A: Miss, can you tell me how much does that pants cost?
B: this? She wants to sell it for seventy five, she says seventy five.
A: Then how much do you want it for?
A: you want forty, so you will buy if it is forty?
B: yeah, anymore and I won’t buy.
A: what brand is this?
B: It's GAP.
A: this brand, what do you feel like is the difference between buying it here or buying it in a store?
B: This , It is possible its fake, but it’s a really good quality fake. The style is really good. If I buy it in a regular store, it will be a lot more expensive than this.
A: Then usually, what do you think is the difference between the clothing here and the one produced in China.
B: I buy them, how should I say, they are more trendy, more trendy than in stores.
A: then what is some good brands in China?
B: good ones, like this? Lining, I don’t even think they have styles like this.
A: Lining, what else is good?
B: there isn’t anymore, I think. The style here is still better.
A: then how can China’s brand compete with foreign brand names?
B: To be able to get a place in the market, I think that China’s brand names are not focused on popular taste, they are too professional. For example sweatpants, they are too long, and usually it doesn’t look good on male or female, there isn’t any fashion, there isn’t any special professional things.