- A man in China taught his pet husky how to use an electric rice cooker by remotely instructing the dog through a home surveillance system.
- Before going out, the man placed the rice into the electric rice cooker.
- After his errands took longer than expected, the man instructed his husky to turn on the rice cooker through a speaker connected to his surveillance system.
- The man has been training his pet dog since he was a puppy and has taught him to do various tasks such as flushing the toilet and flipping the light switch.
A pet husky in China managed to turn on a rice cooker by following his owner’s remote voice commands given through a surveillance system.
Before leaving his house in Zhejiang Province to get groceries, the man, surnamed Zhou, washed the rice and placed it into the rice cooker. After taking longer than expected to return home, Zhou used his home surveillance system to instruct his pet husky Lucky to turn on the rice cooker.
An Indonesian man has the online community abuzz after posting alleged wedding photos of him and his new “wife,” a Phillips-branded rice cooker.
Some grainy photos: Khoirul Anam documented his now-viral wedding ceremony on Sept. 20 in images posted to his Facebook page, where he can be seen wearing a traditional Indonesian groom attire while posing with his rice cooker, garbed in a white bridal veil.
A new rice cooker from Japan is reportedly able to reduce sugar content by up to 25%.
Released on Aug. 7, the aptly-named “Healthy Support Rice Cooker” advances the rice-cooking technology in Japan, where rice is a staple part of everyone’s diet.
Japanese appliance manufacturer Zojirushi and its U.S. branch Zojirushi America are releasing a limited-edition Hello Kitty rice cooker and stainless mug as part of the character’s 60th anniversary.
The Zojirushi x Hello Kitty Automatic Rice Cooker & Warmer, which is exclusive only in the U.S. and Canada, was available through the official website and Amazon, according to CNET. It is currently unavailable for purchase online.
With protective face masks in short supply due to the growing demand worldwide, any hack to effectively prolong the use of one mask could go a long way.
In Taiwan, local officials shared how to reuse a mask multiple times by disinfecting it with a rice cooker, Taiwan News reports.
Los Angeles-based streetwear brand Anti Social Social Club is launching its own rice cooker in a collaboration with Korean rice cooker maker Cuckoo.
The new kitchen appliance is set to arrive on July 6, just days after the release of Anti Social Social Club’s all-female Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook.
China is hoping sales of rice cookers and smart toilet seats will pick up its economy.
The Chinese government plans to focus on driving the economy with domestic consumption rather than trade and investment. According to South China Morning Post, cabinet documents reveal that officials are pushing to develop better products including electric rice cookers, kitchen appliances, air purifiers, smartphones, toys and luxury toilet seats.