Tunway, more known as his nickname 小屁孩 (Xiao Pi Hai, “little naughty boy” in English), is a Chinese-speaking Malaysian. He is the founder of FUTUREMADE STUDIO and a YouTuber with 115K subscribers (till November 11, 2020). In Chinese-speaking countries and regions, his videos are very popular for the inspiring contents and interesting editing.
Brands including Nike, Asics, New Balance, Puma have worked with him. And during the lockdown, Tunway decided to open a FUTUREMADE STUDIO physical store. Let’s get to know more about him, and find out what’s the secret keeping him smiling 🙂
Home is certainly the most important place for us. While #stayhome has again proved to us the importance of homes, we will keep bringing joys and inspiration to you, and we will be connecting people from different homes.
Recently, we caught up with some friends from different cities around the world, and they will share some photos of their homes.
The retro styles, again, are strongly influencing today’s streetwear and fashion.
New Balance 860 V2, this ‘90s runner has explained how the retro sneakers could fit in today’s style. The original innovative appearance from 1990s and the updated N-ergy technology make it ideal for daily use.
5pm Magazine styled two outfits to showcase 860 V2 in today’s lifestyle.
Tokyo, one of the most popular destinations for travelers, its co-existence of contemporary and traditional scenes have amazed every visitor. Oshiage is a district of Sumida Ward in the east of Tokyo, a major interchange station, it’s also where Tokyo Skytree stands at. And Hotel ONE@Tokyo may be another reason to visit. The hotel’s facade and interior design are the work of world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma. Fusing industrial materials with natural wood, this new hotel exemplifies the contrast found in Oshiage, which retains the feeling of a bygone Edo era, while being within the modern metropolis of Tokyo. The price is very friendly, considering the location, design and facilities. When you’re traveling to Tokyo, don’t forget to check out this 10-story and 142-room hotel. Address: 1-19-3 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo Tel +81-3-5630-1193 @one_at_tokyo
There is a scent, even though you haven’t really thought that’s the scent of your home, you realize you are arriving home when you smell it, and it makes you relaxed.
This scent only belongs to you, as it’s formed by those objects you have in your place — books, furnitures, plants, and everything else. We all like joyful smells, and the good smells make us enjoy life better.
When talking about Nordic life, many will have a relaxed feeling. The elements such as coffee, bike, jogging, nature, sea, etc. together have built a lifestyle that many people are dreaming for.
And who have formed these elements in our cities? Like you, we are also curious who are adding fineness to our life little by little, in “Nordic Life” series, 5pm Magazine will discover the stories with you together.
This time, we are going to know about a talented barista living and working in Helsinki.
Andrew (@thefriendlysamoan), a barista at Kaffa Roastery. He moved from New Zealand to Helsinki 6 years ago. He worked at Johan & Nyström Coffee for 2 years, Café Kokko for 1 year before Kaffa Roastery. His faith in coffee is to make people happy.
While I stayed at an Airbnb in Helsinki, I was impressed by the interior and overall experience of the stay. I became interested to know the man behind this heart-warming flat for travelers away from home, so I contacted its owner Joe.
Woolshed is the place we were meeting, it is a bar & restaurant with a warm name owned by Joe, who is originally from Australia and currently living in Helsinki.
The place is in the city center, right next to Helsinki railway station. When we went in, this sheep shearing-themed space instantly warmed us up with its wooden constructs and thoughtful decors on the walls. Joe was waving to us, with a casual street outfit.