It is hard to define “girl power” in a few words, because the meaning and strength of girl power is infinite. The girl power in each person is different. It could be independence, confidence and kindness, or it may be enthusiasm and freedom. The real power is personal power. This is your life. It's about being confident in your own strength, embracing your identity and being the best "you". Therefore, continue to embrace your Girlpower. My podcast gives you a deeper dive into the girl power, click and follow my voice. https://twitter.com/TongWu24497303/status/1250381796920963072?s=20
The panic of COVID-19 In December 2019, Wuhan, the scenic city of Hubei Province, reported several unknown respiratory epidemics. Merely one month later, the situation was out of control. On January 23, the eve of the Chinese traditional New Year, the Chinese government announced the closure of Wuhan, Hubei Province, all public transportation in Wuhan ceased operation. During this reunion festival, Chinese society had given up plans to travel, visit relatives, stayed at home for self-isolation. In February 2020, WHO named the new coronavirus, which was 80 percent similar to SARS, as COVID-19. Now the world is in the panic of COVID-19. Ordinary people's daily life was affected. Although at the end of February, ...
For an event which originally began as a something to unite people, Notting Hill Carnival has become something of a controversial event that divides communities. This explainer will focus on the main reasons why the two-day festival has become such contentious event and whether the negative perceptions are justified. https://youtu.be/hq9QzhO9-xU
Image: Claudia Dashwood Teens, stop believing everything you read on social media. Perhaps even more contagious than COVID-19 itself is the theory that 5G caused or causes coronavirus. The issue has blown up in the news over the last week, with 5G masts being vandalised and lit on fire all over the world. There’s no 5G article without the words COVID-19 or coronavirus attached to it. But what exactly is 5G and how did it meet coronavirus in a theory? Explained, and debunked in the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLZPYhsJOb8&t=1s
🙂️Angry? 🙂️Ironic? 🙂️nothing to say? why is a simple smiling face interpreted into such a complex emotion? This explainer analyzes facial muscles to see why the smiling face is not friendly at all. https://youtu.be/Ar0BEs0i4i8
Are video calls something you've always stayed clear from? Are you struggling to know which app to use and how to work it? Well here is a technophobe's guide to using the latest viral craze - Houseparty! The interactive video chat application. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GtXxx_GIvI&feature=youtu.be
The pandemic of coronavirus has infected nearly 2 million people, taking approximately 120 thousand lives worldwide so far, four months after its outbreak in Wuhan, China， according to the Guardian. In certain countries, the epidemic has been under control at the cost of quarantining cities and forcing people to stay at home, while in other nations, it is continuously crashing the public health system, creating panic and resentment among people, and thus devastating the global economy. People may have somehow felt the weakness in front of viruses: why a tiny bit of creature can be so devastating? In fact, in the long history of human beings fighting against viruses, people had been slaughtered repeatedly for thousands of years before they found effective ways to save lives and stop the
Today humans are at the top of the food chain because humans are one of the luckiest species in nature. But humans still need to be careful, and there are still some very smart animals in nature that are constantly improving and becoming smarter. You may have heard that the gorilla's IQ can reach the level of a seven-year-old child. You may also know that elephants have the same huge wisdom in their bulky bodies. But guess what, there is a bird with an IQ comparable to a monkey, hidden in a petite body. Who is the smartest bird in the world? Why is it so smart? Let us find the answer together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2wD6qR4myE
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The numbers for people who are obese in the UK again saw a record high in 2019; it is the fourth consecutive year that a new national record was set. Around 20 percent of UK's school children aged 8 to 11 are obese, according to the NHS’s National Child Measurement Programme. In other words, every fifth child is severely overweight. This puts the UK on rank 33 out of 191 surveyed countries (Global Obesity Levels). Obesity in childhood increases the risk of obesity in adulthood and can cause serious illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease. Often, it also triggers mental health issues such as depression or fatigue. Especially now that schools, playgrounds and gyms are closed due to the coronavirus, it is vital to provide a healthy diet and as much
Gyms are closed. Park are allowed to be visited only with members of your household or alone. It is always more difficult for teenagers to enjoy London after the lockdown that started at the end of March. But fortunately, the UK government has stated that among all the social distancing guidelines introduced to contain the spread of the virus, one form of physical exercise is allowed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIPFypzf1MI A small guide to run London in time of crisis in a safe way. Since the start of the lockdown, many people have chosen to start running. A sport that besides being easy, it does not require special gear, and it is also for teenagers that at the moment cannot play football, rugby, any team sports or going to the gym with friends. It has been confirmed th...