We got in the mall area and there were countless suit makers that offered to put any brand name on any suit you wanted. The suits looked nice and they had tailors on site that made the suits for you, but I don't wear suits so I didn't get one. We wound our way through the booths until we met a nice Chinese woman who spoke English and excitedly said hi to our guide, "the coach." She asked us what we were looking for and took us quickly to the right place. When we got into the correct shop they brought out a few watches. When we didn't like the options, they said ok and took us further into the back of the store to a room not unlike the 7 1/2 floor from being John Malkovich, but instead of an elevator, it was behind a curtain and a bunch of boxes. Inside there were designer bags on every inch of the wall of the "showroom." There was a table in the middle of the room and they kept bringing out reusable grocery bags full of knock off watches in little plastic baggies. If there was a brand you wanted, they would go to another room and emerge with another bag full of watches.
Once we had chosen our watches, the fun part started. The negotiation doesn't start until the buyer says a price. The first price is always met with a sad or angry face and if they speak English they'll say "Come on, be serious." Even if they speak English, they bring out a big calculator and punch the price in, and then hand it to you as if there's no way that you would pay that and it was just a conversation starter. At one point the woman was physically hitting my roommate, angry at him for the hard line we were taking. A few moments later we had the watches for about 20% of their first quoted price and we still had no idea if we were getting ripped off until we were leaving and we saw the coach getting a free watch. So, I guess our deal wasn't that great, but I like my watch and I didn't pay a ton for it. In fact, I'd rather have my fake and the couple thousand dollars that it saved me than the real one.
 Gan Bei means bottoms up, which also means drink "at least half". Also, they chant "at least half" at you. China Gan Bei we were told, whether it's true or just a joke on the foreigners, means you have to drink the whole thing. This has led to a lot of fun nights and painful mornings.
 My favourite line of the negotiation: "You friend so I'm not lie"
 Roommate ended up having to go back again a few days later to get a new watch after his stopped working. Mine is still going though.