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  1. #1855

    See country + scams

    There are scam everywhere and China been one of the bigger country with highly populated cities, definitely there will be lots of scams.

    Ground rules:

    1) Negotiate the price for services before moving on to the next step. In the country the word "Trust" does not exisit.

    2) Do not part your money before you received your goods (Services).

    3) You get bad services, don't complain or make a big Ho Ha about it. Get her to leave or you leave the place of service, post in this forum to warn your fellow mongers later.

    Enjoy!

    AG.

  2. #1854

    Best SIM card for Shanghai.

    Does anyone know where I can buy a SIM card from China unicom while still outside of China? I have checked out lvycom's offerings on amazon but the price is too high, their best is 75 USD for 6 GB of 4 g data and 50 minutes of talk time. I'd like to have everything prepared and ready to use on arrival for a cheaper price, that's why I'm asking.

    My requirements are.

    1. 8 GB of 4 g data and 100 minutes of talk time.

    2. Compatible with iphone 7 (China unicom).

    3. Cheaper than 75 USD.

    I will be having a short layover in Hong Kong, I do not know if I could obtain any there before my connecting flight to Shanghai but if it's possible please tell me.

  3. #1853
    Since 2014 all that has changed. It began with a crackdown on brothels and saunas in China's sex capital, Dongguan. Many observers assumed that this crackdown would be like many others, and after laying low for a few months, the brothels and saunas would reopen and things would be back to normal. But that never happened. It's been three years since the big crackdown now, and there is no sign that things will ever go back to normal. The crackdown has spread from Dongguan to every city in China large and small. All the old barbershop brothels are closed down permanently. All the old sex saunas are also closed down permanently.

    Sexual services are still available in China today, but they are more expensive and harder to find than before.

    Quote Originally Posted by DehaanKroxxx  [View Original Post]
    I'm totally clueless. How is the issue of escorts in China and how can one find legal places to be able to do it?

  4. #1852
    Quote Originally Posted by DehaanKroxxx  [View Original Post]
    I'm totally clueless. How is the issue of escorts in China and how can one find legal places to be able to do it?
    Engels said, "escort is a supplement to monogamy. "

    It will never die out.

  5. #1851

    Legal?

    I don't think you'll find legal opportunities. And we've all read what's going on in other areas. So agencies worry me at the moment, streetwalking is not my thing. But I do know of a couple great active independents, PM if you'd like details. Good luck out there!

    Quote Originally Posted by DehaanKroxxx  [View Original Post]
    I'm totally clueless. How is the issue of escorts in China and how can one find legal places to be able to do it?

  6. #1850
    I'm totally clueless. How is the issue of escorts in China and how can one find legal places to be able to do it?

  7. #1849
    Hi,

    I spent a couple of years living in China due to work and it was an unforgettable experience. I've always been really attracted to Asians and although it was complicated to find good services I remember I had good experiences at various brothels in the capital. Although it's been a long time since and I don't know what's it like nowadays. What do you think?

  8. #1848

    Thanks for checking

    Hence, this is why checking out alleys can be hard to find. Just going off the forum with no map can be hard to navigate in a country where you can't read chinese.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    Amap (previously known as Gaode / Autonavi) does not appear to support English on Android. I cannot find any Android apps that support English (apart from Google which is out of date and deliberately crippled by the government).

    Ikks.

  9. #1847
    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    I think Gaode Maps and AutoNavi Maps are the same product? I will download on Android and see if English language supported.
    Ikks.
    Amap (previously known as Gaode / Autonavi) does not appear to support English on Android. I cannot find any Android apps that support English (apart from Google which is out of date and deliberately crippled by the government).

    Ikks.

  10. #1846

    Thanks

    Thanks everyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    I think Gaode Maps and AutoNavi Maps are the same product? I will download on Android and see if English language supported.

    Ikks.

  11. #1845
    Quote Originally Posted by JudeBright  [View Original Post]
    Gaode map is the most popular GPS system in China and I have used it on my Iphone in several cities recently including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, hangzhou, Suzhou, Nanjing, etc. You can download offline map to you phone and used it where there no wifi. It only used very little data. Very useful.
    Jb.
    I think Gaode Maps and AutoNavi Maps are the same product? I will download on Android and see if English language supported.

    Ikks.

  12. #1844
    Quote Originally Posted by Ikksman  [View Original Post]
    Baidu has excellent up to date street views, but you correct that it is only in Chinese, but not that hard to learn. I have not tried, but check out AutoNavi (recently acquired by Alibaba). It may have English. Baidu and Alibaba are fighting toe to toe for the China mapping market.

    A few years ago, a friend had an iPhone that had English mapping with street view. I think Apple did a deal with Baidu for China maps and had an English translation. I am not an Apple user and only going from memory.

    Ikks.
    Gaode map is the most popular GPS system in China and I have used it on my Iphone in several cities recently including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, hangzhou, Suzhou, Nanjing, etc. You can download offline map to you phone and used it where there no wifi. It only used very little data. Very useful.

    Jb.

  13. #1843
    Quote Originally Posted by Dinotrex  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have any recommendations to a website that like Google Maps for SZ? With Street Views? I think Baidu has something similar but that's all in Chinese I think. Any suggestions?
    Baidu has excellent up to date street views, but you correct that it is only in Chinese, but not that hard to learn. I have not tried, but check out AutoNavi (recently acquired by Alibaba). It may have English. Baidu and Alibaba are fighting toe to toe for the China mapping market.

    A few years ago, a friend had an iPhone that had English mapping with street view. I think Apple did a deal with Baidu for China maps and had an English translation. I am not an Apple user and only going from memory.

    Ikks.

  14. #1842
    Quote Originally Posted by HorneeFalang  [View Original Post]
    Singapore has theses type of establishments.
    Pray tell, where exactly in Singapore would I find such places? Price no object.

  15. #1841

    Google Maps?

    Does anyone have any recommendations to a website that like Google Maps for SZ? With Street Views? I think Baidu has something similar but that's all in Chinese I think. Any suggestions?

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