Shanghai Malls Provide Play Stations For Bored Boyfriends, Husbands During Shopping
By M. Grace, July 15, 2017 23:07 PM
Most often when shopping, men tend to get bored easily than women. And a new mall in Shanghai gave its solution to this situation: it has thought of a way to provide play stations to occupy boyfriends and husbands while they wait for their girlfriends or wives finish their shopping.
The Global Harbor shopping mall in Shanghai reportedly installed four cabins which has gadgets and computers where men can install themselves. They can be busy in there while their girlfriends or wives are busy finding stuff in the mall.
The shopping center is located in downtown Shanghai and offers the service for free. Men reportedly like the idea and the reception has been good. However, women tend to react with this differently.
"I think it's a creative way for my husband to take a break from shopping, which men are often not interested in. It's totally fine if he plays games there for half an hour while I'm trying on dresses and I don't need his opinions," the China Daily quoted Li Ting, a 35-year-old stay-at-home mother, as saying.
Meanwhile, primary school teacher Ding Wen said that she does not mind her husband playing games while they are on a date.
"Whether it was a decade ago when we started a love relationship or it's now when we already have a three-year-old son, I always believe we should take the quality time we spend together seriously," the 29-year-old Ms. Ding, said.
Currently, the report did not provide if the service is also available for women are not into shopping.
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