I "smash up" working electronics every few years and buy new again so I don't have surprises down the road.
Right now I have an expensive Denon media/AV amp that is 5+ years old. I just bought a new Denon 4400 AVR and my old one will get "smashed".
PC's and laptops-same deal. Max life I give these is 3 years. Working or not, they all get trashed and I replace them.
I didn't mention this to get into a pissing contest about Americans, French or Chinese.
I simply was curious about the mindset, suggesting it was a "face" thing. I've lived here 15 years now, and frankly I learned a long time ago not to be bothered by much at all (anywhere). I can well deal with the many curiosities that befall Chinese culture. Some people on here should chill out and stop being so defensive. (Probably a symptom of not able handle their own living in China.)
With that said, let me assure you I could give a rats ass what the French think of Americans.
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Crap, evil, liars, unprofessional, expensive, no customer service comes to mind when I think of B&Q.
I have to agree with splitopen. This place is not worth the long drive to get there whatsoever. Crazy expensive and the play is boring. It looks thrown together and poorly built. The employees are rude. They obviously don't like their jobs. For the prices they charge, it is a rip off. I give it a few months before Hello! Haigeng Minigolf Park is just a memory.
Dr Doom, This is not the US so, yes, 40 kuai IS too much! Next time your are there, count how many Chinese customers they have. This business seems to promote an elitist attitude which I do not care for. A foreign owned business setting pricing to exclude locals is not a place I would support.
BTW, it was open in Nov, and it sounds like your are the one who owns this place......pretty lame.
The food is expensive with small portions. Quality is poor and the service is not so good. I think the servers are not happy working there which shows in their attitude. I would not recommend this place at all.