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Youtube Review: Nike Introduces New Innovation of Nike GO FlyEase, A Completely Hands-Free Sneaker



On the 1st of February 2021, Nike has debuted its new innovative design that is the Nike GO FlyEase that is a completely hands-free sneaker.

This newest shoe by Nike is an “easy on, easy off” sneaker for those who can’t put their shoes on without assistance and also to wear shoe hassle-free.

This Go Flyease sneaker is Nike’s first pair of lace-less sneakers that can easily be put on and taken off without using your hands.

They were created with a “bi-stable hinge that enables the shoe to be secure in fully open and fully closed states” and a tensioner that mimics the motion of kicking off a shoe to make getting in and out of the GO FlyEase easy for everyone in this whole wide world.

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This Nike Go FlyEase is to release at on the 15th of February 2021. Broader availability is planned for later this year. The Go Flyease has unique features, including a tension band that secures the shoe in place of laces.

Putting them on involves just stepping into the shoe so that it will snap into place. Taking them off is done by stepping on the heel.

Launching the new shoes on its website first fits into Nike’s strategy of selling directly to consumers rather than through third-party retailers.

The original prototype was designed for a Nike employee who had had a stroke, but the entire launch is a win for accessibility in design. Twitter users were psyched about the new design and took to the platform to share their thoughts.

“Disability design for the win!” In 2012, Matthew Walzer, a teen with cerebral palsy, wrote to Nike asking for athletic shoes for disabled people. Nike invited him to collaborate in the design of the original adaptive Nike FlyEase shoe.

The original design can be seen on a busted up Roshe shoes that has kind of surgical tape around it. The design was so simple yet so smart for everyone.

The GO FlyEase sneakers check all the boxes. They’re stylish, they’re comfortable, and they’re made for everyone. Per promotional images, the first launch will include three different colorways.

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Sources: Nike, YouTube Nike.

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Ariana Grande And Dalton Gomez Are Officially Married In ‘Intimate’ Ceremony



Famous singer, Ariana Grande was confirmed to have secretly married her partner, Dalton Gomez last weekend. Sources close to the singer told the international media, the wedding was attended by less than 20 guests and it was very intimate and filled with a lot of love.

“They got married. It was tiny and intimate – less than 20 people.

“The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier,” said the representative for the singer.

It is reported that the wedding ceremony took place at Grande’s property in Montecito.

News of Ariana and Gomez’s romance began to gossip in February last year after the popular singer broke up with her ex-boyfriend Mikey Foster.

A month later, Ariana started sharing her happiness with Gomez on Instagram.

In May last year, Ariana and Gomez were more open about their love story when they both appeared in the music video of Ariana’s duet song with Justin Bieber, Stuck With U.

Ariana and Dalton were engaged before Christmas and had spent a lot of time together during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sources: BBC, People, TMZ

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Majority Of Malaysians Still Adhere To SOP, But Some Are Tired



SHAH ALAM, May 18  –The recent viral on social media of pictures and videos of various quarters violating the prescribed standard operating procedures (SOPs) has sparked public outrage, especially with the high number of COVID-19 cases recorded in the country.

Nevertheless, majority of Malaysians are steadfast in adhering to the SOPs set by the government, which they have been doing since last year and has now become part of the new norms in their daily life.

Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) counseling psychologist Dr Fauziah Mohd Saad said this could be seen during the recent Hari Raya celebration which saw majority of the people complying with the government’s directive not to go on house visits.

“However, in terms of enforcement, there must be empowerment by the authorities such as by the management of shopping centres in controlling the number of patrons at their premises which should control the number of visitors,” she told Bernama.

A survey by Bernama at shopping malls in Shah Alam found there were not as many people at the premises as had been viralled on the on social media last weekend in conjunction with the Aidilfitri celebration.

A counselling and motivation expert, Hushim Salleh, opined that the SOP violation by some people was  because they had been under the movement control order for too long, causing them to feel restricted.

“They are suffering from pandemic exhaustion to the point of triggering psychological and emotional effects that bring to a level where they no longer care about the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Not that they do not know about the number of the COVID-19 infections and advice on complying with the SOPs as all the information can be obtained from their smartphones.

“It is the current situation that can sometimes leads to irrational thinking,” he added.

Selangor still recorded the highest number of COVID-19 cases with a total of 1,650 new cases recorded yesterday.

An expert in public health at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Associate Professor Dr Malina Osman regarded the SOP non-compliance by some quarters in Selangor, especially in Shah Alam, as the cause of the spread of COVID-19 cases.

Meanwhile, a survey by Bernama at the COVID-19 Assessment Center (CAC) at the Malawati Stadium near here found that the situation was no longer as crowded as was viralled on social media before.

This followed a decision by the state government in setting up tents outside the CAC for the convenience of patients and staff.

Sources: BERNAMA

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(Video) 5 Recommended Moisturizers To Get From Your Nearest Drugstore



Moisturizer is a crucial step in your skincare routine. It is to keep your skin hydrated and away from blemishes, dullness, dryness, and more. A good moisturizer will lock in moisture on your skin and moisturizing your skin regularly, it will make your skin looks brighter and younger.

A girl posted a video of recommended moisturizers for oily or combination and acne-prone skin that can be bought from the drugstore and it was really helpful because skincare products from the drugstore are mostly affordable and the products mentioned are the ones with good reviews and high ratings.

@skincarethreadmyMoisturizer recommendation drugstore version! ✨ #pendidikankulit #skincare #skincaretips #buwatjetiktok #fyp #fypdongggggggg #tiktokmalaysia

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These are five moisturizers that you can get from your nearest drugstore:

1) Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel

Picture: Google

Rating: 4.3/5

Price: RM66.90

It is formulated with Patented Superior Technology with 5% Prebiotic Kiwi yeast extract that will hydrates skin up to 72 hours. This moisturizer will also stimulate the skin to produce its own hyaluronic acid.

2) Aiken Prebiotic Hydra Plus Moisturizer

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Rating: 4.9/5

Price: RM29.90

It is infused with Prebiotic from France and Rice Water from Korea that will soothe skin by 96.9% and keep your skin moisturized for up to 24 hours.

3) Hada Labo Hydrating Snow Dew

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Rating: 4.9/5

Price: RM73.20

It contains ceramide that can strengthen the skin barrier and four types of hyaluronic acid for perfectly moisturized skin.

4) Bio Essence Water Gel

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Rating: 4/5

Price: RM57.90

This moisturizer helps skin to repair, replenish and renew itself. It also enhances the intake of oxygen to let the skin breathe making it active and energized.

5) Safi Acne Solutions Soothing Gel Moisturizer

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Rating: 4.9/5

Price: RM26.00

It has a non-oily formula that is lightweight and water-based. It is also pH balanced and absorbs quickly which is suitable for oily skin types. The main ingredients are AHA, BHA, and Neem.

Sources: TikTok

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