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  1. #12450
    Quote Originally Posted by Live469  [View Original Post]
    Things are in a bad way in Wanchai. While I saw no violence this time, streets are much less crowded, businesses are suffering for lack of traffic, cabs and buses are few and far between, and after 10 pm you are pretty much out of luck if you can't walk to your ultimate destination. A few days ago some mamasans couldn't make it in to work and didn't even open their bar. Last night on my regular way out in search of, the Pacific Place Mall completely closed before 6:30 pm, so I had to trek down the hill outside, knowing that if I snagged a gal from the bars we would have to walk back up the same way and pass through the main lobby to get to the elevators. Not ideal, but I did it. Passed by Firehouse

    Live 4 69.
    If he really stay there, OK. Safe to leave car. Take long time to get car out. Friend leave car. When back, cannot go in. Empty street. Empty everywhere. But mtr and mall locked. Writing on door say go court steps. Hah hah. Far away.

    So very late go home. No dinner. He call me. Say he tell wife he and me decide to walk talk and not hear mall say closing. I ask how many bottle champain for this time?

  2. #12449
    Sunday. I no go Wanchai. Too many people. Maybe 30,000 walk causeway bay, wanchai, admiraty, and central.

    I go other. If you visit, carry passport. Sunday. Visitor friend hotel bad place. Police stop and search. Lucky he just come. Passport and hotel card have.

  3. #12448
    Wednesday. Wanchai no too empty. But Victoria and Taboo not bad. Taboo and amazon have band. 4 people in amazon.

    Meet work friend. Drink and look Wanchai after lan kwai fung. He import pussy. She come Thursday. She leave Sunday.

    Mtr almost all open. Close later after 12 a. Mtr exit / entrance not all open. University station closed. But good. More hongkongers can go home late.

  4. #12447
    I couldn't agree more!

  5. #12446
    I will ask again. Many of Bearfoot's post have little relationship to punting, so are not helpful for punters seeking information.

  6. #12445
    Quote Originally Posted by BearFoot  [View Original Post]
    This report was edited or deleted because the writing was so bad that
    Ahhh I read infraction for bad English. OK try more.

  7. #12444
    Protest today again. This rthk news. You check internet. Betterfor dh go wanchai. LOL.

    Protest held over deportation of Indonesian helper.

    2019-12-02 HKT 17:59.

    More than two dozen people staged a protest outside Immigration Tower on Monday over the detention and deportation of an Indonesian helper who had been active at protest sites.

    Yuli Riswati who won an award last year for her writing used to report on the ongoing anti-government agitation for a Hong Kong-based Indonesian newspaper, also writing about the unrest on social media.

    But she was detained in September after her helper visa was found to have expired, and she was deported on Monday.

    The demonstrators outside Immigration Tower said Yuli had a valid two-year employment contract but forgot to extend her visa after renewing her passport.

    The protesters accused the Immigration Department of political persecution.

    Lau Ka-mei, an organising secretary for the Confederation of Trade Unions, said in cases similar to Yuli's, the department usually takes a more conciliatory approach and grants visas.

    "We have received these kind of cases, enquiries from the workers. Usually they can get the visa extension quickly, maybe on the same day," she said.

    That is why Yuli's case was different and immigration officials took the unusual step of going to her residence and arresting her, said Lau.

    She told RTHK's Joanne Wong that these actions have scared other migrant workers, who know think their views could get them deported.

    The Immigration Department said it could not comment on individual cases. It added that if anyone is found violating their visa conditions, the department will take action, including possible arrest and deportation.

  8. #12443
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    EDITOR's NOTE: This report was edited or deleted because the writing was so bad that the report was nearly impossible to comprehend.

  9. #12442
    Something no right. No new protest. Only poly university. Police not let protesters out. Want arrest. Like starving castle protector. But Poly you head China man.

    Maybe big loss election for progovernment. No change. Some winner protester support to Poly you.

    Almost normal hk. From sat no new protest. Alibaba stock HK go up 6% not 40. No protest central. Maybe wait for something?

  10. #12441
    Wanxhai. Many many pussy hard hit. LOL. Quiet other time.

    This funny. From english rthk. I cut.

    "Tensions remain as vote count begins.

    2019-11-25 HKT 00:12.

    Votes were being counted late on Sunday night after a historic day in the polls, in which 2. 94 million voters representing 71.2 percent of the electorate both record highs cast ballots in the District Council elections.

    Fears of possible disturbances or even violence proved to be unfounded, with people choosing not to express themselves through songs, slogans, insults, bricks or petrol bombs, but by their vote.

    Voting generally proceeded smoothly, though there were long queues of people waiting patiently throughout the day, and riot police were deployed to all 600-odd polling stations across the territory.

    However, there remained some signs of the tensions that have wracked Hong Kong throughout the five-and-a-half months of almost non-stop protest.

    At the polling centre for Kennedy Town and Mount Davis, dozens of people demanded to know why election officers accompanied by riot police brought two sealed boxes there after voting closed at 10.30 pm.

    "We want a fair election!" some called out.

    An election officer in charge explained that the boxes contained just one ballot each both from handicapped voters who weren't able to cast their ballots there due to accessibility issues, and used a more wheelchair-friendly centre instead.

    The Registration and Electoral Office (REO) had accepted applications from people who use wheelchairs up to November 19 to vote at a different station than that which they were allocated due to accessibility problems.

    The office had also arranged for rehab buses upon request.

    However, the crowd did not accept this explanation, and more police reinforcements soon arrived.

    Last updated: 2019-11-25 HKT 00:44".

  11. #12440
    Sat. No protest. Maybe Sun too. From rthk. You check.

    Long queues as district elections get under way.

    2019-11-23 HKT 21:08.

    Early signs suggest there will be a huge turn out for today's district council elections. Seen by many as a referendum on the ongoing political agitation that has gripped the city for the past six months. By 8.30 am long queues had already formed at several poll stations.

    Attacks against a few candidates in the run-up has seen the government ordering fully armed riot police to be stationed at polling booths across all the 18 districts.

    Balloting to choose the 452 councillors across the city began at 7.30 am. More than 400,000 new voters will be eligible this time around.

    Another major shift this time is that contests are happening in all seats four years ago, 68 seats went uncontested.

    The pan-democrats are hoping to deliver an unequivocal message to the Carrie Lam administration and Beijing by delivering heavy blows to the parties aligned with the authorities.

    But opposition parties have also come under fire over their support for the ongoing agitation which has seen increased violence involving Molotov cocktails and damaging of MTR stations that continue to affect people's commute.

    Given this backdrop, the usually ignored district council polls have taken on much greater importance.

    A number of people RTHK spoke to in Lok Fu said they are going to cast their ballots on Sunday's elections because they felt it is their civil duty.

    A woman in her 50's, surnamed Law said: "I am not happy with the current political climate. We must come out this year to reflect our views on whether we are happy with the performance of the current district councillors."

    While she said she was okay with riot police stationing at polling station, her husband thought otherwise.

    "I would prefer they stay outside so that they won't affect the voters," he said. "In the past, there's only an ordinary officer. There's no need to deploy riot police. I will feel disgusted if I see their presence."

    Another voter nearby, surnamed IP, however, said she's not too bothered with the arrangement because she said she's just going to vote. She also said she's not too worried if there will be violent incidents tomorrow.

    On the Hong Kong island, a voter in her 40's surnamed Lam said she sees this election as a "referendum", and says her decision will be based more on the candidates' political stance rather than community-level proposals.

    Lam, who belongs to the Tai Koo district, said she doesn't feel the police presence will sway voter turnout, but she said the atmosphere inside the polling stations could be unpleasant for some.

    "There is tension between people and police," she said. "You can see in Central district when they have walking out for lunchtime protest, there is always some fight between them."

    But Fung, a voter in Nam Fung near Tai Koo Shing, said a candidate's ability in handling local issues remained important to him. He said he will look at who had come out to stop the disturbances that anti-government protesters created in Taikoo area.

    "If you are doing anything good for the local people, of course I am going to vote for you," he said.

    Chan, a 28-year-old voter from the Central and Western District, said he hopes the polls can bring changes to next year's Legislative Council elections. He also expects the District Council poll results to bring Hongkongers some breathing space from the intense protests that have been going on.

    Last updated: 2019-11-24 HKT 8:35".

    Maybe riotpolice help count.

    One Dh friend stay ouf sat night. I meet. She go meet other 11 lunch. Mtr close 11 pm news say. Think no probkem. Meet another friend 2. Then I go wanchai Tired. More coffee.

  12. #12439
    Quote Originally Posted by Live469  [View Original Post]
    It kills me that for the same price of one LD in a Wanchai bar, in Phnom Penh I can buy drinks for all the ladies and take one out for the evening.
    So? Wanchai in HK, very expensive town.

    Wanchai quiet. HK not quiet close university. Mtr no stop mtr door closed to university.

    Morning many mtr not run by protest. Many close earky Wednesday. Mtr internet and app not say. News say fastee.

    Poly you police capture. Over1000 will no future. Police jail 10 year or criminal. Like story 2 town. Trol ork surround.

    Sunday quiet or trouble no know. Sunday town elect at univeraty. Already change not universitt. Maybe secret place. Governme not tell. So poor and old hard to find place. I find girl. Hotel very cgeap. Go wanchai if no tear gas.

  13. #12438

    Wanchai

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackthelad2  [View Original Post]
    Great report and feedback. Not knocking you in any way. As I said each to his own! But $395 for LD's! I'm in KL at the moment and there is no comparison here. Everything is so much cheaper. Just been to a street lined with bars / restaurants / and heaving in the Bukit Bingtang area.

    Back to HK at the weekend and no doubt will be in the usual bars in Wanchai. Must admit I have never been unlucky with hygiene, pulling drugs etc for the 20 years I have been coming here. You just need to use a bit of common sense.
    It kills me that for the same price of one LD in a Wanchai bar, in Phnom Penh I can buy drinks for all the ladies and take one out for the evening.

  14. #12437

    Wanchai

    Quote Originally Posted by Live469  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, $4700 was over the top compared to pulling someone from Taboo or Escape, but that's what you expect when you part the curtains and step inside. I bought 3 LD tequilas at $395 each (ouch!) and my Jack Daniels was $150, so overnight for the girl was $3365. That is a lot.

    But on the positive side, I had 3 gorgeous ladies of my choosing all over me, kissing and caressing under all our clothes as much as I wanted in a private, curtained off booth while I leisurely nursed my drink. Plenty of time to find out who is the best and most receptive kisser; who has what type of breasts; and what shape, size, and condition is their Kitty; so in addition to having fun from the time I sat down, I knew exact districttly what I was going to have when I got back to my hotel. Couple that with the fact that the general quality of the girls is top-level, I get a preview of almost every inch of their bodies, they have regular medical check-ups and usually superior hygiene, I don't have to worry about them pulling drugs out of their bra once in my hotel room, and I get unlimited pops for the duration of my time with her, and I believe the price is well worth it given my budget.

    Live 4 69.
    Great report and feedback. Not knocking you in any way. As I said each to his own! But $395 for LD's! I'm in KL at the moment and there is no comparison here. Everything is so much cheaper. Just been to a street lined with bars / restaurants / and heaving in the Bukit Bingtang area.

    Back to HK at the weekend and no doubt will be in the usual bars in Wanchai. Must admit I have never been unlucky with hygiene, pulling drugs etc for the 20 years I have been coming here. You just need to use a bit of common sense.

  15. #12436

    Wanchai velvet bars

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackthelad2  [View Original Post]
    Have spent the last 10 days in Hong Kong and, as is usual, have frequented the usual places. No doubt about the fact it is a lot quieter than it used to be and who knows whether it will ever return to what it once was. Having said that, there are still plenty girls around in the bars and on the streets. They are all available for a price but that price has not gone down as have the hotel prices. I'm off to the delights of KL for 3 days, back this Friday and for my return visit I have just booked 5 nights in a good hotel for just over $300 a night, a big reduction from a year ago.

    My research over the past 10 days has revealed that Neptune 111 and Sparks (the old Borocay) are all but finished. Add Hong Kong Caf to the list. On one occasion I went in late at night there were only 2 girls in the place. It used to be heaving! The only places still attracting plenty girls are Taboo and Escape. Quality varies nevertheless. Last Saturday night the whole area was almost dead except for these two bars.

    Just read a report of 14 November of a guy parting with $4700 in the "velvet bar" clubs. Each to his own but that's way over the top. The other thing that is over the top now is LD's. Those that serve you don't even have masks over their eyes at these prices. Escape is $95 for a beer. I was $500 for 3 beers and a drink for the girl at the bar in exchange for her rubbing what she had up against me. Its still $1500 - $2000 for the girl to have a look at your hotel bedroom.

    Anyway, onwards and upwards. Just about to go out but Monday is more or less a waste of time. But the place is a magnet drawing me in.
    Yeah, $4700 was over the top compared to pulling someone from Taboo or Escape, but that's what you expect when you part the curtains and step inside. I bought 3 LD tequilas at $395 each (ouch!) and my Jack Daniels was $150, so overnight for the girl was $3365. That is a lot.

    But on the positive side, I had 3 gorgeous ladies of my choosing all over me, kissing and caressing under all our clothes as much as I wanted in a private, curtained off booth while I leisurely nursed my drink. Plenty of time to find out who is the best and most receptive kisser; who has what type of breasts; and what shape, size, and condition is their Kitty; so in addition to having fun from the time I sat down, I knew exactly what I was going to have when I got back to my hotel. Couple that with the fact that the general quality of the girls is top-level, I get a preview of almost every inch of their bodies, they have regular medical check-ups and usually superior hygiene, I don't have to worry about them pulling drugs out of their bra once in my hotel room, and I get unlimited pops for the duration of my time with her, and I believe the price is well worth it given my budget.

    Live 4 69.
    Last edited by Live469; 11-20-19 at 13:54. Reason: Error due to autocorrect

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