Aliya Scene: Live in Israel, shop online

‘AliExpress is a good lesson in patience. It has its place for buying items you don’t need immediately. It is exciting when things actually do arrive. It’s always a surprise!’

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
March 2, 2017 14:21
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A screenshot from AliExpress. (photo credit: ALIEXPRESS)

 
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Sundays off. Two cars. Target and WalMart. Walkin closets. There are plenty of luxuries that Anglo olim trade for a life of purpose and meaning in Israel. Thanks to the popular website AliExpress, shopping online doesn’t have to be one of them.

AliExpress is an online marketplace based in China.

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