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China hopes to make 2017 its annus mirabilis

China Daily | Updated: 2016-12-21 08:59
China hopes to make 2017 its annus mirabilis

An exhibitor explains the functions of an air purifier at an exhibition in Beijing. [Photo/China Daily]

Quality, chicness in focus

By Qiu Shiyun, China Daily

Qiu Shiyun, 32, a young mother currently on a break from her job as an office administrator with a private firm in Beijing, explains her concept of spending, details how she spent money this year, and reveals her shopping and travel plans for 2017.

My husband and I moved to a new apartment this year, and we spent a lot of money on furniture, and home appliances such as air-purifiers and vacuum cleaners.

I've a two-year-old son. I spent quite some money on buying baby products, including clothing, toys and some original edition English books.

I bought most of them through overseas and domestic e-commerce websites. We traveled to Tokyo this year with my son, as Japan is close to China and it is a kids-friendly place with beautiful sightseeing options and various shopping choices.

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