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Viewed 266 times 2019-2-1 16:40 |System category:Life

A report released yesterday by a semi-gov Chinese auto watcher said that the sales volume of autos dropped for the first time in 28 years since China began its sale of private autos. The report also introduced some views of experts that stimulation and incentives will be given in 2019 to boost the auto market.
Hearing this from the radio show, I looked out the window of my house and saw in the street down below there was a line of traffic consisting of mainly of various autos that remained stuck for quite a while. And it is the usual sight in rush hour after the daily work is finished.
The next morning I was woke up by a sharp noise, "Whose car is that, blocking my room?" I could easily distinguished the voice, it was that of my neighbor Ms. Huang, who went on her complaint, "See what time is it? I have to go to work, but how can I get my e-bike out when the car blocks my door." The volume was increasing and another voice replied, "Oh, sorry, it is the car of my friend, he is having the breakfast nearby, he'll be here in a minute."
"I don't care who you are, get the darn car out of my door immediately, or if I am late for my work, I'll get you to pay my cut salary!!"
The fiery remark made me worry about my another neighbor Mr. Feng, who has two cars parking in the same courtyard. What big trouble would he be dragged into? It was only a matter of time.

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