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Hong Kong. But the Ladies' Nightmarket was not a very good experience for me and my family. When me and my family were out in the busy nightmarket, we ended up on one of the wallet shops. As we heard it was one $50 and that there was not enough to afford it. But the owner suddenly took my mother's hand and brought her back into the store. She kept asking her to buy this in a higher tone, in which I felt quite dangerous and tried to bring my mother out of the place. But the owner witnessed my doing at the moment and shouted at me in Chinese. My mother reacted not in a good way and asked me to get back in, apologize and buy the wallet, passing me the bill. So when I went back in, took the wallet and approached to the woman, she seemed not respondent- just looking down at her phone. Soon she looked up and put the wallet back in the place, 'this not for you.' It seemed she was angry due to that I took my mother out of the situation where she could've almost sold in more discount.
The owner walked up to my mother and pointed to the floor, as it slightly seemed to be asking me to bow down on her. I tried my best not to rage on the chinese woman. My dad came and started a complaint between each other. He asked 'are you selling or not?' a couple times, she ended up shouting 'no' and throwing a few chinese lyrics. Then we left silently and went back to the hotel in a bad atmosphere.
So whenever you're in a night market, at sometime, no offence, but try to ignore the (foolish) owners on this kind of deal. Yes, what a market for ladies. I wish I could be a fool for once to forget all the bad happened today.