TrendHits and Misses
The past years have been all about the adolescent antics of Justin Bieber.This year, the Canadian pop star proved to naysayers that he still has talent and passion with music with his recently released album .
“What do you Mean?”, broke chart records around the world and quickly replaced The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face” on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US.
The second single, “Sorry”, produced by DJ Skrillex was released on Oct. 16.The up-tempo dance song talked about troubled relationships and the music video featured a group of colorfully clothed female dancers with shades, dancing and twerking to the beat.
HITS Travel photos Beaches, mountains, waterfalls, canyons – you name it.These destinations have been the subject of popular photos that have been clogging the streams of Instagram users this year.There’s even a ton of accounts dedicated to showcase these images. Don’t have professional photographer skills? No worries, a smartphone and a little bit of knowledge about editing tools and you’re good to go. MISS smiles and made-up conversations for the sake of a photo are the reasons why this made it on our miss list. Why go for unnatural poses when you can capture the perfect photo just by being yourself?
HITS Kue cubit (traditional mini pancakes)
After almost drowning in the tumultuous seas of Jakarta food scene, our favorite childhood snack is making a comeback, with ranging from green tea to red velvet. Some vendors are even experimenting with half-baked kue with ice cream topping. Wonder some anywhere, from that street vendor near your house to fancy restaurants in the mall. MISS Black Food Our initial thought when seeing this kind of food might be “Why is it black?” For mainstream diners, a dark appearance might not be so appetizing and give the impression Also, we can’t help but question the ingredients.