1960s in Hong Kong continued with the development and expansion of manufacturing that began in the previous decade. The economic progress made in the period would categorise Hong Kong as one of Four Asian Tigers along with Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. These amazing color photos were found by Martin Snelling that captured street scenes of Hong Kong at night in the 1960s.
From the statement: “To help with the global shortage of N95 masks, a group of ex-Apple mechanical engineers got together to Fix The Mask. We are creating an open source surgical mask brace — improving the sealing and filtration efficiency of standard surgical masks. But while that’s pending, we’ve come up with this DIY surgical mask brace as an immediate solution.
If you are following the rules of the COVID-19 quarantine responsibly, you probably only leave your house when you really have to. Quickly, people began to realize that the only time they can enjoy a little bit of fresh air guilt-free is when they are taking out the trash.
Thumbs and Ammo removes the guns from famous film characters’ hands and replaces them with a thumbs-up. Real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude.
Mumbai. Indranil Mukherjee/AFP Photo Artists around the world are tapping their creativity to help find new ways to deal with the impact of the global pandemic. Musicians who had to cancel their concert tours are instead moving online to connect with their audiences, offering impromptu performances on social media and live video streams.
Smoggy waterfront skyline of New York City as seen from the shores of New Jersey, 1946. French-born photographer Andreas Feininger moved to the United States in 1939 and started to work at LIFE magazine in 1943. One of America’s greatest photographers of the 20th century, Feininger was well-known for his photographs of New York City, which was also his favorite subject.