We saw this new film Crazy deep Asians yesterday evening. It was enjoyable, escapist entertainment. Nevertheless, the scenes within the shopping centers had me wonder, is it the way the Crazy deep Asians store?
Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mainland Asia are very well recognized for luxurious high-end malls filled with designer stores – which seem not to have anybody in them. Walk past these stores. You will observe young, impeccably dressed, saleswomen milling round the shop, straightening some product on display, or simply just searching through the window that is front. Where would be the clients?
We have heard many and varied reasons for this occurrence. Some state that the malls by by themselves discount the rents towards the title brands to really make the shopping center more luxurious and appealing to stores that are potential. Others state that the shops are advertising tasks to advertise the store’s manufacturers to Chinese luxury customers. A 3rd concept is that the actual shopping happens by visit in a personal space behind the shop or in the client’s hotel space. (the film illustrated the theory that is third a scene where Astrid had been searching for precious jewelry. )