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Father’s Day is happening next Sunday, 20 June. If you are still scratching your head as to what to gift your dearest dad, the Yahoo Shopping team is here to help!
A few big sales to highlight so you don’t miss out on all the good deals.
From now till 30 June 2021, order a 750ml Maker’s Mark and get a 50ml Maker’s Mark for free. It also entitles you to customization on every bottle bought of names up to 15 characters, which you can key in the “notes” chat box upon checkout. You will also have the option of choosing the special Father’s Day message on the bottle. Delivery within 3 working days.
From 1-30 June 2021, order a 750ml Maker’s Mark and get a 50ml Maker’s Mark for free. These bottles are printed with “Best Dad Ever” printed on the label. Available on: Grab Mart, Shopee and FoodPanda.
A video showing a woman who came home to Singapore to surprise her parents for the Lunar New Year is melting people's hearts on TikTok. Capturing the moment: The video, which has amassed over 1.1 million views, shows the priceless reactions of Teo Ching Hwa and Tan Quee Lan, both 62, as their daughter Xiu Min arrived for the occasion with her children. Xiu Min has been living in Indonesia with her in-laws.
A team of international scientists has published new details about an ancient reptile with an appearance reminiscent of the mythical Chinese dragon. Driving the news: The aquatic reptile, known as Dinocephalosaurus orientalis, was first identified in 2003 after its skull was discovered in southern China’s Guizhou province. This time, scientists found new fossils that lead to a fuller picture of the mysterious sea creature.
Onlookers in India's Uttar Pradesh witnessed a bizarre moment on February 12 when a shirtless yogi was seen lying on a large bed of thorns. As devotees approached him for blessings, he explained that he spends several days lying on the prickly bed, and has been doing this annually for the past 35 years as a form of self-punishment for his sins.
The Singapore Airshow included the foreign debuts of new weapons systems, growing interest in systems that could destroy ballistic missiles and swat down drones - but it was missing any Russian presence and major defence deals were scarce. The trade portion of Asia's biggest aviation gathering ended on Friday, with exhibitors packing up their sprawling displays of military hardware, aerospace services, parts and national pride. After days of demonstration flights, Asian military acrobatic teams took a break on Friday, when no aerial displays were scheduled in advance of the public air show on Saturday and Sunday.