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S’poreans confident Uniqlo can take over Istana at this rate of expansion

S’poreans confident Uniqlo can take over Istana at this rate of expansion

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They stand a chance as a political party too.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who used to wear Giordano clothing, are feeling confident on Uniqlo’s behalf.

This after Uniqlo has expanded to 25 outlets in Singapore over a few years.

This prompted Singaporeans to voice their support for Uniqlo’s ambitious plans as there is a shortage of outlets island-wide with some estates only having one outlet to serve the population.

Tuo Yi Fu, a Singaporean said: “Looks like President Tony Tan will have to clear out from the Istana soon at this rate Uniqlo is expanding.”

“They will take over every square inch of Singapore and become bigger than the government in time to come.”

Other Singaporeans said taking over the presidential palace is not the only achievement the clothing retailer can look forward to.

Another local, Zuo Zhong Tong, said: “Uniqlo must take over and form the next government and president.”

“At least they can provide for Singaporeans in a way the current president never will.”

“And then Singaporeans will feel very unique in their Uniqlo clothing.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Changi Airport greets passengers ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’ as S’pore becomes giant Uniqlo outlet

Changi Airport greets passengers ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’ as S’pore becomes giant Uniqlo outlet

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It will be broadcast over the loud speakers and follow the same mandatory faux chirpy voice.

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Changi Airport will be greeting incoming passengers from all walks of life landing in Singapore a warm and hearty, “Welcome to Uniqlo!”.

This after Uniqlo shows no signs of slowing down on its expansion as there is a shortage of outlets island-wide with only 25 of them in Singapore.

This rate of expansion will soon result in Singapore turning into the Republic of Uniqlo.

One foreigner, Mei Chuan Yee, said this is a fitting greeting: “This is exactly the sort of mandatory greeting that I would hear every time I step into a Uniqlo outlet.”

“I like how the staff will use this chirpy voice to substitute for the genuine lackadaisical attitude they have as they get paid by the hour.”

Locals also said this move reflects a larger consensus within society that there are simply not enough Uniqlo outlets in Singapore and there is a greater desire to see more.

See Baey Xian, a Singaporean, said: “It’s like the last thing I expect is to not see Uniqlo, and boom, there it is. Uniqlo again.”

“Likewise, the last thing people expect is for someone to greet them ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’, and bam, when you in the toilet halfway and someone bursts through the door and says just that.”

“And instead of feeling shocked, you say ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’ back.”

“That’s when their job is done, that’s when their job is done.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Changi Airport to greet passengers ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’ as S’pore turns into giant Uniqlo outlet

Changi Airport to greet passengers ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’ as S’pore turns into giant Uniqlo outlet

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It will be broadcast over the loud speakers and follow the same mandatory faux chirpy voice.

changi-uniqlo

Changi Airport will be greeting incoming passengers from all walks of life landing in Singapore a warm and hearty, “Welcome to Uniqlo!”.

This after Uniqlo announced that they are opening their newest biggest store at Orchard Central as there is a shortage of outlets island-wide with only 24 of them in Singapore.

This rate of expansion will soon result in Singapore turning into the Republic of Uniqlo.

One foreigner, Mei Chuan Yee, said this is a fitting greeting: “This is exactly the sort of mandatory greeting that I would hear every time I step into a Uniqlo outlet.”

“I like how the staff will use this chirpy voice to substitute for the genuine lackadaisical attitude they have as they get paid by the hour.”

Locals also said this move reflects a larger consensus within society that there are simply not enough Uniqlo outlets in Singapore and there is a greater desire to see more.

See Baey Xian, a Singaporean, said: “It’s like the last thing I expect is to not see Uniqlo, and boom, there it is. Uniqlo again.”

“Likewise, the last thing people expect is for someone to greet them ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’, and bam, when you in the toilet halfway and someone bursts through the door and says just that.”

“And instead of feeling shocked, you say ‘Welcome to Uniqlo!’ back.”

“That’s when their job is done, that’s when their job is done.”

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans confident Uniqlo poised to take over Istana at this rate of expansion

S’poreans confident Uniqlo poised to take over Istana at this rate of expansion

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They stand a chance as a political party too.

uniqlo-istana

Singaporeans from all walks of life, who used to wear Giordano clothing, are feeling confident on Uniqlo’s behalf.

This after Uniqlo announced that they are opening their newest biggest store at Orchard Central.

This prompted Singaporeans to voice their support for Uniqlo’s ambitious plans as there is a shortage of outlets island-wide with only 24 of them in Singapore.

Tuo Yi Fu, a Singaporean said: “Looks like President Tony Tan will have to clear out from the Istana soon at this rate Uniqlo is expanding.”

“They will take over every square inch of Singapore and become bigger than Lee Kuan Yew in time to come.”

Other Singaporeans said taking over the presidential palace is not the only achievement the clothing retailer can look forward to.

Another local, Zuo Zhong Tong, said: “Uniqlo must take over and form the next government and president.”

“At least they can provide for Singaporeans in a way the current president never will.”

“And then Singaporeans will feel very unique in their Uniqlo clothing.”

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans esctatic more Uniqlo, Charles & Keith & Toast Box to open in malls

S’poreans esctatic more Uniqlo, Charles & Keith & Toast Box to open in malls

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Mall developers are spicing things up by arranging the same shops in different order.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who have become so used to the monotony on this island, are ecstatic that Orchard Central shopping mall will undergo a major renovation.

This after it was revealed by homegrown eatery, Everything With Fries, that they are made to clear out from the ground floor of the building to make way for Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo to take up a three-storey space in the mall.

Singaporeans said they are looking forward to going to all these shopping centres as they offer many different varieties of the same shops and brands.

One local, Kee Shou Peng, said: “Wow, another Uniqlo? This is buttocks-clenching excitement right there.”

“I think the mall developers put in a lot of effort to develop the shopping experience. For example, they will sometimes put Uniqlo on the third floor and sometimes they will put it on the ground floor. So, you can see, there is a lot of variety.”

Other Singaporeans said they enjoy seeing how malls are becoming more creative over time.

Another Singaporean, See Baey Xian, said: “Sometimes you will find Toast Box to the left of BreadTalk and sometimes you will find Toast Box to the right of BreadTalk. All these malls are definitely very creative trying to spice things up for consumers.”

“Who will get sick of all these variety of shop arrangements that offer consumers so much novelty?”

“For instance, at 313 at Somerset, there is Toast Box at the basement and Toast Box at the top level.”

“It’s like the last thing you’d expect is something different and boom, no surprises, it’s Toast Box again.”

 

 

 

 

 











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