• Companies release cool, tech-forward face mask and face shield
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    Companies release cool, tech-forward face mask and face shield

    Brands are meeting health needs by producing face masks or face shields, by using different materials and experimenting with production techniques.

  • Retailers roll out e-commerce innovations amid pandemic as consumers practise 'revenge buying'
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    Retailers roll out e-commerce innovations amid pandemic as consumers practise 'revenge buying'

    Fashion brands are now trying to make sense of the new normal, and a few fundamental questions have been raised: Will shoppers’ buying trends change? Will consumer spend return like before?

  • Filming on 'The Batman' and more set to recommence with new UK COVID-19 guidelines
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    Filming on 'The Batman' and more set to recommence with new UK COVID-19 guidelines

    Filming of TV shows and movies in the UK is set to recommence, with the publishing of new guidelines published by the British Film Commission.

  • Spike Lee and Charlize Theron will not film until there is a Coronavirus vaccine
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    Spike Lee and Charlize Theron will not film until there is a Coronavirus vaccine

    Some of the biggest names in Hollywood have vowed not to return to production until a Coronavirus vaccine has been discovered. 

  • These countries are reopening their borders to international travellers
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    These countries are reopening their borders to international travellers

    These countries intend to boost their economies after lockdown by gradually restoring tourism.

  • Harper Beckham supports NHS in charity tee and £15 shoes
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    Harper Beckham supports NHS in charity tee and £15 shoes

    Victoria Beckham's daughter paid tribute to the NHS staff amid the coronavirus pandemic in this stylish outfit.

  • COVID-19: AirAsia offers two-year validity extension for flight bookings
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    COVID-19: AirAsia offers two-year validity extension for flight bookings

    Customers can choose between a Credit Account with a two-year validity period, or unlimited flight changes up to 31 October 2020.

  • John Lewis' NHS mug is now back in stock after selling out in two days
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    John Lewis' NHS mug is now back in stock after selling out in two days

    John Lewis & Partners launched the rainbow mug to support NHS Charities Together, which proved to be a huge sell out, and it's now back in stock.

  • Qatar Airways introduces more safety measures against coronavirus onboard flights
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    Qatar Airways introduces more safety measures against coronavirus onboard flights

    Qatar Airways has further enhanced its onboard safety measures for passengers and cabin crew to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

  • How COVID-19 is redefining Ramadan bazaars in Singapore - the impact of embracing e-commerce
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    How COVID-19 is redefining Ramadan bazaars in Singapore - the impact of embracing e-commerce

    Could this pandemic herald a new era for Ramadan bazaar merchants in Singapore? With the new normal now being social distancing and staying away from crowds, what does this mean for sellers who depend solely on direct selling to customers to earn their keeps? 

  • No online grocery delivery slots? New app ChopeCart will help you find available slots
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    No online grocery delivery slots? New app ChopeCart will help you find available slots

    Software engineer Shweta Sharma took matters into her own hands and built a grocery delivery slots finder during the partial lockdown.

  • This is what people are really wearing to work from home
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    This is what people are really wearing to work from home

    Here in Asia, our creatives and fashion people, stuck at home like the rest of us, have chosen one of two paths… going glam, or choosing comfort.

  • Celebrating a lockdown birthday? Where to order a cake from online
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    Celebrating a lockdown birthday? Where to order a cake from online

    Show that special someone you are thinking of them on their quarantine birthday by sending a birthday cake to their door.

  • 8 sale buys perfect for cycling enthusiasts and novices
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    8 sale buys perfect for cycling enthusiasts and novices

    Looking for a new bicycle or cycling gear for weekend cycles or commuting to work? We have compiled the best buys from Evans Cycles.

  • Non-medical face masks you can buy online from brands that give back to communities
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    Non-medical face masks you can buy online from brands that give back to communities

    Here are some brands that are making non-medical face masks (they ship directly to Singapore!) and how your purchase can leave an impact within communities.

  • Kendall Jenner wears lace bodysuit in lingerie selfie: Here's how to get the look
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    Kendall Jenner wears lace bodysuit in lingerie selfie: Here's how to get the look

    Kendall Jenner wore a black lace lingerie set for a selfie on Instagram during quarantine, and now we can copy the look.

  • Where to order affordable food during Circuit Breaker, including free meals for the needy
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    Where to order affordable food during Circuit Breaker, including free meals for the needy

    We’ve compiled a list of platforms where you can order cheap food deliveries and take-aways – or even free meals from Good Samaritans, if you’re really in financial need.

  • Duchess of Cambridge recycles blue patterned dress for International Nurses Day video call
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    Duchess of Cambridge recycles blue patterned dress for International Nurses Day video call

    The Duchess of Cambridge joined members of the Royal Family on a video call to celebrate International Nurses Day.

  • Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid and Victoria Beckham showcase impressive quarantine style: Get the look
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    Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid and Victoria Beckham showcase impressive quarantine style: Get the look

    Victoria Beckham, Kim Kardashian and Bella Hadid have taken to Instagram to show their working from home looks during coronavirus lockdown.

  • Trump Abruptly Ends Coronavirus Briefing After Tense Exchange With CBS, CNN Reporters
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    Trump Abruptly Ends Coronavirus Briefing After Tense Exchange With CBS, CNN Reporters

    President Donald Trump abruptly walked out of his own coronavirus briefing on Monday, refusing to answer any more questions, after a tense exchange with CBS’ Weijia Jiang and CNN’s Kaitlan Collins.During the Q&A portion of the press conference, Jiang asked Trump why testing in the U.S. was akin to a “global competition” for the president.“You’ve said many times that the U.S. is doing far better than any other country when it comes to testing. Why does that matter? Why is this a global competition to you if every day Americans are still losing their lives and we’re still seeing more cases every day?” Jiang asked.“Well, they’re losing their lives everywhere in the world. And maybe that’s a question you should ask China. Don’t ask me, ask China that question. When you ask them that question, you might get a very unusual question,” Trump said before pointing to a reporter behind Jiang.Also Read: White House Requires Staff to Wear Masks in West WingBefore another question was asked, Jiang — who is Asian American — asked Trump why he “specifically” told her to “ask China.”“I’m not saying it specifically to anybody. I’m saying it to anybody that would ask a nasty question,” the president said.“That’s not a nasty question. Why does it matter?” Jiang responded.Also Read: Trump Asks NBC News to Fire Chuck Todd After 'Meet the Press' Admits Airing 'Inaccurately' Edited ClipThe president refused to answer Jiang’s follow-up and pointed to a reporter “in the back” to ask their question next.“I have two questions,” CNN’s Kaitlan Collins began.“Nah, it’s okay,” Trump replied.“But you pointed to me. I have two questions, Mr. President,” Collins continued. The president refused to let the CNN reporter ask her questions and claimed that he was moving on because she “didn’t respond” when he first called on her.“I just wanted to let my colleague finish,” Collins said, referring to Jiang. Trump then refused to take any more questions from the White House reporters and abruptly left the stage.Watch the exchange below:Trump ends news conference amid clashes with journalists, after suggesting an Asian American reporter should "ask China" pic.twitter.com/4cmksFhfYu— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 11, 2020Read original story Trump Abruptly Ends Coronavirus Briefing After Tense Exchange With CBS, CNN Reporters At TheWrap

  • How play can help your autistic child during lockdown
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    How play can help your autistic child during lockdown

    Dr Ruth Glynne-Owen, the founder of the Blue Sky Autism Project, shares her top tips.

  • Bill Maher Mocks George Bush Nostalgia During the Pandemic: ‘Bush Would Have F—ed This Up Too’ (Video)
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    Bill Maher Mocks George Bush Nostalgia During the Pandemic: ‘Bush Would Have F—ed This Up Too’ (Video)

    Over the last three years, people have frequently compared Donald Trump unfavorably to the last Republican president to preside over a series of wholly preventable disasters — George W. Bush. Specifically, it’s common for people to say very nice things about the 43rd president and suggest he would have handled these disasters well., especially given how the response to the COVID-19 pandemic is going.But on “Real Time” Friday, Bill Maher wasn’t having it, and during the mid-show bit, he made it plain when he said he thinks the 43rd president would have been almost as bad as he thinks Trump is.The joke came at the end of a frequent Bill Maher routine, “I don’t know it for a fact, I just know it’s true,” something he hasn’t done in a while. Rather than belabor the point, we’ll just list them all for you below (or watch them in the clip above):Also Read: Bill Maher Rips Democrats for Caring About Tara Reade Accusations: 'Exactly What Republicans Want'“I don’t know it for a fact that quarantine self-haircuts are better than what you’d get at Fantastic Sams. I just know it’s true.I don’t know it for a fact that people are going to f–k their first Tinder match after quarantine, I just know it’s true.I don’t know it for a fact that employees at Sears have no idea there’s been a lockdown, I just know it’s true.I don’t know it for a fact that the Kardashians are deciding which sister to sacrifice to the virus to stay relevant [laughs] that’s very mean, I’m just kidding.I don’t know it for a fact that Dr. Birx cries in her car. I just know it’s true.I don’t know for a fact that Melania tells Trump, ‘Not tonight, I might be asymptiomatic (sic). Asymptiomatic? Something like that.I don’t know it for a fact that Lou Dobbs drinks his hot dog water. Not really related to the crisis, but sort of.I don’t know it for a fact that you’ve been through so many categories on Pornhub you’re thinking of clicking on the one where the chicks are giants! [laughs] I haven’t heard about that one.I don’t know it for a fact that somewhere a Jewish mother is complaining to her son, ‘You never call. You never Zoom.’ I just know that one’s true.I don’t know it for a fact that your wife thinks about Gavin Newsom during sex. It’s true.And I don’t know for a fact that Bush would have f—ed this up too. Not as bad. But he would’ve.”Also Read: Bill Maher Jokes That Joe Biden Was 'Asked to Social Distance Even Before the Virus' (Video)Earlier in the show, during the monologue, per usual Maher ran through a grab bag of topics drawn from the week’s news. For instance, Cinco de Mayo, “or as we call it here in Hollywood: Cultural Appropriation Day,” about which he said “Trump supporters, they love Cinco de Mayo. They celebrated this year by putting salt on the rim of their disinfectant.” A reference, of course, to the time Trump literally suggested people could fight coronavirus by injecting disinfectant into their lungs. (You can’t. Don’t do that.)“Of course if you really want to get high you gotta eat the worm at the bottom of the Windex bottle, that’s how you really. Look, I love that holiday, always have. Lived out here for a long time. I partied by myself. I did. I was in the kitchen. I made tacos and guacamole and margaritas,” Maher continued. “I wrecked the whole place. I was like, ‘You know what? I’m gonna leave this for the cleaning lady.’ Then I remembered: I’m the cleaning lady.”Maher also talked about the disturbing news about the possibility that Asian giant hornets have been established in North America. “Did you see this? — we’re getting an invasion of Asian murder hornets. That’s what they’re calling it in the press because they never try to scare people. Asian murder hornets. Trump said ‘Impossible, I banned their flights in January.'”Read original story Bill Maher Mocks George Bush Nostalgia During the Pandemic: ‘Bush Would Have F—ed This Up Too’ (Video) At TheWrap

  • Robert De Niro wants to play New York governor Andrew Cuomo in a coronavirus movie
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    Robert De Niro wants to play New York governor Andrew Cuomo in a coronavirus movie

    Robert De Niro has heaped praise on Andrew Cuomo's response to the coronavirus pandemic, while also taking the chance to attack Trump, too.

  • 9 bubble tea delivery options in Singapore to satiate your sweet cravings
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    9 bubble tea delivery options in Singapore to satiate your sweet cravings

    If you’re looking to satiate your boba cravings during Circuit Breaker, we know where you can get a shot of sweetness without leaving the comforts of your couch.

  • Masterclass has over 80 classes for you to sign up, including gardening and cooking
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    Masterclass has over 80 classes for you to sign up, including gardening and cooking

    Online courses are getting increasingly popular and it is an efficient way to discover new hobbies, learn new skills and knowledge while curbing boredom during this pandemic time.