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China Daily / 2021-02 / 23 / Page002

Outbreak slams the door on impulsive spending

By CHEN YINGQUN | CHINA DAILY | Updated: 2021-02-23 00:00

Liu Fan, 25, who works for a construction company in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, used to spend most of her salary on cosmetics, clothes and entertainment each month.

However, the onset of the pandemic meant she had to curb her desire to shop, and instead start saving.

"The pandemic has made me realize the uncertainty of life. Some friends have lost their jobs or had their salaries cut, so I started to save money in case I needed it," she said.

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