Singles’ Day online shopping festival in China brought in US$74 billion in 24 hours. A jar of sunlight (above) was one of the weirder items offered for sale. Photo: courtesy of Tmall Singles’ Day online shopping festival in China brought in US$74 billion in 24 hours. A jar of sunlight (above) was one of the weirder items offered for sale. Photo: courtesy of Tmall
Singles’ Day online shopping festival in China brought in US$74 billion in 24 hours. A jar of sunlight (above) was one of the weirder items offered for sale. Photo: courtesy of Tmall

Five of the weirdest Singles’ Day offerings, from personalised noodles to a miniature skull and a jar of sunlight

  • This year, China’s annual online shopping festival took in a record US$74 billion in 24 hours
  • There were some truly odd things offered for sale, and here are our top five strange items

Topic |   Alibaba
Singles’ Day online shopping festival in China brought in US$74 billion in 24 hours. A jar of sunlight (above) was one of the weirder items offered for sale. Photo: courtesy of Tmall Singles’ Day online shopping festival in China brought in US$74 billion in 24 hours. A jar of sunlight (above) was one of the weirder items offered for sale. Photo: courtesy of Tmall
Singles’ Day online shopping festival in China brought in US$74 billion in 24 hours. A jar of sunlight (above) was one of the weirder items offered for sale. Photo: courtesy of Tmall
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