Asia is a part of the world that has its own climate. It’s a whole new world with its own traditions, habits, and way of looking at life. Are you ready to see people hiding their faces behind panda masks, containers for storing husbands, and a section of IKEA with upholstered furniture? Welcome to Asia!
Hiptoro wants you to look at 28 pictures that were taken in Asia and might surprise or even confuse you.
It’s important to connect with someone you care about.
Where else besides Japan would you find a slipper for the toilet?
A Korean band sang a song with ice cubes in their mouths to make their fans laugh.
Potatoes and cherries are the perfect pair.
QR made of trees.
China has power banks that people can rent.
Even if you don’t have a drill, you can still eat a coconut.
Helmets that have ears.
Aside from being safe, things in Asia are made to surprise. These ears made us laugh a lot.
While looking at nature’s beauty, you can do simple things.
Philip Morris, Korea, has a self-check urine scale.
Where else could you eat this?
Cedar ball, or Sakebayashi
When a new batch of alcohol is done, a cedar ball is hung to let everyone know.
Anyone can relax their feet in this free onsen (hot spring) for the feet!
Benches with heating.
A regular day in IKEA, Beijing.
That’s right. Safety first!
Three people who helped look into a Chinese mafia group got a prize.
Just another regular sight in Asia.
Exercising every morning keeps you healthy.
We all wanted to do what this guy did when we were kids.
People have to figure out if things in the room are real or made of chocolate on this game show. So you don’t have to worry about his teeth, as long as he doesn’t eat too much chocolate.
Even on skyscrapers, you can find nature.
A competition to see who in a Chinese province drinks the most beer.
“Big dogs aren’t common in Korea. My golden puppy got a little attention when I tied him up to find a bathroom. Came back to this.”
In Thai street cafés, soups are often served in plastic bags.
These guys can make you laugh.
A Chinese mall is adding “husband storage” pods where wives can leave their husbands to play old games while they go shopping.
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 17, 2017
Chinese farmers are painting on a rice field.
— People's Daily, China (@PDChina) July 25, 2018
How do you move something that is very heavy?
What did you find to be the most strange? Share your thoughts in the section below for comments!