Superheroes wear masks during social distancing
We know this is a tough time for us all across the world under Covid-19 pandemic. Here in Vietnam we have to observe under 15 days of social distancing laws. According to the directive, people are restricted from leaving their homes; all shops and services has been shut down apart from those who sell essential items; restaurants are only allowed to sell online and public gatherings more than two people are not allowed.
With that strict directive, Vietnam has been doing well so far regarding coronavirus, until 10th April, Vietnam has 257 cases which has 144 recovers, 0 death (resource from ncov.moh.gov.vn).
We must remember that we have to follow this social distancing laws in order to get through it with the least disruption to our lives in the long term. Of course it can never be as easy or as comfortable as normal life. But let’s look at this in a positive way and see what this time at home could bring to you:
- More time to organize your life.
- Cook for your family, your partner.
- Clean the house, kitchen, toilet. Make it fresh for a new start
- Wash the curtain you never touched before.
- Look after your skin.
- Work out at home.
- Photoshoot at home with some crazy ideas.
And today after done all of these things above, I am gonna do the last one: Photoshoot at home with some crazy ideas that pop into my brain.
Okay, let’s get started!
The topic I am going to take photo day is: VIETNAM SOCIAL DISTANCING: STAY AT HOME, I AM NOT BORED IN MY ROOM.
- A camera, a tripod and a remote
- A cartoon from the wardrobe
- Chinsu chili sauce
- Hảo Hảo noodles, Omi noodles
- A black helmet (if you don’t have one, borrow it from your best friend, they will definitely lend you without any charge I believe so)
- A mosquito racket
- A handmade cabbage flower bouquet
- Dry flowers
- A facemask
- And the special thing is a beautiful girl, haha
Let see what can I do with these items.
Hi, Good morning the world! Chào buổi sáng! Ohayo gozaimasu! Bonjour! Annyeong hashimnikka!
In order to have a great morning, I choose Hảo Hảo. Hảo Hảo- the no.1 favourite instant noodle in Vietnam.
Để có một buổi sáng tràn đầy năng lượng, tôi chọn Hảo Hảo. Hảo Hảo- mỳ ăn liền yêu thích số 1 tại Việt Nam.
Breakfast done! Let’s play some sport now. Badminton! My most favourite sport ever. I haven’t played it for 6 years now but yeah let’s play it again today.
Muốn khỏe đẹp thì phải tập thể thao, ai muốn khỏe đẹp thì phải tập thể thao.
Ding! Ding! I got a package… someone is delivering something for me. Wait for me, I’ll be back soon.
(A few seconds later on)
Oh my god someone has sent me a flower bouquet, that is so sweet.
And now, it’s time to go out to chill out on the streets of Hanoi – only I’m not going outside because we aren’t allowed.
Beep beep beep, stay out of my way, 2 meters please!
After 20m minutes driving around Hoan Kiem lake, old quarter, Ho Chi Minh mausoleum and Phan Dinh Phung street. I was driving too fast and jumped some red lines accidently so now I need some replace that negative energy by doing Zen.
Breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out.
Oh yeah, so calm and fresh after doing Zen.
At the end of the day, I always try to pray for the world, especially in this corona virus pandemic, hope all of us will be safe.
My favourite photos of myself… vain I know! But social distancing means we spend a lot of time with ourselves.
This has been a little fun blog nothing to take it too seriously. One thing that came out of social distancing and this day stuck at home was an idea for a t-shirt. What do you think? Maybe put some words on it? Let me know what you think.
So guys, I write this blog with positive thoughts in my mind and all I want to do is to put a smile on your faces.
STAY SAFE. STAY AT HOME.