EZ Buy Now Lists Products From Mogujie And JD.com!

I am pretty sure most of us are addicted to online shopping. These days, there are many online shopping platforms that you can buy just about anything under the sky, from clothes to bags, health supplements, digital and mobile appliances, food stuff, home and living items and insurance, just to name a few. I love online shopping as it saves time and money plus there are so much more designs that I can choose from vs. brick-and-mortar stores.

Some of our local online shopping platforms are in collaboration with Taobao and other international online shopping platforms. One of them is ezbuy.  Ezbuy was founded by a group of aspiring entrepreneurs having a single mindset to bring quality products in a convenient and smarter way to the locals via an online international platform.

ezbuy has listed over millions of products from China, USA, Taiwan, Korea and locally for customers. Ezbuy also provides “Buy-For-Me” service, where you just need to submit a product url to ezbuy, and they will purchase on your behalf and ship them to you. You can now enjoy the most convenient, hassle-free and worry-free service you ever deserve. With inspection, free repacking and consolidation service, these are all you need to ensure you pay for what you need.

I am sure most of you who are reading this post right now are no strangers to ezbuy. It is so easy to shop at ezbuy and the range of products is so wide. Flash deals, free agent fee, super crazy deals, free shipping ~ these are some of the exciting deals that you’ll see at the ezbuy site from time to time.

In ezbuy’s continuous effort to provide more options for buyers, they have now included 2 giant e-commerce sites, JD.COM and Mogujie (Mogu Street) into their long list of e-commerce partners. This means more products for us to shop for!

JD.com, Inc. also known as Jingdong and formerly called 360buy, is a Chinese e-commerce company headquartered in Beijing. It is one of the two largest B2C online retailers in China by transaction volume and revenue, a member of the Fortune Global 500 and a major competitor to Alibaba-run Tmall. As of September 2017, the platform has 266.3 million active users. JD.com has everything from apparels, home and living products, mobile and accessories, office supplies, sports equipment, and many more.

Listing of some kitchen gadgets from JD.com under ezbuy:

 

Meanwhile, Mogujie (Mogu Street) is the heaven for all shopaholics who love to get the latest modish fashion apparels, especially for youngsters.  Mogujie, founded in 2011 with headquarters in Hangzhou, China is a social network company.  Its app Mogu is a social commerce fashion app, which officially launched in the US and Europe in October 2015, and it is also the social fashion app which was founded in China but targeting young audiences in Western market. Mogujie, sometimes compared with Pinterest of the U.S., is trying to carve out a niche by blending social network with online shopping.  Its users interact with one another by creating photo collages of clothes, shoes and other items they like. Those items are available for purchases either from merchants hosted by Mogujie or through other e-commerce sites that pay referral commissions to Mogujie.

Stylish dresses from Mogujie are available now at ezbuy:

Aren’t we spoilt for choice now?  I am so tempted to get something from ezbuy now. My birthday is just around the corner and I think I deserve something nice for myself 😉

Tempted to start shopping at ezbuy now? But first of all, you have to register at ezbuy. Don’t worry, you don’t have to fill out pages of information.  Just key in your email address, create a user ID and password, key in your mobile number for an OTP number and you’re good to go! And the best part is upon registration, you will get a RM15 shopping voucher!  Isn’t that great?!

 

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Simple Bento Lunch Boxes For Cassandra

Cass has grown terribly fed-up of having bread and buns for recess in school, or even to have them as breakfast at home. She loathes at the sight of buns now. She used to love bread but I guess she’s had enough of anything that’s doughy from the same bakeries most of the time.  She prefers to eat a proper meal consisting of rice and noodles. But the food from her school isn’t my ideal choice of meal for her. Yet, I can’t muster up the energy and enthusiasm to cook for her at 4:30 in the morning.  So the best that I can prep for her that’s fast and still nutritious is to heat up the food that I cook for dinner the previous evening.

These are some of the bento boxes that I prepped for Cass:


Penne pasta bolognese with blanched broccoli and a packet of Izumio.


The bolognese sauce is made from scratch with tomatoes, carrots and pumpkin puree blended using my powerful Blendtec blender + lots of onions, garlic, dried rosemary, Italian herbs, celery, shimeiji mushrooms, minced pork and a little  salt and palm sugar syrup to taste.  The pumpkin puree gives the sauce a very creamy and rich texture.


Canyon Japanese kids curry (curry roux) with chicken drumsticks and sweet potatoes and sauteed mustard greens with shimeiji + garlic. The mil bought the curry roux from Hong Kong.


Fried salmon + steamed minced pork with ‘mui choy’ + Japanese rice.

I keep a small portion of food for Cass during dinner on most days for her bento box. Sometimes she brings porridge. Even a simple blanched green tea noodles or buckwheat noodles seasoned with soy sauce, sesame seed oil, toasted sesame and seaweed is more appealing to her than bread, cake or buns now. She doesn’t even mind eating them cold right from the fridge ala Japanese.

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