In Hong Kong whenever a real estate developer sets up a showroom for a new residential property, real estate agents from various agencies would hover around to ask every passerby if they would be interested to look at the property. This in itself is a very annoying thing for the passersby. While walking in a mall in Hong Kong I saw something that one would only see in Hong Kong.
As you can see, like I described previously, there is a bunch of real estate agents hovering around a property showroom.
One thing even I haven't seen before are the boundary lines laid across the floor to mark the area where real estate agents must stay behind.
This is just like a sports court where lines mark areas that are out of bounds. Funny... eh?