South Korea launches it's first ever satellite and folks in China are paying for a breath of fresh air. Here's Thursday's edition of "Over the Edge".
The very first Barbie cafe, opening in Taiwan. The affordable menu, most meals cost about ten dollars, listing calorie counts for every dish, including some decadent desserts. The building cost the owner 1.7 million dollars.
South Korea announcing it has successfully launched a satellite into space from its own soil, a first time achievement in the country. Officials say the rocket delivered an observational satellite into orbit. South Korea celebrating the launch as a major step in ramping up its space technology.
People in Beijing, China's smoggy capital, are so desperate for a breath of fresh air, they're actually buying it. A Chinese billionaire has canned fresh air and is selling it. The man behind the invention agrees that it is a bit of a scam, but is meant to be commentary on the current pollution in the city.