The term 'rat tribe' initially originated from online slang and generally refers to low-income groups living in basements in large cities. A considerable portion of the large “North Drifting” group live in such an environment, of course, this phenomenon is not only found in China, but also in developed countries like the United States, where there is such a suffocating group of rodents.
Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada, United States, and also a city with a high international reputation. Because it is located on the edge of the desert in Nevada, Las Vegas has high temperatures throughout the year. The number of tourists coming here every year is as high as 38.9 million, making it a very popular city.
However, many people are unaware that there is an unknown side hidden behind this bustling city. Las Vegas hides many sewers, and there are also many homeless people and drug addicts living in these sewers. They have no place to go, so they can only consider these sewers as their own habitat. They live in these sewers like mice. Americans refer to this group as the “rat tribe”, which are mostly homeless or drug addicts with little money. They can only hide in these dark corners and watch as they accumulate more and more wealth in their place of residence. Living in these seemingly dirty sewers of outsiders may be a bit dark and humid, but due to no cost and absolute freedom without management, perhaps for this group of people, this is paradise. It's dark and damp, far from the sunlight, and the bustling noise on the ground seems like something from another world. The deeper you go, the more you are left with a bone deep darkness and silence. Only the ticking water will accompany your clear and hesitant footsteps.