All posts by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

Nike Found Its Way Onto The Stranger Things Hype Train

It is absolutely a no brainer for Nike to get onboard the Stranger Things hype train, cos’ after all, the American sports shoe maker’s raise to popularity was arguably in the 80s (and it has NBA to thank, really). So, yes, Nike x Stranger Things Collection is a thing now. Leveraging on the show’s 80s setting where classic Nike footwear and brand marks are commonplace, Nike will be introducing a series of sneakers and apparel inspired by the Netflix hit TV series. Continue reading Nike Found Its Way Onto The Stranger Things Hype Train

The 7 Most Expensive Places To Travel In The World

Summer is here, and with it come daydreams of lavish vacations in beautiful places. Whether you’re looking to escape the heat in Europe or soak in the sun on a beach somewhere, we all love summer getaways. What we don’t love is having to foot the bill at the end of it. Traveling almost anywhere is expensive, but not all vacations are created equal; some places are more expensive to travel than others. Below are 7 of the most expensive places to travel on earth. Continue reading The 7 Most Expensive Places To Travel In The World

This Quirky Glasses Lets You See Above Your Head Height

Unless you are at least 5-foot 10, you will probably seeing heads instead of the parade on the street. Anything below that height, you are better off staying on a tall building and use a binocular instead, or you could don the One Foot Taller Periscope Glasses. Conceived by Dominic Wilcox, the same man who brought to you GPS Shoes and among other quirky but brilliant stuff, One Foot Taller Periscope Glasses let a person sees one foot taller than his or her normal eye level. Continue reading This Quirky Glasses Lets You See Above Your Head Height

Save The Ocean And The Turtles With This On-The-Go Reusable Cutlery

Plastic attributed by one-time use cutlery are probably less significant than straws, but hey, if you are on a mission to save the ocean (and sea turtles) and by extension, the world, from being suffocated by plastic waste, why stop at reusable straw? You should be thinking about reusable cutlery too. However, you do not want to be the oddball with cutlery sticking out of your pocket and this is where Outlery Pocket-sized Reusable Cutlery comes in. Continue reading Save The Ocean And The Turtles With This On-The-Go Reusable Cutlery

Nissin Foods’ New Factory Has A Giant Cup Noodle Lid As Its Entrance

Nissin Foods’ new Cup Noodle Factory in Shiga Prefecture of Japan’s Kansai region has a very interesting architecture feature that juxtaposed against the rather nondescript white factory facade. We talking about the delicious looking entrance which is actually a giant replica of the company’s Cup Noodle, or at least, the replica of the lid. Continue reading Nissin Foods’ New Factory Has A Giant Cup Noodle Lid As Its Entrance

Investing In Your Own Personal Development: A Guide

Nothing is guaranteed in life, and it very rarely goes smoothly and according to plan. If it did, we wouldn’t be humans, would we? It could be your job, relationships, health, or any other aspect of your life. While life promises uncertainty, it is nevertheless possible to make it work if you’ve got a plan, set goals, prepare and do the best you possibly can. Continue reading Investing In Your Own Personal Development: A Guide

DJI Has A New Drone, But This One Does Not Fly And It’s Educational

World’s leading imaging drone maker, DJI, has announced a new drone, but this new drone does not fly. In fact, imaging is not its priority, even though does do low latency video transmission system for first person driving, and also, it is a wheeled mini tank. It is the first for the drone maker. DJI RoboMaster S1, as it is called, has all the hallmark of a tank, most notably the presence “armor panels” and a gun, or in this case, a blaster. Continue reading DJI Has A New Drone, But This One Does Not Fly And It’s Educational

Hyperrealistic Human Mouth Coin Purse Sends Shiver Down My Spine

Japanese DJ/music producer and one part of Japanese hip-hop group Creative Drug Store, Shishido Mazafaka known by his Twitter handle @44doooo, has created a coin purse that takes on the form of a hyperrealistic mouth of a male subject. The human anatomy purse features the entire mouth and chin region of a grown man, complete with creepily realistic skin, stubble, lips and even teeth. To put the coins, user simply have to ply open the mouth to open the purse. Continue reading Hyperrealistic Human Mouth Coin Purse Sends Shiver Down My Spine

Nuudii Is A “Non-bra” That Fills The Gap Between Wearing Bra And Braless

The last time we featured bra-related product, we had a strike from Google Adsense which our life depends on. But that’s not going to stop us from featuring yet another boobs-related product. This time is a product called Nuudii. Billed as a radical innovation for boobs, Nuudii is the “non-bra” that fills the gap between wearing bra and not wearing one. Continue reading Nuudii Is A “Non-bra” That Fills The Gap Between Wearing Bra And Braless

Watch Amazon’s New Pegasus Drive Robots Sort Out Packages

You have been awed by the sight of Chinese company STO Express Xuzhou’s robots sorting out packages and also saw Amazon’s army of warehouse robots. Now meet the latter’s latest robots, Pegasus drive, at its sortation center in Denver, Colorado. These 2 feet high and 3 feet wide (61 x 91 centimeters) orange robots roll on wheels and each of them is outfitted with a tiny conveyor belt up top reminiscing that of a treadmill. Here’s out Pegasus drive works: Continue reading Watch Amazon’s New Pegasus Drive Robots Sort Out Packages