Marvel fans now have more reasons to shop at Qoo10, a treasure trove of the franchise’s paraphernalia for the young and the young at heart.
Dispel monsters in the cupboard with 3D night lights – your child need fear no more under the protection of the mighty Thor. They will also sleep safe and snug with the Avengers bedsheet set featuring colourful miniature versions of the superheros.
Adult fans might be interested in Marvel-themed apparel, ranging collegiate jackets that shout too cool for school to t-shirts emblazoned with 2D logos of characters such as Captain America and the Flash.
Or geek out with tech toys fit for an undercover agent, from the nifty Iron Man thumbdrive to the figurine which lights up when it detects noise from its surroundings.
With the Lunar New Year season around the corner, Qoo10 offers an assortment of well-loved seafood, snacks and drinks to usher in the festivities.
Bak Kwa now comes in a variety of flavours and meats – Xi Shi Bak Kwa’s unique offerings include Duck and Chicken Bak Kwa, as well as the traditional Pork Bak Kwa with Red Yeast Rice and Mushroom for added flavour.
Fans of custard buns, be sure to try Cantonese stalwart Mouth Restaurant’s Liu Sha Bao (steamed bun with creamy custard, baked crust and salty egg bits). For an alternative take on the classic bun, T.AKADEMI offers the Hokkaido equivalent, Kofuku Yaki, which will refresh your tastebuds with seasonal flavours such as Hokkaido Milk Custard, Toffee Custard, Banana Caramel and Yubari Melon Custard.
The celebrations aren’t complete without hotpot essentials. For your abalone fix, try Imperial Japanese abalone, fed on natural kelp and seaweed for more than two years before they are harvested. Argentinian Red Shrimps, larger than the usual Tiger Prawn variety, undergo Individual Quick Freezing before they are shipped to retain freshness and texture for a full-bodied flavour.
Last but not the least, catch up with your relatives over crispy Tao Kae Noi seaweed and Pokka flavoured drinks for an abundant Lunar New Year.
One of the great things about living in Singapore, as I’m sure many would agree, is the availability of cheap and savoury food from many cultures. From Malay satay to Korean BBQ buffets, Singapore is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditional dishes.
The Qoo10 team is delighted to share some of our favourite food joints with you - here are some of our recommendations on foods and snacks which are too good to pass on:
Nestled in the Tanjong Pagar business district, Warung Lele Restaurant offers 100% authentic Indonesian cuisine, with popular dishes like Nila Bakar, Ayam Penyet, Chicken Satay, Sambal Sotong, Chicken Curry and Tahu Telor.
The menu also includes vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes for a full gourmet experience. Be sure to try out their Ondeh Ondeh dessert for a zesty sugar rush.
Korean BBQ Buffet
You don’t have to be Korean to enjoy Korean barbecue and its buffet-style dining concept, where you can eat to your heart’s content with a variety of meats, seafood, vegetables and fruits. What is great about Korean BBQ Buffet restaurant is its convenient location at Toa Payoh and the unique 2-in-1 Steamboat-and-BBQ concept.
Be sure to try out the Pork Collar, Kimchi Stew and Korean Barley tea!
Laksa Steamboat Buffet
Moving on from one steamboat concept to another, Chuan Feng Le’s steamboat buffet is simply irresistible, with 6 soup base choices including Taiwan Cabbage, Thai Tom Yam, Hong Kong Sar Cha, and Singaporean favourites, Laksa gravy and mutton soup.
This Lunar New Year season, Qoo10 is collaborating with the Community Chest to host their Fu Dai Festive Pack giveaway program.
With every $50 donated, Community Chest will deliver a Festive Pack of festive items and necessities such as canned food and toiletries to an elderly beneficiary from the following organisations:
a) Thye Hua Kwan Home Help Services (West)
b) AWWA Community Home for Senior Citizens
c) AWWA READYCARE Centre
d) Lions Befrienders Service Association (Singapore)
100% of the proceeds will be channelled to keep social service support going for the elderly as Qoo10 will bear all administrative and transactional fees for this online campaign. Furthermore, as part of the Care & Share Movement, the Government will also match donations dollar-for-dollar.
Donations are also tax-deductible and you can receive tax deductions by emailing Community Chest your details (Full Name, NRIC/ FIN Number, Mailing Address, Donation Amount, Donation Reference Number and PDF of your e-ticket) to email@example.com before 31 January 2014.
The online donation drive closes on 23 January 2014 so don’t miss out on this opportunity to do some good this Lunar New Year.
Click the button below to find out more about the Festive Pack Giveaway.
The Lunar New Year celebrations is just around the corner and we’ve compiled a checklist of interesting products we’ve got our eyes on.
1. Cartoon Hongbaos
Get your hands on these adorable cartoon hongbaos before they are all snapped up.
Featuring popular cartoon characters such as Hello Kitty, the Minions from Despicable Me and Doraemon, these red packets are sure to cause a frenzy and bring a wide smile to their recipients.
2. Lunar New Year Hampers by Fragrance Foodstuff
Send your best regards to business partners or relatives with a CNY hamper by Fragrance Foodstuff.
There are 2 hamper packages available at $138 and $168 respectively, featuring well-loved foods and snacks such as Fragrance’s exquisite bak kwa, abalone, bird’s nest, pork floss, pineapple tarts, cashew nut cookies, pistachos and prawn rolls.
Both hampers come with a Fortune Cat Ornament to wish Gong Xi Gong Xi.
3. LG Roboking Silent Robot Vacuum Cleaner
Fancy some help for the annual spring cleaning exercise?
Let LG’s Roboking Silent Robot Vacuum Cleaner do it for you.
With Dual-Eye 2.0 cameras installed on the top and bottom of the machine, the Roboking cleans 94% of room corners, compared to 59% for other similar products on the market.
Operating at a low noise level of 48 dB, the Roboking operates independently with a daily scheduling feature. There are 5 cleaning modes to suit various room layouts. The Roboking can also climb over door thresholds with heights of 1.5cm and below.
What’s more, the Roboking comes in the prosperous shade of ruby red, fitting for the occasion.
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