In Australia, it's estimated there are 40,000 daigou, which __61___(mean) "on behalf of" in Mandarin. The online shopping agents are almost from mainland China, ___62__are young migrants or international students ___63__ (look) for flexible ways to help cover their rent and university fees.
The centre of the trade is in Sydney, a city with a growing Chinese community and frequent direct flights to China, which makes doing business __64___ (quick) and smoother.
Earlier this year, Beijing __65___ (tight) regulations on cross-border online shopping, but there is still money to be made, especially in baby milk formula, known as "white gold". Many families don't care about the price __66___ they do care about the qua lity. However, customers must be convinced the goods they receive are real, and that the supplier is ___67__ (rely). So Daigou have to pack their products again with Australian magazines to help prove their origin. What daigou are doing is build trust between their customers.?
Rika, a girl from the 40,000 daigou, thinks that the income from daigou is reasonable compared to other working __68___ (opportunity) like working in a restaurant and that sort of thing. Besides, she thinks daigou are good ___69__ the local economy and our business. So she __70___ (clear) believes they are a positive force.
61. means 62. who 63. looking 64. quicker 65. tightened
66. but 67. reliable 68. opportunities 69. for 70. clearly