China's very own Venice

"The stunning views turn into a neon wonderland." 9/7/18

China's City of Canals

Over 2,000 years ago, the city of Zhenyuan, China, was built on a natural moat, sandwiched between mountains, intentionally built to keep out intruders. But today, tourists cruise through the city's canals, earning the moniker the "Venice of the Orient."

Meet the Voice of Winnie the Pooh … and Tigger, too!

What do the lovable Winnie the Pooh and the ferocious Tasmanian Devil have in common? Voice actor Jim Cummings! He's brought the honey-obsessed bear (and sidekick Tigger) to life for the last 30 years. And that's not to mention some 400 other credits, including the singing voice of Scar in "The Lion King," and the slithering, slimy Kaa in "The Jungle Book 2." 

This 1,100-Year-Old Beer's For You: Recreating Ancient Ales

For University of Colorado classics professor Travis Rupp, the best way to bring ancient civilizations back to life is in a pint glass. Rupp works on a special projects team at Avery Brewing Company to brew beers the way that ancient Egyptians, Peruvians and Vikings did. While these beers are certainly different from their modern-day descendants, at the end of the day, a cold one the ancestral way is always a good thing. Cheers.
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