The Hangzhou Asian Games is in full swing in east China's Zhejiang Province. Foreign athletes and staff who came to Hangzhou to attend the Asian Games also went on a shopping spree.
Three referees from Iran went to the Qianjiang Small Commodity Market in Hangzhou on Monday.
They told reporters that they came here to choose gifts for their families.
Foreign referees bargained with shop owners always at a half discount. Many Chinese netizens wondered when these foreigners master bargaining skills. Did they learn to haggle before coming here?
In this regard, the Iranian referee revealed his bargaining secrets. The referee said he did not believe the seller's first quotation because the prices were not fixed. He said that if he asked the seller for more discounts, the seller might give him a considerable discount.
To serve foreign athletes well, the person in charge of the small commodity market told reporters that the shopping mall has also developed a detailed plan in advance. Not only are there many volunteers to do translation, but also a service point to change money.