(ECNS) -- An unattended grocery store, along with merchants wearing Hanfu, a traditional Chinese style of clothing, has attracted many customers in Meixin Wine Town, a scenic spot in Chongqing's Fuling District on Saturday.
After nightfall, many young people wearing Hanfu sell distinctive items from the trunks of their cars, promoting the night economy.
An unattended grocery store at the entrance of the market has aroused resident interest, selling eggs, noodles, mahua (fried dough twists), wine and other goods, paid for by inserting coins or scanning codes.
The person in charge of the town said this form of night market is not only popular among tourists, but also supported by many merchants. This "upgraded version" trunk bazaar explores a new mode of rural tourism consumption and stimulates the vitality of night consumption.