Category Archives: LIFESTYLE

Anything that constitutes to lifestyle including hobbies, collectibles, fashion, travel and more.

Japan’s 65-Foot Snow Corridor Is For Those Who Misses Snow In Spring

This is probably what the Red Sea will look like if it wasn’t frozen when Moses kind of parted it. Except that this isn’t the Red Sea and obviously, they are not frozen water, AKA ice. These are snow. Specifically, they are wall of snow found along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route in Japan. Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route stretches some 96 kilometers (56 miles), high on top of the North Alpine mountains. It is also dubbed the “roof of Japan” that connects Toyama and Shinano Omachi. What you see here is essentially a heavily snow covered locality that had snow expelled to expose the otherwise covered winding road. And yes, this place has that much of snow. Continue reading Japan’s 65-Foot Snow Corridor Is For Those Who Misses Snow In Spring

Multicolored LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon Is Bold, Loud And Super Cool

Now we know how sought after the LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon is. Apart from being an elusive set so many fans clamor, it also command a hefty price tag that, TBH, not everyone can or willing to shell out. Building your own is one way to get this iconic sci-fi cargo freighter that can do 12 parsecs, but the problem is, not everyone has 5,000 “movie accurate” grey bricks of assortment lying around. However, some may have 5,000 assortment of bricks of variety of colors lying around. That one someone was one imgur user called funkblast1. Continue reading Multicolored LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon Is Bold, Loud And Super Cool

Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Official Launch Date And Price Announced

After it being announced more than six months ago and getting fans to hop onboard the beta program, Microsoft has finally announced that the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition’s availability. It will hit the shelves, worldwide for Windows, starting February 20, priced at $19.99 – just in time to mark the 20th year since its original release in 1997. So what can you expect of the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition? Well, first and foremost, it will be an eye-watering experience because, 4K UHD. Being a RTS where everything is tiny, 4K UHD is a welcome enhancement to the game. Continue reading Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Official Launch Date And Price Announced

There Was A Tech Toy That Is More Meaningful Than All Other Tech Combined At Last Week’s CES

If anything, the world’s biggest electronic show last week proved one thing: the world has no shortages of tech to enable a more comfortable and convenience lifestyle. However, while the world moves on with the tech that puts gadget heads in cloud nine, there was at least one company on the show floor that has armed itself with a more wholesome and meaningful mission. The company in question is Sproutel. Sproutel is a research and development workshop that create tech toy for children to help them make through the toughest time of their lives. Continue reading There Was A Tech Toy That Is More Meaningful Than All Other Tech Combined At Last Week’s CES

Balenciaga Makes Dirty A Fashion With Balenciaga Triple S Sneakers

You know what? Balenciaga has quickly become the designer-label-we-love-feature because, in recent years, its products have, in recent years, never failed to leave us bewildered. From its iteration of the cheap Chinese travel bag to the blatant copy of Ikea’s Frakta bag to car mat skirt, we had some laughs. The brand shows no sign of stopping either, now joining Gucci in turning up dirty sneakers as a fashion statement. Sorry. We shouldn’t insult it by saying it is ‘dirty’ (though the truth is, it is); it should be called ‘distressed’. Our bad. Continue reading Balenciaga Makes Dirty A Fashion With Balenciaga Triple S Sneakers

S.T. Dupont Puts Watch Complication Into A Lighter, Wants $41K In Return

In an era where smoking is frowned upon, there is hardly a need for a lighter – much less one that cost a whopping $41,000. Yes. You heard that loud and clear. A lighter could cost that much and you know it can only come from one brand: S.T. Dupont. The Parisian company has been around since like, forever, and it is no stranger to making lighters that look and feel uber exquisite, but the S.T. Dupont Complication Lighter here takes lighting up in luxury to a whole new level. Continue reading S.T. Dupont Puts Watch Complication Into A Lighter, Wants $41K In Return

You Can Put Japan’s Manhole Art On Your Chest With These T-Shirts

Remember the Japanese manhole art culture we reported earlier? Well, much to our surprise, it is not just the Japanese who are drawn to this unusual placement of art. As it turns out, a pair of Irish blokes do too. Enchanted by this strangely attractive, exquisitely detailed manhole covers found randomly on the streets of Japan, the duo decided that since not everyone have a chance in seeing them in person, why not bring this beautiful art to everyone and they are doing so by transferring the manhole arts onto t-shirt where folks around the world can buy them. Continue reading You Can Put Japan’s Manhole Art On Your Chest With These T-Shirts

Netflix Promotes Altered Carbon By Growing Human Bodies At CES

The recently concluded world’s biggest electronic was the platform for many who wants their wares to be seen and heard, and Netflix, the streaming TV service, was no exception. In fact, it had more reason to be there, simply because of the theme surrounding its much hyped cyberpunk series, Altered Carbon which it had leveraged on CES to promote. So, yeah, Netflix had a booth and it was one that no visitor will past by without noticing – thanks mainly to a pair of humans being lab-grown. Alongside the human specimens, each floating in its own vats (which are rather creepy), are elaborate gadget props and viral videos to further help to promote the “company.” Continue reading Netflix Promotes Altered Carbon By Growing Human Bodies At CES

Pole Dancing Robots Struck Again, This Time At A Vegas Club During CES

Robots are set to replace many tasks now carried out by humans. In fact, it already did in some industry, more notably, the auto industry and they have already taken the jobs of flipping burgers, checking stocks at supermarket, security patrol (and committing suicide?), harvesting and whatnot, and now, even strip dancing? Or to be more precise, pole dancing to entertainment men and women. These hip-gyrating pole dancing robots are not the newest news, but they made news again simply because they were the spot light at the Sapphire Gentleman’s Club in Las Vegas during CES. Yup. CES. How fitting, isn’t it? And they duo even have names. Continue reading Pole Dancing Robots Struck Again, This Time At A Vegas Club During CES

Gamer Creates A Haunting But Visually Spectacular Virtual Aliens Thrill Ride

Aliens is one of the pop culture phenomena of the 70s and it is a wonder why there isn’t an official Aliens-themed thrill ride. Perhaps, the theme is a little too dark for commercial success? I don’t know. Whatever it is, it does not stop YouTuber Hin Nya, who appears to be a huge fan of Aliens of Japanese descent, from creating one, but virtually, of course, using a steam game, a theme park simulator called Planet Coaster by Frontier Developments. Continue reading Gamer Creates A Haunting But Visually Spectacular Virtual Aliens Thrill Ride