Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
Guardian design and architecture critic Oliver Wainwright's photos from a trip to Pyongyang reveal a North Korea obsessed with symmetry and wonky color palettes. – Daniel, editorial assistant
Newly-opened One Hotels Brooklyn Bridge is hosting an Earth Day extravaganza on Saturday, April 22, with a discussion and film premier with astronaut Ron Garan, yoga and meditation classes, and a market featuring local makers like Johanna Peet of next-level natural skincare line Peet Rivko. – Berit, editor
Watch New Zealand's All Blacks rugby team tackle locals in Tokyo for a good cause. – Becky, assistant editor
Oregon looks alien in this time-lapse short video filmed with infrared-converted cameras. – Daniel
Here are five women-owned businesses to check out the next time you visit upstate New York. – Berit
I would never classify myself as a mobile gamer, but I am thoroughly enjoying Burley Men at Sea, a new game about three fishermen on an adventure in 20th-century Scandinavia. – Becky
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