'Orh' refers to 'yam' in Hokkien, and is coincidentally the sound that people make when they come to a realisation. 'Hanzi' means 'sweet potato', and this phrase came about because these are two similar food items found in local dishes, and 'hanzi' becomes the retort to someone saying 'orh', given an obvious situation. For the puzzled Singaporean.
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All t-shirts are custom printed after we have received your order.
Hence, we do not allow exchanges for t-shirts of other sizes or designs. Kindly check the sizes using the sizing guide or visit our stores to view the actual samples for each size before placing an order. All orders received are final.
Please factor at least 2-4 working days for us to process and print your t-shirt before it is available for shipping / pick-up.
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