Forget Black Friday: China’s annual online shopping splurge smashes all records with $14.3BILLION spent in just 24 hours
James A. Conrad, the film industry author, United States, about 9 hours ago
Thankfully, 70% of the goods purchased were made in the USA, Canada, and UK…
Waldo Piper, New York, United States, about 21 hours ago
They have come a long way since the cultural revolution.
TruthyOne, Brooklyn, United States, about 23 hours ago
The student is now the master. America’s golden age is over. Make way for the new superpower.
DaBuzz, Alhambra, United States, a day ago
Things! I must buy things to fill the gaping hole in my soul!
theendofamerica, Texas, United States, a day ago
20% canned dog meat!
Sarah the nurse, Ohio USA, United States, a day ago
2 weeks later they’ll spend 10 billion again because everything made in China breaks
HKer, Hong Kong, China, about 22 hours ago
If everything made in China breaks, your house must be strewed with fragments, scraps, pieces, shred . . . . Nothing intact in your house, perhaps not even the walls, which might be shipped from China
Zfarfan, London, a day ago
and with that amount of ppl they can kick any countries a.ss
jollyone, White Rock, Canada, 1 day ago
The fact that people have this much money to spend on “stuff” makes one pause and wonder why there are thousands of children dying from hunger every day.
Zfarfan, London, 1 day ago
start by acting my friend. and not by leaving comments in the daily mail. one person can make the difference
tangerinedream, Dry Heat, United States, 1 day ago
Consumers…what else can I say..