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  1. #417

    General question, what are girls & women from Taipei and Taiwan like?

    Obviously there are stereotypes for women from all different countries and you can't assume all women behave a certain way.

    But for example, girls and women in Singapore tend to have a reputation which seems pretty accurate for being a bit 'surface' and not as 'friendly' in the way we guys like compared to women from say Thailand, and you hear that girls and women from some parts of Indonesia are more 'friendly' and less hung-up about sex than others. And then you have some like Pinays who can seem very 'good girl' in public but go wild in private.

    So what are people's general take on girls & women from Taipei and Taiwan, do they tend to be more or less 'repressed' when it comes to sex, both in terms of it casual with it as well as eagerness in bed?

  2. #416

    Tianlong Sauna (Sky Dragon Sauna) 3rd Visit

    Date & Time of Session: Saturday September 12th, 2020. Entered around 11 ish pm.

    Location: No. 73, Section 1, Chongqing North Road, Datong District, Taipei City, 103 (Short walk from Zhongshan Station or Taipei Main).

    Name: #18.

    Nationality & Language: Taiwanese (Chinese).

    Age: Exactly 30.

    Face: 7.5/10.

    Body: 7.5/10 (natural tit be-cup, somewhat of an ass).

    Skill: 7/10.

    Service: 7/10.

    GFE: 6/10.

    PSE: 8/10.

    Price & Session Length: 4,200 NTD for approx 1 HR.

    Repeat: Yes (but wouldn't get a chance before I leave Taipei).

    Hey everyone,

    Adding my 3rd FR for Tianlong Sauna, and my 5th FR overall in Taipei for their saunas.

    Knock on the door and in came #18 wearing a tight blue dress. She has a BANGING BODY, at least compared to what I've seen the last few times. She's actually quite pretty, nice sized tits and a bit of ass as well.

    She helped me disrobe. Laid down and give a decent veggie massage. After 10 minutes, she left to grab her massage kit.

    She started the sensual finger touches a bit too faster but not too bad either. She teased up LB real good while caressing the balls. She nibbled on the ear and kiss the back of neck and upper back lot. Aside from that not much sensual teasing or cat bath action. She asked me to get into doggy while she oiled up LB for a rusty. Her rimming skills is decent but still not as deep as #1 (see my other report).

    On the flipped she did some nice BBBJ followed by wet BBBJ. I fingered her good and asked her for 69 while I tasted her for a bit. So then got on for CW and rode while I sucked her nice soft titties. Went for the mish and pounded her till I finished. Unfortunately no DFK or LFK during the mish though her face is pretty. She did work up and sweat too LOL.

    She noted that my LB was longer than most of her clients and "handled her harder" than most of her sessions. LOL. She seemed to have enjoyed it.

    We had some time so so did some veggie arm massage, while we talked. She's been in the biz for 2 years. Only works Friday and Saturday nights (I assume she works a reg job during the week). And doesn't have a BF or married yet. I told her her future BF / husband would be lucky since she's good at sex. She replied that maybe he'the be too intimidated! LOL I enjoyed bantering with her.

    Session finished and the price was 4200 NTD.

    Overall, the talent at Tianlong so far as by far been the best. Evenings and night time see to have better looking talent too.

  3. #415
    Quote Originally Posted by CenTexCrash  [View Original Post]
    During a layover at Singapore Changi, saw a "Selfie Tree" gimmick I was trying to figure out. Was approached by an employee with the name tag TRAINEE said she's from Taiwan interning at Changi Airport. Helped take some silly pictures in front of the Tree, then used the Selfie Kiosk.

    Took a picture of my selfie floating on a jumbo screen, even though my pic came out good, she insisted she takes a picture with her phone and send it to me. I just let her do her thing. Insisted she needed to practice her English skills. She grabbed my phone and added her phone # on my contacts and sent me pics on WhatsApp.

    Had a few more airport related questions and she walked with me to luggage storage, talked about my Asia and world travels, was really above and beyond.

    Am wondering for Taiwanese girls in work settings giving out their phone # is that strictly business or was it just me that she gave me an open invite? Should I follow up with this and text her?
    Sounds like you're in luck for some freebie. Any follow-up development?

  4. #414
    During a layover at Singapore Changi, saw a "Selfie Tree" gimmick I was trying to figure out. Was approached by an employee with the name tag TRAINEE said she's from Taiwan interning at Changi Airport. Helped take some silly pictures in front of the Tree, then used the Selfie Kiosk.

    Took a picture of my selfie floating on a jumbo screen, even though my pic came out good, she insisted she takes a picture with her phone and send it to me. I just let her do her thing. Insisted she needed to practice her English skills. She grabbed my phone and added her phone # on my contacts and sent me pics on WhatsApp.

    Had a few more airport related questions and she walked with me to luggage storage, talked about my Asia and world travels, was really above and beyond.

    Am wondering for Taiwanese girls in work settings giving out their phone # is that strictly business or was it just me that she gave me an open invite? Should I follow up with this and text her?

  5. #413
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    In Australia lots of Taiwanese girls in massage shops who are super hot and do HJ but not much more.

    Many if not all of these are students studying who need some more cash.

    I know Viet & Camb girls go to KL to earn some cash. Is there a place where Taiwanese girls go and what are the prices like?

    I would assume HK but don't really know.

    The Taiwanese girls in the Aust MP's are super hot.
    This is similar to my thoughts. I see two regular TW girls who are here in Australia to do english language courses. There is a consistent stream of girls here earning good money providing services in massage shops. Then when they are finished on one or two year visa they go back to TW.

    On the ground in Taipai are local girls meeting visitors like NewImage and I?

    PP.

  6. #412

    Warning about Line / Wechat use.

    Guys,

    I read an interesting article in an taiwanese english newspaper. Recently, I have also received lots of invitations on wechat that I would like to share it with you:

    Criminals are running sex advertisements on online gaming and chat sites and other social media targeting young people and ensnared 29 people in the past two weeks, police officials said.

    The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said it has received hundreds of call on its 165 "antifraud" hotline overt the past month regarding such online scams.

    Criminal groups see the summer vacation as a good time to target students and other young people, and are running ads featuring pictures of attractive young women offering dating and sexuel services, CIB officials said.

    Through online conversations, the scammers prompt people to provide their telephone numbers, home addresses, schools, or place of work, and then offer dating and sexual services with young women, they said.

    After agreeing on a price, the victim pays by purchasing credit points, which can be transferred via online transactions on game sites and social media and do not leave a cash payment trail that might attract police attention, the bureau said.

    However, the victims said they never meet with any of the women shown in the ads, and if they persist asking questions, they receive phone calls from someone purporting to be a gangster, who makes threats of violence, the officials said.

    Using the personal information supplied by their victim, the scammers then blackmail their targets by threatening to go to the victim's home, school or place of work to reveal that they paid for dating or sexual services, unless more money is paid.

    CIB said one case involved a 22 YO male university student in Taichung who linked up with a girl nicknamed "Hsin-yen" on an online chat site.

    The student said their conversation led to Hsin-Yen agreeing to go to a date and have sex for 3000 ntd. The pair agreed to meet at a convenience store, and he supplied his personal information.

    However, when the student showed up at the store, he received a phone call from a man surnamed "Chang", who told hime to buy 30 000 ntd of game credit points in order to verify his identity and to ensure he was not a police officer, said the CIB report.

    After that, the student was asked to transfer more money via game credit points, allegedly first to keep Hsin-Yen safe, but later it became blackmail, with threats to reveal the student's activity to his family and school.

    The student ended up paying the scammers a total of 160 000 ntd, CIB officials said.

  7. #411

    Vendome.

    Hi!

    Did any one tried the Vendome or any hotel of that building?

  8. #410

    So where can you find them at reasonable prices?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoloTraveler  [View Original Post]
    Taiwan is hopeless for mongering.
    If you have a short vacation that is over 3 days, take a quick flight to Thailand.
    It takes only 4 hours for a direct flight. Worth it.
    Many Taiwanese mongers do it on a monthly basis, too.
    In Australia lots of Taiwanese girls in massage shops who are super hot and do HJ but not much more.

    Many if not all of these are students studying who need some more cash.

    I know Viet & Camb girls go to KL to earn some cash. Is there a place where Taiwanese girls go and what are the prices like?

    I would assume HK but don't really know.

    The Taiwanese girls in the Aust MP's are super hot.

  9. #409
    Any FS spas within walking distance of yongchun MRT station area? Staying at a airbnb apartment nearby.

  10. #408

    A week in taipei

    Yo gents, I'm heading there in a month (w / the wife) and have no clue as to where to stay. Looking for 4 star in a ethnic upbeat neighborhood and not some high rise financial center. Just a place where the young people hang out and it has a old school taipei feel. The districts are in chinese and it's hard to get a fix on the best locale for my needs. If anyone can help thanks in advance.

  11. #407

    Taipei Info & Wing Man

    I travel from my base in San Francisco to my headquarters in Taipei a few times a year. I have kept busy with massage girls (been to Taizhilian Spa a few times and its OK) but looking to go in deeper. Would be great to meet a local wingman and if you have any tips, throw me bone.

    Matt Z.

  12. #406

    Film exposes London's sex industry underworld

    Posting this here because of the focus on women from Taiwan, not your usual sexports.

    Film exposes London's sex industry underworld.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40363513

    Film exposes London's sex industry underworld.

    By Cindy Sui.

    BBC News, Taipei.

    In 2009, a Chinese woman called Anna killed herself near London's Heathrow Airport. Her friends later learned that she had been working as a prostitute in an illegal massage parlour.

    One of those friends, Jenny Lu, a Taiwanese art school graduate, began a journey to find out about her secret life.

    It resulted in Lu's first feature film, The Receptionist, which premieres in Taiwan on Friday and at the Edinburgh Film Festival in the UK next week.

    Some readers may find aspects of this story upsetting.

    "I met Anna in Chinatown at a dinner gathering. She looked really normal," recalls director Lu.

    "She came from a little village in China. She went to London because she wanted a better life. But she ended up living a double life that no-one knew about.

    "I felt really sad. How come no-one knew about this and no-one was able to help?

    The London dream.

    Through a mutual friend, Lu tracked down women who had worked with Anna at a massage parlour.

    They were immigrants from mainland China, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand. Other parlours employed women from well-off economies including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea or Japan.

    Like some of the women, Anna arrived in the UK on a fake marriage.

    "She was married to a British guy but he didn't have a job. Anna's family had paid a lot of money to arrange this fake marriage for her. She worked really hard to try to pay back the debt and to support her brother in China," Ms Lu explains.

    Other women came here on fake passports. Some were divorced and wanted to start a new life in the UK. Some wanted to earn money to support their children.

    Others, including those from Taiwan, were language students enticed by money.

    After arriving in the UK, many realised it was much harder than they had expected to survive, not to mention achieve their dream, so they resorted to working at the massage parlours, Lu said.

    A brutal awakening.

    The Receptionist is based on the lives of the employees and clients at a massage parlour in London, as seen through the eyes of a Taiwanese graduate employed as a receptionist there.

    It unabashedly portrays the treatment the women endure, including being subjected to abuse and extreme fetishes.

    Gangsters demanded "protection" money from the women, and would beat, rob and CodeWord123 them if they didn't pay up, knowing they wouldn't dare call the police.

    Though the scenes in the film are fictionalised, they are all based on the experiences of Anna and her colleagues.

    "The actors initially didn't believe the script. So I arranged for them to meet the women," she tells.

    The women charged the men around 120 ($152) for sexual intercourse. The parlour owner would keep 50% to 60% of that.

    Digging a hole.

    While some women eventually quit, many stayed even though they were not forced to, and even after they had made some money. Not fluent in English, they worried they would have a hard time finding a well-paid job.

    "They always say they want to leave after a year or a few months. But they get used to making quick money," Ms Lu says.

    "They don't want to choose other jobs where they can't earn as much. They think: 'How can I afford to keep living if I don't do this?

    "It's a dangerous mindset. It's like a hole they dig for themselves. So many people can't get out. ".

    The women rarely went out because they feared the neighbours would find out. They worked day and night. Their curtains were always drawn.

    "What surprised me was that many of the women had never actually seen any London landmarks," said Lu.

    Losing your soul.

    Many were the pride of their family when they went abroad. They were ashamed to go home or tell their family the truth.

    Some try to forget their past and the normal life they used to have.

    "It's like a person with no soul. They don't want to think too much," Lu explains.

    Anna was 35 years old when she killed herself. She had only been in the UK for two years and had been working in the sex industry for about a year.

    "Some of her friends think she got pressured because her family kept asking for money," the director says. "Others thought she couldn't accept the job she was doing, so every day was a struggle. ".

    "And a friend had borrowed money from her to open a restaurant. When she asked for the money back, that friend threatened to tell her family what she did for a living. She was panicky. ".

    "She thought about her family a lot; she hadn't really wanted to go abroad. ".

    'Don't forget your dream'.

    This was very different from Lu's own life. Her family was able to support her studies, enabling her to pursue her goal of becoming a filmmaker.

    "It was a shock for me because previously, I had never had the opportunity to meet people like that," the director says.

    Despite a low budget - 300,000 mostly from two Taiwanese government subsidies and a little raised from Kickstarter. Lu's film has been selected for screening in the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and has been nominated by the Milan International Film Awards and Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards.

    "I'm delighted people feel something after watching the film," Lu says.

    "The message I want to send is even if you've walked far and chased your dream for so long, turn back and look at where you came from, what your initial dream was. Many people forget. ".

    Lu plans to show the women the film when she returns to the UK, so they will see that she has told Anna's story.

  13. #405
    Quote Originally Posted by SoloTraveler  [View Original Post]
    Taiwan is hopeless for mongering.

    If you have a short vacation that is over 3 days, take a quick flight to Thailand.

    It takes only 4 hours for a direct flight. Worth it.

    Many Taiwanese mongers do it on a monthly basis, too.
    Philippines even closer and airfare cheaper. Non-stop flights to Manila and to Cebu.

    Used to fly from Taipei to Manila for enjoyable long weekends.

    YMMV.

    OM.

  14. #404

    Hopeless

    Taiwan is hopeless for mongering.

    If you have a short vacation that is over 3 days, take a quick flight to Thailand.

    It takes only 4 hours for a direct flight. Worth it.

    Many Taiwanese mongers do it on a monthly basis, too.

  15. #403

    Taiwan next Week

    Hello,

    I will be Visiting Keelung and Kaoshung for the first time next Week! I would be grateful of any advice on how & where to make pick up's.

    Thanks.

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