As China’s economy is recovering from the outbreak of COVID-19, street markets have returned through “stall economy”. Cities around China started allowing people to set up roadside booths or food stalls on the streets again. By June 8, 27 cities have seen the return of roadside booths. Their return is expected to help increase people’s incomes and revive (振兴) local economies hit by the novel coronavirus, according to China Daily. Unlike before, the food stalls and booths can only be opened in designated (指定的) areas like parks, public squares and empty spaces as long as they don’t interrupt traffic and local life. Meanwhile, the vendors are responsible for the sanitation (卫生) around their stalls.