Welcome to this issue of "China on the Mattress"... oh, I made up this show. However, the fact that Chinese people like to sleep in IKEA is not made up, and it has long been well-known at home and abroad, and has become an "unsolved mystery in the world". Every time the temperature rises, the figures of IKEA "sleeping people" will appear in newspapers and news clients. In August 2009, the "Los Angeles Times" published an article "Beijing loves Ikea, but not for shopping" ("Beijing people love IKEA, but not for shopping"), began to pay attention to this "Chinese characteristics". In 2013, the BBC simply called IKEA the theme park of the Chinese people in the report... Every time it will trigger a war of words about the quality of the people.
Many children are as confused phone number list as crooked nuts-why do they have to go to sleep in public places where there is no bed or can't pay the electricity bill? ? For this situation, I think we should adhere to the motto of a predecessor - without investigation, there is no right to speak, and go to IKEA to experience 360 degrees of all-round experience, how the "Sleeping Army" was born. In addition to IKEA, there are also... In order to find out how the urban supernatural event such as the "long person in bed" happened, I gave up the air conditioner WiFi ice watermelon and went to IKEA , which I can't visit twice a year, and felt it for myself. After entering the gate, there are generally things waiting to be picked up or eliminated from the display, and the environment is relatively cluttered.
But as the pace entered the area of tables and chairs, sundries, and model rooms, the style of painting changed abruptly. Some people are comfortably playing with their mobile phones on the dining table or sofa, and some people directly occupy the bedding to sleep, even without taking off their shoes. In the bedroom furniture exhibition hall on the third floor, the picture is even more "happy family", adults are sleeping on the bed, and children are "jumping" on the mattress next to them. In the face of this situation, we dare not speak, we dare not try, there is no fluctuation in our hearts, and I still want to sleep (crossed out). In fact, after walking through the three-story exhibition area one after another, the fat man who doesn't exercise often, such as me, is also very tired, but as a person who has received nine years of compulsory education, the "Primary Student Handbook" does not allow me to fall down on the public bed, and the sofa is everywhere.