I don’t know when people began to believe in nothing, and the credit crisis spread to all corners of social life. Go to the farmer’s market to buy vegetables, suspect that the meat has been injected with water, vegetables are soaked, fish and shrimps are short. Going to the supermarket to shop, all kinds of goods on the shelves are dazzling, well-packaged, do not know which is the real product, which is fake and inferior, which is the real discount which is deceptive. When I went to a restaurant, I didn’t believe in the quantity and freshness of seafood. I asked the waitress to drop the fish to death on the spot. I also suspected that the fish was on the table. I checked it out in person when I checked out, for fear of losing more money. Eat breakfast at a snack bar, worry about fried dough sticks, gutter oil, steamed bread and water with milk and soymilk.