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  1. #12792

    No

    Quote Originally Posted by BlahblahLife  [View Original Post]
    That's a real good point. I know for sure I'm not going to get stuck there, but is something as simple as bringing an escort to your hotel grounds to get denied entry? Seems a little extreme.
    I have taken several escorts back to my hotel, or had them show up at my hotel over the years, and have never had a problem getting a new visa.

  2. #12791

    Thank You.

    Quote Originally Posted by AggieDad1  [View Original Post]
    I agree with MW. You will be OK. Besides if you were on some "list" the Chinese government would not allow you to get a visa for entry. Why go through the hassle of arresting and deporting you when they can just block your entry.
    That's a real good point. I know for sure I'm not going to get stuck there, but is something as simple as bringing an escort to your hotel grounds to get denied entry? Seems a little extreme.

  3. #12790
    Quote Originally Posted by Midwestern  [View Original Post]
    This is also a very good point.

    BTW, at blahblahlife, I am not sure if you met her at one of those short time hotels, but one thing that has changed in the past few years is that foreigners are no longer allowed entry into those hotels. I have been turned away at several now, this is regardless of how I tried to book them (either online or in person). If you are caught inside one of those hotels, then now you may get reported just for that. The fact that you are East Asian helps you a lot, and so do not talk and give away that you are a foreigner. A couple of years ago, I snuck into one of those hotels, and then while I was in the room, the front desk called. The front desk person said that she saw me sneak into the room, and she asked for a bribe to keep this information to herself. I of course ran out of the room and ran out of the hotel.
    That sounds. Absolutely wild.

    Also thanks everyone for your input. I agree, I may just get denied a visa if I apply for one, and honestly, I think even if they did know they really wouldn't care. Just being paranoid is all.

    And you speak of short time hotels, I was at an actual hotel, I just checked in and out after a couple hours. Which is why I thought I may have caused some suspicions.

  4. #12789
    Quote Originally Posted by AggieDad1  [View Original Post]
    I agree with MW. You will be OK. Besides if you were on some "list" the Chinese government would not allow you to get a visa for entry. Why go through the hassle of arresting and deporting you when they can just block your entry.
    This is also a very good point.

    BTW, at blahblahlife, I am not sure if you met her at one of those short time hotels, but one thing that has changed in the past few years is that foreigners are no longer allowed entry into those hotels. I have been turned away at several now, this is regardless of how I tried to book them (either online or in person). If you are caught inside one of those hotels, then now you may get reported just for that. The fact that you are East Asian helps you a lot, and so do not talk and give away that you are a foreigner. A couple of years ago, I snuck into one of those hotels, and then while I was in the room, the front desk called. The front desk person said that she saw me sneak into the room, and she asked for a bribe to keep this information to herself. I of course ran out of the room and ran out of the hotel.

  5. #12788

    You will be OK.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlahblahLife  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    Please let me know your thoughts guys. Thank you.
    I agree with MW. You will be OK. Besides if you were on some "list" the Chinese government would not allow you to get a visa for entry. Why go through the hassle of arresting and deporting you when they can just block your entry.

  6. #12787
    I doubt anyone on here will be able to give you a definitive answer to your question. But if the cops did not arrest you back then, then I would think that you have nothing to worry about with regards to returning to Beijing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blahblahlife  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    Back in 2019, I was on my own in Beijing and I got the urge, so I went on a few sites and looked around (may or may not have been on VPN, I can't remember), found contact info of a pretty good looking girl and contacted her. After working out the details over wechat, I went out and booked a hotel (place I was staying was with other friends so I obviously couldn't go back there). Hotel staff asked for my info and copied my passport (I'm East Asian but I'm from a western country). Hung out and took a shower while I was in my room, when my date was near the hotel, I went out to meet her and brought her back to the room.

    She was stopped by the staff who asked her to register with her ID card. She mentioned it wasn't ideal, but it wasn't a big deal. Anyways after we enjoyed our massage and play session, we just simply left. I returned my key card and told the staff I'the checked out and we walked out together and went separate ways.

    I'm headed back there sometime next year, so it will be about 4 years since my last visit. After all the news about some high profile crackdowns. , and remembering these details, I've gotten a tiny bit paranoid. I know 99% I'm okay but I just wanted to ask others for peace of mind.

    The staff has all our information, and they probably know what was going down after seeing both of us leave after a very short time. Would the hotel staff have tipped off the cops about something like this? Also this happened 3-4 days before my return flight, and obviously nothing happened in those 3 days. I think more or less no one cares and that I'm probably safe to return to Beijing without being stopped for an incident 4 years ago?

    Please let me know your thoughts guys. Thank you.

  7. #12786

    Question about Hotel staff in Beijing.

    Hey guys,

    Back in 2019, I was on my own in Beijing and I got the urge, so I went on a few sites and looked around (may or may not have been on VPN, I can't remember), found contact info of a pretty good looking girl and contacted her. After working out the details over wechat, I went out and booked a hotel (place I was staying was with other friends so I obviously couldn't go back there). Hotel staff asked for my info and copied my passport (I'm East Asian but I'm from a western country). Hung out and took a shower while I was in my room, when my date was near the hotel, I went out to meet her and brought her back to the room.

    She was stopped by the staff who asked her to register with her ID card. She mentioned it wasn't ideal, but it wasn't a big deal. Anyways after we enjoyed our massage and play session, we just simply left. I returned my key card and told the staff I'the checked out and we walked out together and went separate ways.

    I'm headed back there sometime next year, so it will be about 4 years since my last visit. After all the news about some high profile crackdowns. , and remembering these details, I've gotten a tiny bit paranoid. I know 99% I'm okay but I just wanted to ask others for peace of mind.

    The staff has all our information, and they probably know what was going down after seeing both of us leave after a very short time. Would the hotel staff have tipped off the cops about something like this? Also this happened 3-4 days before my return flight, and obviously nothing happened in those 3 days. I think more or less no one cares and that I'm probably safe to return to Beijing without being stopped for an incident 4 years ago?

    Please let me know your thoughts guys. Thank you.

  8. #12785
    Quote Originally Posted by AggieDad1  [View Original Post]
    Chocolate closed pre-covid. Another famous pick up bar "Maggies" is now gone too. I used to travel a lot in China pre-covid and still have friends there. From what I hear from friends still in China the scene for expats is grim.
    Many thanks AggieDad. Yes I agree that China is not looking good for expats anymore.

    I think it will take years to come for any Central Asian and Russians girls to come back. Even the local scene seems pretty limited for expats.

    What a pity!

  9. #12784
    Quote Originally Posted by Penny  [View Original Post]
    Hi Guys,

    I wonder any one of you have been to this club and got any Russian or eastern European girls. Not sure whether this place is still functional.

    I'd love to go there again. Any update will be great, specially after the Covid.

    However, this is a long shot as travel to China is not going to be easy, anytime soon.
    Chocolate closed pre-covid. Another famous pick up bar "Maggies" is now gone too. I used to travel a lot in China pre-covid and still have friends there. From what I hear from friends still in China the scene for expats is grim.

  10. #12783

    Pre COVID Experience. Club Chocolate

    Hi Guys,

    As the forum is dead now due to the COVID restrictions in PRC, I thought of sharing my pre-Covid experience in Beijing few years ago.

    After doing some research in some other forums, I got to know about a Club called Chocolate which is more of a Russian and Eastern European working girls pick up place. It was on Ritan and Road and area is called Yabaoli I think.

    It was a fairly large place with lots of tables and bar chairs and area for dance etc. You could see working girls outside and also inside. I think I went there after 10 am and there wasn't many people. It was mostly foreign guys and also some locals.

    My aim was to get a Russian or similar girl and there were few to choose from. Most mind their business unless you give them the eye. I saw some real cute two dancing away on the floor and just watched them from a distance.

    As I was seated near the bar, 3 girls suddenly appeared from nowhere and sat just few chairs away from me. They were chatting and fooling around and then I approached to have a conversation. They were from Tajikistan and were working together.

    One tall girl were particularly in to me as I found later that she was a Bollywood fan.

    Cutting a long story short, I asked her out to my hotel and she happily jumped on the opportunity. She was tall and slender with a great body. I have never had any Central Asian girl experience. She was great and was pleased to get the business for the day as she told that it was not good times for the girls.

    She stayed couple of hours and we had good time.

    I wonder any one of you have been to this club and got any Russian or eastern European girls. Not sure whether this place is still functional.

    I'd love to go there again. Any update will be great, specially after the Covid.

    However, this is a long shot as travel to China is not going to be easy, anytime soon.

  11. #12782
    Quote Originally Posted by Rosario27  [View Original Post]
    Unfortunate. Would have liked to meet that girl on my next business trip to Beijing. I guess incall massage it is!
    Sorry about that mate!

  12. #12781

    Oah

    Anybody seen or heard from that degenerate OAH?

    Like is he still strutting this earth annoying the pharck out of those poor innocent little chicky babe angels?

    If anybody in contact please ask him to msg me?

  13. #12780

    New incall massage near Shinkong Palace

    Hey guys,

    First time posting here.

    Just found a new incall massage place, located in XianDaiCheng SOHO, across from ShinKong Palace. Found the place through an old contact, who is going into the business by herself.

    The place is basically the standard setup: converted residential apartment, a few (3) bedrooms, shower, towel, massage and action. When I went, there were 4 providers available, and more "on call" if needed.

    The girls were pretty decent. A step up from the normal incall places. The apartment was clean and discrete.

    The one I ended up picking (Lili) looked around early 30's, very decent rack and good face. Unfortunately, no pictures. Felt weird asking on my first time. But maybe next time!

    Great body-to-body oil massage and excellent BBBJ, before getting to the deed.

    A bit more expensive (1600) than some other incall places, but more and better overall service.

    In adherence to Forum rules, I'll post the WeChat contact in the Classified section.

    Happy hunting.

  14. #12779

    Who are China's 'Chaoyang public', exposing celebrities for drug use.

    https://www.scmp.com/news/people-cul...ang-public-who

    Who are China's 'Chaoyang public', exposing celebrities for drug use, patronising prostitutes and other crimes?

    The key paragraph in this story is "In the notice, the police wrote that they received 'a tip-off from the public that some people were resorting to prostitution in a Chaoyang residential compound' and had investigated, leading to Li's detention. ".

    If you're sneaking off to your favorite residential knocking shop, realize the risk now is significant. Nothing's going on now anyway, but expect that in Beijing, the mix of Covid, the upcoming Olympics, and this kind of thing is really going to put the squeeze on the hobby.

  15. #12778
    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    That's interesting, I used to be able to PM (received a ton over the years) but now it's gone. I never noticed it did LOL.
    Unfortunate. Would have liked to meet that girl on my next business trip to Beijing. I guess incall massage it is!

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