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Disney Winnie The Pooh 19cm or Tigger 23cm Cuddleez Plush $5 (Was $15) in-Store /+ $3 C&C /+ $9 Delivery @ Target

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  • Genuine, Original, Authentic Disney Store Product
  • Embroidered features
  • Detailed plush sculpturing
  • Soft stuffing
  • Fuzzy velour fabrics
  • Beans in bottom
  • Part of our Winnie the Pooh Mini Bean Bag Plush Collection
  • Ages 0+

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  • +85 votes

    Not available in China

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      • +35 votes

        Well that went right over your head didn't it :)

        • +9 votes

          I’m curious though. Is that stuff available in China? Or is that only for export

          Edit: why downvote me for asking. I actually don’t know much about the availability of Winnie the Pooh in China :(

          • +1 vote

            @MaxDong69: You can get anything in China, just if you know where to look. Usually it’s from websites that are even more wholesale than taobao, but I don’t even know where to begin because I’m too amateur to go any deeper than taobao.

      • +4 votes

        why negative vote to the taobao link?

        • +5 votes

          Because craigmate's comment was a joke and the URL wasn't needed, as well as the attitude.

        • -1 vote

          Because China haters don't wanna admit their outdated lame meme is based on fake info

        • +11 votes

          Because truth hurts

        • +5 votes

          I up voted… for the education value.

        • +8 votes

          Cause they don't wanna know the truth. They just wanna live in their so true journalists. Being a Chinese in Aussie I am really getting used to that.

        • +2 votes

          People give here but can't take

        • +2 votes

          For not understanding the humour..

    • +11 votes

      There's literally a popular Winnie the Pooh ride in Disney Shanghai.

      https://www.shanghaidisneyresort.com/en/attractions/adventur...

    • +9 votes

      Telling lies? No PaPa.
      You Should have learnt this at kinder.
      Winnie The Pooh is available in every Chinese Disney store.

    • +3 votes

      Mainlanders do be downvoting.

    • -21 votes

      Having Winnie is better than Scotty from Marketing and Lord Voldemort from the seat of Dickson… something about lucky country being run by second rate losers.

      • +7 votes

        You'd rather Xi over Morrison, really ?

        • -24 votes

          Xi looks after its own people and trys to grow/benefit its own country without caring for other countries since its not his responsibility

          Verses the west trying to care for the whole world even though most of it is not their business. This is also to the detriment of its own people / economy.

          Whenever Aus gives foreign aid, takes in refugees, buys 100mil doses of covid vaccine for its <30mil population so it can donate them to Papua New Guinea. The tax payers are paying for it so we are FORCED to do charity to causes the government chooses. Whereas in china i assume they do less of this so the citizens have a choice to do charity or not to a cause they want (i.e. if they want to do charity they personally donate to a cause they want).

          Im guessing thats why Xinyi prefers Xi over Morrison.

          • +12 votes

            @Chchnu: "Xi looks after its own people" your choice of pronoun for Xi amuses me!
            But joke aside, yea true depending on the definition of "own people", if the CCP members are Xi's "own people" then I guess there is some truth in it. Does that include all civvy, in particular those who oppose him though?

          • +1 vote

            @Chchnu:

            Whereas in china i assume they do less of this so the citizens have a choice to do charity or not to a cause they want

            Ummm, are you trying to bad mouth Xi and make him look selfish?

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              @Ughhh: Thats around $2 per person hence i said less.

              • +1 vote

                @Chchnu: It sounds like he's trying to appear generous in helping developing countries, but you're trying to say he's the opposite? Should we believe you or the Globaltimes?

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                  @Ughhh: Globaltimes.CN

                  • +1 vote

                    @Chchnu: So we should ignore what you said earlier?

          • +4 votes

            @Chchnu: I think people in Australia would not agree to utilitarian. They would rather have an elected government whose interest is in the political donors and only need to keep 51% of population happy to be in power.

          • +7 votes

            @Chchnu: That attitude of look out for yourself instead of looking out for the community and our neighbours is why Chinese mainlanders are scorned in Australia.

            They are selfish and look out for themselves. This culture was spawned from the Mao era, where he starved millions to death, so naturally Chinese society grew to look after themself first.

            Every leader after Mao never helped China, only helped the CCP members. They only helped the lower class people if it benefited themself.

            It's no surprise now why the free world looks down on China.

            • +4 votes

              @Blitzfx: Agreed completely

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              @Blitzfx: Shouldn't the individuals have the choise to help via donating to charities they want? The point is when government starts looking out for other countries, the taxpayers of the country are forced to contribute the that donation.

              Government uses the people's money and therefore should 100% but spend on the country internally. Leave the helping others as an option for individuals to decide.

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                @Chchnu: Collectively when you participate in society, you sign up to the way our government operates and how we deal with international allies and foreign relations.

                You can alternatively not participate in society and live on a farm, and make your own electricity, grow your own food, and collect your own rain water and be 100% isolated, living off welfare.

                Who we look out for is another discussion, such as donating to CCP scum or North Korea humanitarian aid.

                How we use tax payer money is up to everyone to decide, which is where democracy comes into play. You can lobby and rally people to make change, unlike CCP scum, which is 100% dictatorship.

                If you can't make the change or convince enough people to join you, then it's entirely possible that you're the odd one out and you're the one carrying the fringe and extremist beliefs.

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        As long as Scotty follows the orders from News Group and the U.S. president, He will be fine.

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        There’s plenty to be critical of for both Xi and Morrison, and I can’t stand Voldemort either (though I actually think a lot of his views would be aligned to many within the CCP). Australia and China are very different countries with different cultures and notably population sizes.

        Realistically a lot about how Australia is run, for most things comes from advice from government departments The secretary of each government dept probably has more/as much influence on policy than our elected representatives. I imagine this is similar in China through different mechanisms. What is it that you like about living in Australia? (presuming you do since you’re on ozbargain).

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      The king doesn’t like it.

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      Still made in China ?

  • +45 votes

    President Xi only $5?

    • +4 votes

      Super value. You get a children's toy and evil dictator all in one.

      • -17 votes

        How is he evil? He looks after ppl in his own country instead of trying to help the whole world.

        • +9 votes

          This isn't the place for such discussion. Look up: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Uyghurs, Organs for starters. Over and out.

          • -14 votes

            @jdr: What is wrong with Taiwan?
            China mainland and Taiwan is still under civil war status. Taiwan is still under Chinese rule - Republic of China
            What is wrong with Hong Kong?
            UK returned Hong Kong to china, and its part of Chinese territory.
            The question you should ask is, do you support Rioters or law and order?
            Uyghurs problem is even simply, Yankees Hate Muslims and Chinese, but why do they care Chinese Muslims?
            Organs for starters, you must follow the epic times (Falun gong) a lot for this lies.
            It used to be the death penalty pinions sign the organ donation paper, so his family member will get fianncial compensation from the organ receivers. It has been banned for ages.

            Telling lies? No PaPa.

            • +2 votes

              @salin: “It’s not about the facts, it’s politics”

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              @salin: This is not the forum. PM if you want.

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                @jdr: This is not the forum for your lies, Let's talk about facts.

                • +5 votes

                  @salin: What facts? That everything the Chinese government say is correct?

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                    @SEasternCry: if you knew how to do the research properly instead of just following western main stream propaganda, you can find the facts & truth

          • -3 votes

            @jdr: Western Civilization used to represent the pinnacle of human endeavour.

            Now its all just a bunch of countries spreading Q-Anon theories, eternal lies about Iraqi WMDs and Uyghurs and spreading Falun Gong batshit theories about Organ harvesting. Why can't you be the West that Hong Kongers believe you are instead of a-hole racist liars.

            • +2 votes

              @xinyi: Maybe stop being the bullies of Asia, unless your want to get cracked in the head by USA and friends aka Australia

          • +3 votes

            @jdr: Also Tibet.

        • +6 votes

          I loved how much he helped the world when he banned domestic flights from Wuhan yet still allowed international travel from Wuhan. Praise the CCP, comrade.

          • +2 votes

            @Fappo: The great Chinese infection export

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      May as well pick up Obama for the same price while you're there. Bargain.
      Lam seems to have sold out long ago already … :P

    • -2 votes

      Newscorp bought Scotty from Marketing and Lord Voldemort from the seat of Dickson for free +++ something about lucky country being run by second rate losers.

  • +11 votes

    The only product at Target which is not made in China.

    • +5 votes

      But made in Taiwan. :P

      • -1 vote

        DPP new form of dictator, should reinstate KMT instead

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          What is the difference in between of a liar and a loser?

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          lmao this escalated fast lol

      • +1 vote

        known as (not the peopl's) Republic of China :p

  • +17 votes

    One bear, one system

  • +9 votes

    Even in today's society, he still refuses to wear pants.

    • +4 votes

      My exact outfit right now

      • +2 votes

        Username checks out.

    • +2 votes

      Humphrey B. Bear was onto something

  • +13 votes

    Upvoting to piss off xi

  • +22 votes

    Came here to write some half assed comment about Xi. Seems like everyone had the same thought

    • -1 vote

      Australia is not a very innovative country after all. Where is the Apple of Australia? WHERE)

      • +1 vote

        Tasmania is the Apple Isle

      • +3 votes

        In centrelink

      • +2 votes

        Bold words for someone who probably retroactively owes me money probably

      • +1 vote

        Well what are you doing about it Mr. Centrelink?

  • +3 votes

    Aww so cute. Gonna get one for my little nephew. Just kidding it’s for me.

    This is also quite cute too:
    https://www.target.com.au/p/squishable-mini-corgi-17cm/63889...

  • +1 vote

    The villain in Mortal Kombat has a striking resemblance to ..ahem' you know who!'

    • +1 vote

      I won’t take offense, but I assume you mean a Krumpet.

  • +11 votes

    I'm here for the Xi comments😂

  • +10 votes

    You guys are insulting Winnie The Pooh.

    • +4 votes

      -200 Social Credits. Please report to the nearest police station for re education.

      • +2 votes

        "These wieners will give me the quick energy I need to escape!"

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    Tigger is also on sale :)

  • +4 votes

    I asked my Chinese friends and they don’t think Winnie the Pooh is insulting Xi. They actually think it’s cute and making Xi relatable to the younger generation. So all the China haters have been doing it wrong all the time. lol

    • +6 votes

      What your friends think don't matter, what matters is what Xi thinks via his reactions. I'm sure he doesn't need any regular Joes to defend him.

      • +2 votes

        how did u know that Xi doesn't like it though?

        • +1 vote

          I didn't say whether he liked it or not?

          • +1 vote

            @Ughhh: If he doesn't need any regular Joes to defend him why would he care some regular Joes insult him?

            • +1 vote

              @CharityCase: How did you know the regular Joes are insulting him?

              • +1 vote

                @Ughhh: dude are we on the same Ozbargain page?

                • +1 vote

                  @CharityCase: Wait, or is he insulting regular Joes????

      • -6 votes

        What Xi has done for the country is light years ahead of Scotty from Marketing and Lord Voldemort from the seat of Dickson, Australia has always being just a lucky country run by second rate losers.

        • +5 votes

          Then why are you in Australia?

          Not everything is about money, but when you come from poverty, I can see why you would see money as everything, even more than basic freedom. Whatever floats your boat.

          • +1 vote

            @Ughhh: I didn't come here by own choice, and staying here wasn't by my own fruition.

            • +4 votes

              @xinyi: Are you old enough to travel by yourself prior to Covid?

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              @xinyi: We hadn't noticed :)

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            @Ughhh: Did you just assume this person is from China because of an ozbargain username? Then i guess people can generalize you as an Uyghhhur muslim from your username and comments.

            • +3 votes

              @Chchnu:

              Did you just assume this person is from China because of an ozbargain username?

              If you read correctly, I said

              Are you old enough to travel by yourself prior to Covid?

              Did you just assume that means "return to your country", because of hisher username so its the only place to go?

            • +2 votes

              @Chchnu: If you understand Mandarin, you can easily figure out this user name is kind like "信义" or "新一" as it's very common combination of Pinyin. After all, his logic 100% perfectly fits what a standard mainland Chinese has😉

      • +1 vote

        It’s funny that you think the dictator of the second most powerful country in the world HAS to react to some random joes internet meme. Lol

        • +2 votes

          But he did? Lol

          He didn't have to. Nor had to censor local (in China) news, or ban Google, FB etc.

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      We don't care what your Chinese friends think about this, we in Australia use Winnie to insult Xi because that's what he asks for and that's what Aussies give him kthxbye