(ECNS) -- A self-service clothing store gains popularity in Central China's Wuhan City, bringing thousands of dollars in monthly profits.
The store covers about thirty square meters and has seven rows of clothes, which are displayed in an orderly manner according to categories, such as dresses, coats, trousers and more.
Special reminders hang on the wall, such as "turn on/ off the lights" and "bags available". Customers can scan the QR code for checkout.
Wang Xuqing, a graduate student majoring in business administration, opened this self-help clothing store in early 2022.
The shop owner only spends about one hour replenishing, ironing, and disinfecting every day, saving time and labor costs greatly.
Self-service retailing is sweeping China. There are currently over 270 self-service stores in Wuhan City, including 24-hour studies, shared teahouses, dance studios, billiard halls and more, according to Meituan.com, a tech-driven retail company in China.