We don’t know if during the time of the real estate bubble, some agency managed to sell some apartment in the coast via text message.
What we do know is that some real estate agents are able to sell houses from the United States to Chinese people who want to secure their money by investing in American real estate.
That’s the heart of this idiom, which literally says “man happy, woman love” and means “a couple enjoying themselves sexually.” Let’s just hope that enjoyment is yours — and not your neighbor’s (see example).
😉 巫山云雨 (wūshān yúnyǔ) Arguably one of the most classic Chinese idioms to describe sex — with a pretty cool story behind it.
Supposedly, there once was a King Chuhuai who traveled to a spot on the Yangtze River with scenery named “Rainclouds over Wushan.” He fell asleep and dreamt of a fairy woman who said she was from Wushan.
Then she “offered him her pillow and mat,” which King Chuhuai realized meant a lot more than just sharing bedding.
We are talking about houses and small mansions that may sell for millions of dollars.
Now why would anybody in their right mind buy a house via a conversation on a messaging app?
“This is Uniqlo in Beijing,” she writes: “Everybody is talking about this right now!Therefore, how some people can still become well-known in this country with such an atypical culture ?In China, the power and the influence of social network is getting inevitable.We Chat isn’t only a social network of messaging app; it is also a marketplace (“application for applications”) and a payment method.It fills the role of Facebook, Whats App, Skype, Pay Pal, Slack or even My Taxi or Uber all at once.