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The vaping skills of young hijab-wearing Indonesian Instagram user dianggrika_ has caught the attention of many.

Amazingly, she can blow and manipulate very clear shapes, sometimes outdoors mind you, without them being disturbed by air currents.

In one such video, she garnered more than 10,000 views in just a few hours on Instagram and was even trending in Malaysia.

Despite vaping “banned” in Indonesia, multiple Instagram shops advertise freely on her page.

She also has more than 10,000 followers supporting her insta-influencer business

via GIFER

It should however be noted that in Malaysia, there is a fatwa that categorizes vaping as haram (prohibited).

via GIFER

Since vaping is still quite a new thing in the market, there is still very little that we know from the science and research side.

(Seriously, we have searched in many big medical journals looking for points to argue about this matter.)

So for us Malaysians, it’s important to remember that we should always try to maintain a healthy lifestyle and a balanced life.

via GIFER

Sourced via:
1. Tobacco control laws, January 22, 2019 (Legislation by country Indonesia) 2. Strait times, January 24, 2018 (Vaping under threat in tobacco-loving Indonesia)
3. Lonely Planet, July 13, 2018 (These holiday destinations have made vaping illegal)
4. TripAdvisor, February 7, 2017 (Vaping in Bali)

(Featured pic via Instagram)

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