Last updated: 2020-12-16 | 633 Views |
HAPPY NEW NORMAL YEAR 2021
Twelve months into a new decade, 2020 has already been earmarked as ‘the worst’ year in the 21st century. The novel coronavirus has given rise to a global pandemic that has destabilized most institutional settings.
While we live in times when humankind possesses the most advanced science and technology, a virus invisible to the naked eye has massively disrupted economies, healthcare, and education systems worldwide. This should serve as a reminder that as we keep making progress in science and research, humanity will continue to face challenges in the future, and it is upon us to prioritize those issues that are most relevant in the 21st century.
As the New Year 2021 is drawing close. New resolutions are being set up, midnight kisses are being anticipated, and that perfect night out with friends and family is being planned.
All this comes once a year and most of us plan a fun-filled evening of party and drinks. So where should you be this time when the clock tongs 12 on 31st midnight?
Below are some of the places to watch 2021 New Year celebrations all around the world.
Bangkok, Thailand – Night-long Parties & Fireworks
Sydney, Australia – Harbor Of Light Parade & Firework.
New York, United States – Pyrotechnic Light Shows & Concerts
Berlin, Germany – Street Parties, Food & Magic Shows
Paris, France – Fireworks at Eiffel & Cruise Parties
London, England – Royal Parades & Fireworks
Hong Kong, China – A Dragon Firework Show
Tokyo, Japan – Fireworks & Parties at Yokoham
Come 2021 one thing that is certain, we know that adjusting to change can be challenging. Be it planned or unplanned, gradual or sudden,change is inevitable and very much part of being human.
Over the past few months, we’ve experienced an unprecedented shift in our way of life due to COVID-19. Pre-pandemic, who would’ve thought that toilet paper could become as precious as gold! And now, a trip to do a weekly grocery shop seems like an adventure of its own! Before we know it, we’ve (reluctantly) let go of our old normal and now settling into what seems to be our new normal.