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Anuz Thapa

Anuz Thapa is a freelance journalist based in New York City. He specializes in multimedia storytelling. He has a good knowledge of video production that includes VR 360 and video storytelling. His stories always include photos, videos, and text, which makes him a complete package for new age media.

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Hoverboard explodes in living room

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Military training gone ‘mobile’

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World’s longest glass-bottom bridge opens in China

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A 3-year-old crawls out of debris after being trapped alone for hours

He was taken to the hospital afterwards and remains in stable condition.

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10-year-old falls through moving escalator in northwestern China

Luckily, she was rescued. According to China’s Special Equipment Safety Supervision Bureau, there were 48 elevator/escalator accidents in 2016, killing…

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Tamil-speaking Chinese girl goes viral in India

She became instantly popular after an Indian business tycoon shared a video of her on his Twitter account.

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A safety net saves a speeding trucker in China

The safety net has saved at least five people since it was installed in 2015.

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An artificial — and expensive — waterfall in southern China

An artificial waterfall in China costs $118 to operate for one hour. The building has decided to operate it…

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An upside-down rope-walking stunt goes viral in China

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