“车尾箱” means car boot or trunk, and “集市” means market. Together the phrase means a car boot sales bazaar or tailgate flea market where people sell their unwanted possessions, often from the backs of their cars.
In China, cities are picking up the car boot sales trend as summer arrives and the weather gets becomes more agreeable. The bazaar is also an epitome of the booming night economy in China.
A: : 下周有朋友来深圳看我，你觉得我可以带她去哪里体验一下夜晚的深圳？
A friend is coming to visit me next week. Do you have any suggestion on the places that I can show her the charm of Shenzhen at night?
Xiàzhōu yǒu péngyou lái Shēnzhèn kàn wǒ,nǐ juéde wǒ kěyǐ dài tā qù nǎlǐ tǐyàn yíxià yèwǎn de Shēnzhèn？
Yàobuyào qù Lónggǎng de chēwěixiāng jíshì kànkan? Nàlǐ chábóyuán de chēwěixiāng jíshì xiànzài shì wǎnghóng yèshì ne。
How about the car boot sale market in Longgang District? The night flea market at the Tea Expo Garden is the latest internet sensation.