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Just for Fun: 8 ingenious coronavirus things we’ve seen online

By Ching Yuen 22 April 2020

Note: This is a satirical piece.

We have been following recommendations and regulations to spend the majority of our time at home nowadays, as different countries and cities around the world have taken serious coronavirus measures and sent out similar warnings to practice social distancing. With all the time we have on our hands, what else can we do but surf the web?

We’ve been endlessly exploring on Instagram and discovering the depths of our Facebook feed to find the funniest memes created by netizens around the world. In times like these, we could all use a chuckle or two just to get through the day. We’ve rounded up the funniest things we’ve seen online in the past few weeks, just for laughs.

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Some people take social distancing... very seriously?

All jokes aside, not kidding, stay away from us.

Spring/Summer 2020 in face mask fashion

Ah yes, we can see the future now. Sustainability is a lovely trend to embrace in fashion, and have you seen the colours? We LOVE the use of colours.

Home activities

Because home is the best place to be. Here’s how some people have been keeping busy.

Keep scrolling for the rest of the list 👇

People who should just stay home

We admire the effort, but if it’s taking that much effort, maybe just stay home...


Darling, anyone can be a fashion designer or model—it’s all about the confidence you carry in your walk.

Working from home

Also, perhaps there are a few moments when some parents may momentarily regret having kids.

Keep scrolling for the rest of the list 👇

Nature’s back in the game

And we hope it’s here to stay.

A serious crisis always inspires good tunes

For those who understand Cantonese and want to follow along with the toilet roll crisis, watch the above.

And finally, another epic remix in English

And possibly the only way to listen to Ken Copeland without losing your mind.

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Ching Yuen


Having lived in Hong Kong, Beijing, and London sure is a fun fact whenever people try to guess Ching’s accent. She loves switching between all these language channels and her “mother tongue” is just determined by how many drinks she’s had for the night! She loves movies, travelling, and exploring cities, from hidden alleys to gourmet dining, so feel free to hit her up if you need any suggestions for dinner!