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Annie Yi wants to break her Singles Day record of buying 1,000 items

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Taipei — Taiwanese singer Annie Yi, 53, wants to break her 2020 record.

Not a music record, you understand, but  a shopping record. On a day that itself is holds the record – and by quite a margin – for the largest online shopping day in the world,

While most people scramble to stock up on vouchers for Singles Day on Nov 11, this supershopper is aiming to smash her 2020 shopping record. She bought – get this –  some 900 items.

So, this year on Oct 31, she went on Weibo to share her exchange with her husband, Chinese actor Qin Hao about Singles Day shopping. This is what she wrote:

Me: ‘Hubby, last year I bought 999 items. I’m thinking of a ‘breakthrough’ this year.”

She suggested that Qin Hao pay for her shopping spree.

Husband: ‘Since you returned to work last year, you definitely can make this ‘breakthrough’ on your own.”

“Me: You’re right! But my greatest source of strength is you!”

Photo: Weibo screengrab/annieyi
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Annie added that her shopping list includes her husband’s skincare products, clothes for daughter Milly, five, and anti-ageing products, as reported by AsiaOne.

Annie said: “When this year’s Singles Day is over, I’ll be opening packages until next year!”

In their comments, netizens envied Annie’s upcoming online extravaganza.

Last year, she also gave details of her Singles Day stash on Weibo. The most expensive item was a facial cream. Her haul also included skincare products, facial masks, plants, laundry detergent, and slimming massage oil.

She wrote: “Just to give a report… On 11.11  itself, I bought 397 items. From Nov 1 to 3, I got over 500 items so across Singles Day, I bought 900 items.”

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In response to her post, Qin Hao teased her and said: “My right eyelid has been twitching these past two days while filming. Today, I finally know why. How many of the items are mine?”

Annie Yi, also known as Annie Shizuka Inoh, born on March 4, 1968, is also an actress, and writer./TISG

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