a human being?
1260
스마트폰 중독
About half of teenagers in the United States and Japan say they are “addicted” to their smartphones.
1259
대령
Today we focus more on history than usage. We are going to answer an age-old question that may have been keeping you awake at night. Well, perhaps not.
1257
미안하다는 말
Did you ever have to say “no” to somebody? Such as a classmate who asks to go to lunch with you, or a roommate who asks if you would like to continue living together in the future?
1256
에베레스트산의 높이
There is no doubt that Mount Everest is the world’s highest mountain. But how tall is it, exactly?
1254
광대
Clowns are almost everywhere these days in popular culture. They can be seen in movies, on television shows, at musical performances, and sometimes just walking in the streets.
1252
가장 오래된 소나무
The bristlecone pine is the longest-living thing on Earth. These trees, with their strangely shaped, wind-beaten limbs, can live up to 5,000 years.
1248
이모지
Emoji have become a worldwide language for mobile phone messages. Emoji are everywhere -- displayed in New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and part of a new Hollywood film.
1246
바다 생물
Today, we go back into the ocean to explore expressions involving other sea creatures.
1244
블루스
When people think of American music, they probably think of rap or rock-and-roll or jazz. What many may not realize is that these “American” sounds are all tied to a common place.