Lifestyle & Hobbies

How Do Dollar Stores Make Money?

From ValuDollar to Daiso, how do these budget stores make profits from their extremely low prices? Is it by selling volumes over pricing? Or is it because they offer knockoffs? Here are several reasons why budget stores can still survive! #1: NEARING ITS END The shockingly low prices offered by the budget store might be due to the expiration dates of its products. While S$1 for a liter of soda sounds too good to be true, you must be vigilant

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Lifestyle & Hobbies

Everything You Need To Know About Daiso

Most of us have shopped in Yano Shoten without even knowing. You read right! Daiso, our go-to budget store, was once called Yano Shoten. It was named after its founder – Mr. Hirotake Yano. ITS RICH HISTORY From humble beginnings to a myriad of setbacks, Hirotake Yano’s path to success is not a straightforward route. He and his wife survived the economic downturn of the past decade and become one of Japan’s inspiring stories. He has failed many times in

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Smart Ways To Spend Your S$2 At Daiso

#1: KITCHEN CLIPS All of us want to maintain the freshness of food. Personally, I do not want to eat chips that lost its crunchiness. To protect your leftover food, you may seal them with Daiso’s Kitchen Clips. #2: MAGTOOLS JAR OPENERS When was the last time you asked someone for help to open a stubborn jar or water bottle? This experience happens frequently to me. To make my life easier, I considered buying a lid opener. Daiso houses a

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Lifestyle & Hobbies

Best Shops For Wallet-Friendly Party Supplies In Singapore

Are you in need of party supplies to use for the Birthday or the Mother’s Day coming up? What if you are hosting a themed party at home? You will need a variety of dramatic, novelty, or scary decorations of course. Whether you are hosting a safari-themed Birthday or a floral Mother’s Day celebration, here are the Best Shops For Wallet-Friendly Party Supplies In Singapore… 1. DAISO If all the party goods in a shop cost S$2, you may never

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