The recent change of attitude from the central authority has brought a lot of attention, both online and offline. On Weibo, many have joined the heated discussion, jokingly speculating given what they have studied and what their jobs are, what street-based business they can get into. In reality, the regulations were carried out with caution. One significant difference is that restaurants and coffee shops are putting their seats back on the pavement again, whereas in the past, such behaviour was never tolerated by cheng guan. Organized night markets hosted by big shopping venues have been popping up overnight, selling jewellery, hand crafts, flowers and fancy food. To do business at such a night market, one has to sign up with the venue, pay the venue fee and follow the formulated set up at the set time and place. Even with the restrictions, small business owners have shown great enthusiasm, crowding up each and every one of the 51 night markets around Shanghai.