If there is good, there is bad, and if there is bad, it is good. These things have no clear boundaries and are displayed through comparison. For example, Changsha is the capital of Hunan Province, so it is the best city below Hunan Province. If we compare Changsha with Beijing, then Changsha is not considered a very developed city. But if we compare Beijing with international first tier cities such as New York and Paris, Beijing cannot be considered a particularly developed city. So good and bad, developed and underdeveloped, are all contrasted. No matter how bright the neon lights are at night in a city, there are also dark spots. The United States is currently the most economically developed country in the world, and the cities below it are also developing well, such as New York, Chicago, and so on.
But in these developed cities in the United States, there are still many poor people and many down and out people. These down-to-earth people live in the city’s sewers, living a life of mice, ants, cockroaches, and other animals, so they are mocked as the “rat race”.
Recently, some tourists visited the United States and discovered the secrets hidden behind it. That is, in a very developed city below the United States, there are actually thousands of “rat tribes” living in the city’s underground sewer. The people living in these sewers can only rely on three dollars a day to survive, and most of the time they are hungry.
This city is Las Vegas, the largest city in the United States, It is also the “gambling city” in the United States. Here, it can be said that one is obsessed with money and money. Rich people will go here to gamble, and they can also get married and divorce at will. However, in such a developed place, there are still very poor people. These poor people live in the underground sewer of the city of Las Vegas, and most people can only rely on their meager income to make a living by spending three dollars to barely feed themselves. Although these “rat tribe” Organize the underground sewer very clean, where you can read and study. However, a real problem that should not be considered is that if it suddenly rains rainstorm in the city one day, and all the rainwater in the city flows into the water, will there still be a place for the “rat tribe” to live? Where should these hundreds or thousands of ‘rat clans’ go? How long can these ‘rat clans’ live in the sewer where they can’t see the sun when they look up?