Face the Facts: Where Are MAGA Hats Actually Made?

Are President Trump’s MAGA hats really made in China? J.D. Durkin is here to get to the bottom of some social media posts claiming that the famous red hats are made overseas. Subscribe to Cheddar Now on YouTube: https://chdr.tv/NowYT source

What's My Name (From "Descendants 2"/Sing-Along)

“What’s my name? What’s my name? Say it louder! 🎶 Sing along to “”What’s My Name”” with China Anne McClain from Descendants 2 and watch Descendants 2 on Disney Channel and Disney+! Sing along to all your favorite Disney Hits, check out the Disney Sing-Along playlist 🎤: https://disneymusic.co/SingAlongs/vevo?iqid=dmvevo Subscribe to DisneyMusicVEVO 🔔 for all the… Continue reading What's My Name (From "Descendants 2"/Sing-Along)

Social Distancing Hats Chinese Schools

Life has slowly started to return to normal in some parts of China. To make sure small children in school maintain social distance, a Chinese school has a unique idea. Yangzheng Elementary School in Hangzhou, asked the students to design hats that measure 1 meter (3.2 feet) across for coronavirus safety practices. The hats will… Continue reading Social Distancing Hats Chinese Schools

Tourist spot in China provides visitors with free balloon hats to maintain social distancing

For more on Chinese society: http://sc.mp/chnsociety Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube A tourist spot in China’s Hunan province provides visitors one-metre long balloon hats for free to remind them of keeping a safe distance from each other when visiting attractions. Follow us on: Website: https://scmp.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/scmp Twitter: https://twitter.com/scmpnews Instagram: https://instagram.com/scmpnews… Continue reading Tourist spot in China provides visitors with free balloon hats to maintain social distancing

Chinese pupils wear one-metre hats to practise social distancing from others

Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube A primary school in eastern China’s Zhejiang province asked their pupils to wear one-metre hats they each designed themselves using wooden sticks, cardboards, or even balloons, to practise social distancing. Follow us on: Website: https://scmp.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/scmp Twitter: https://twitter.com/scmpnews Instagram: https://instagram.com/scmpnews Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/south-china-morning-post/ source

Students in China wearing homemade 1 metre Hats to School for social distancing during Covid-19

Schools in China have resumed lessons and this primary school in Hangzhou has come up with a creative idea to promote and drill in the importance of social distancing. For more information, visit http://www.powermoneywomen.com/sgvirals/students-in-china-wears-homemade-1m-hats-to-maintain-social-distancing-when-schools-reopen source

Partnership Moments: Chinese Men don't do green hats

As Huawei’s Director of Corporate Affairs, Jeremy Mitchell learned first hand, Chinese men do not wear green hats. He shares what happened when he proudly wore his team hat during a visit to China after the Canberra Raiders were signed as the first major sporting sponsorship with Huawei. For the latest news on mobile technology… Continue reading Partnership Moments: Chinese Men don't do green hats

“Legal fake” Supreme and Balenciaga dad shoe hats: Inside China's streetwear scene

Even though streetwear brand Supreme doesn’t have a single store in China, you’ll probably see it in almost every major Chinese city. While the brand selling “Supreme” in China might not be the original from New York, it is a testament to the immense popularity of streetwear in China. Last year, Chinese spending on luxury… Continue reading “Legal fake” Supreme and Balenciaga dad shoe hats: Inside China's streetwear scene

#FSEmpresses: Curator's Cut – Fun with Hats

Get the scoop on this beautiful Qing Dynasty-era headdress direct from co-curators Jan Stuart and Daisy Yiyou Wang! Learn why it’s so special, on what occasions it was worn, and more. Festive headdress with phoenixes and peonies China, Qing dynasty, probably second half of 19th century Metal with gilding, kingfisher feather, jadeite, tourmaline, coral, pearls,… Continue reading #FSEmpresses: Curator's Cut – Fun with Hats