Tag Archives: Shopping

DRIPPING WET PRC COUPLE GOES SHOPPING AFTER SWIMMING, LEAVING PUDDLES EVERYWHERE

This PRC couple had just finished their swim at a recreational pool in Downtown East when they decided to go shopping at the nearby Downtown East shopping arcade. The only problem? They decided to do their shopping in their dripping wet swim wear, leaving poor shop tenants the task of cleaning up puddles of water left all over the floor. Photos of the couple have gone viral online, with netizens up in arms over the PRC couple's inconsiderate behavior.

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WHY I WILL NEVER BUY FURNITURE FROM BIG BOX RETAIL MALL EVER AGAIN

Below is a complete chronological history of my purchase experience with BIG BOX, a company that I will most likely never patronize ever again. Unless driven to ultimate desperation, i would never choose to shop with BIG BOX again. No matter how cheap or value for money a product, having to go through such hassle and nightmare is truly an unworthy experience

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ALIBABA RESEARCH: WOMAN WITH BIGGER BREAST ARE BIGGER SPENDERS

It’s not the size of your purse that reveals your shopping habits, but the size of your bra, according to new research. Ladies with a cup size of B or smaller tend to save their pennies, while more well-endowed women are more likely to splurge on luxury items, claims e-commerce group Alibaba. The Chinese group compared underwear sales on their site to the total amount spent and placed customers into five categories: low, slightly low, middle, slightly high, and high.

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PRC TOURIST: SHOPPING IN SINGAPORE SUCKS

Retailers billed it as the Great Singapore Sale. Chinese tourist Zhu Liang bought it, only to regret afterward. “We will never come here again to shop on purpose,” said Zhu, a 35-year-old businessman from Hangzhou. Visiting the city during the final days of the summer sale season in July, he purchased a Loewe handbag for his wife, only to discover he could have paid less in Hong Kong.

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M’SIAN MINISTER: S’POREANS WILL STILL COME TO JOHOR FOR CHEAP FOOD & SHOPPING

The proposed Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee for all foreign vehicles entering Johor Baru will have minimal to no impact on Singaporeans entering the city via the Causeway and Second Link. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said that tourist arrivals from across the border would not drop just because of an imposed entry fee and that Singaporeans would still come into Malaysia for cheaper food and cheaper products.

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