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  1. #11578

    Wenli & WeChat

    Quote Originally Posted by GregoryB  [View Original Post]
    Tried that girl Wenli from classifieds she is real and really worth. Haha.

    But her mobile and even wechat is wrong. Took me a while in google to find the correct ones. It was very worth it while, though.

    Gregory.
    Wenli is a nice girl, with a hot body and will give you a good session. She just got back to Shanghai and is seeking more business.

    However, I caution all of you to avoid using WeChat to book dates. Use it carefully because others have said that if the details of a date are on Wechat, LE can and will use it against you. My advice is to avoid discussing any rates or fees on WeChat or any type of texting service. The safest is to make the date and discuss all fees in person or via telephone. If ever caught, at least both of you could and would hopefully say that it was not pay for play, just casual sex, and there is nothing in writing to contradict you.

    Stay safe out there. The weather in Shanghai was terrible and I am not sure there is any clearing in the forecast.

    AL.

  2. #11577
    Quote Originally Posted by Lando1906  [View Original Post]
    Why then Shanghai is affected that much? The congress is in Beijing.
    http://www.scmp.com/week-asia/opinio...i-jinpings-new

    The elevation of Han Zheng, the party secretary of Shanghai, Jiang’s power base, is widely expected. There had been suggestions he could become the executive vice-premier, but taking over the helm of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference – the fourth ranked job in the party hierarchy – should give him more status and prestige.

  3. #11576
    Quote Originally Posted by Lando1906  [View Original Post]
    Why then Shanghai is affected that much? The congress is in Beijing.
    Unless some of this thread's participants are in the upper strata of the Party, we can only speculate on that question. But in the end, speculation does us little good.

  4. #11575

    Nice girl Wenli64 u but wrong mobile and wechat.

    Tried that girl Wenli from classifieds she is real and really worth. Haha.

    But her mobile and even wechat is wrong.

    Took me a while in google to find the correct ones.

    It was very worth it while, though.

    Gregory.

  5. #11574
    Quote Originally Posted by DickusMaximus  [View Original Post]
    Or get a private virtual host somewhere for $10-15 per month. No reason to bother maintaining a computer at home.
    You don't need to maintain a computer at home, you need an internet connection and a router.

  6. #11573
    Quote Originally Posted by TheGuy  [View Original Post]
    Whenever there is a dry period, some places don't reopen. This is not unusual, and it will happen regardless of the dry period's length.

    Just traveled to a few other large Chinese cities. They appear unaffected.
    Why then Shanghai is affected that much? The congress is in Beijing.

  7. #11572
    Quote Originally Posted by Carage  [View Original Post]
    That is useful if you still maintain a residence with a stable and fast internet connection outside of China.

    If you have gone fully expat as in establishing a permanent residence or family in China it might not be viable.

    Of course, it is still doable if you have a trusted friend or relative who is willing and capable to help you maintain the connection overseas.
    Or get a private virtual host somewhere for $10-15 per month. No reason to bother maintaining a computer at home.

  8. #11571
    Quote Originally Posted by HotEastern  [View Original Post]
    It looks like the lock down could potentially extend for a long time. At least in Pudong, a number of massage places are not just closed, they are under construction. Same for Sacrosa. So whether this is because they thought it would be a good time to upgrade or if they is a more drastic change is business, I don't know, but these places will not reopen in a week.
    Whenever there is a dry period, some places don't reopen. This is not unusual, and it will happen regardless of the dry period's length.

    Just traveled to a few other large Chinese cities. They appear unaffected.

  9. #11570
    Quote Originally Posted by RobSH  [View Original Post]
    Yes- most of the he massage places are closed with tape over the doors. Not sure about Saunas, but I would imagine they are also closed.
    It looks like the lock down could potentially extend for a long time. At least in Pudong, a number of massage places are not just closed, they are under construction. Same for Sacrosa. So whether this is because they thought it would be a good time to upgrade or if they is a more drastic change is business, I don't know, but these places will not reopen in a week.

  10. #11569
    Quote Originally Posted by Lando1906  [View Original Post]
    Great description and information.

    Is Equatorial luxury? Are the rooms with large space and up to date renovated? I think it's a 4*hotel.
    I would not say it is luxury but it is quite nice. They do have several renovated floors with updated rooms and nice views. I always stay executive level. King bed and good space. Cheap room = smaller, older room.

  11. #11568

    How long closedown?

    Hi all,

    Does anyone know how long this close down of massage places will be? I'm going to Shanghai for the first time last week of November and it would be nice to try some Chinese massage.

  12. #11567

    HK sim card

    Can you continue using WeChat?

    And can your get it easily in mainland China?

    Thanks,

    Gregory.

    Quote Originally Posted by MvuLane  [View Original Post]
    Still using VPNs on mobile phones?

    When I am in China I now just use a HK SIM card (China Mobile. HK) which basically gives me uncapped (and unrestricted / uncensored) mobile internet for less than 4 USD per day.

    http://www.hk.chinamobile.com/en/cor...-and-data.html

    Enjoy!

  13. #11566
    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckleOne  [View Original Post]
    I have been using Equitorial lately and will be there next week. I have never had any problems taking a friend in there at night. I am not aware of any side entrances. I just walk right on through. Nice thing is that unlike Hilton you do not need a card to come up to the room so you can have here head on up ahead of you and meet her at the room.
    Great description and information.

    Is Equatorial luxury? Are the rooms with large space and up to date renovated? I think it's a 4*hotel.

  14. #11565
    Quote Originally Posted by Lando1906  [View Original Post]
    Thank you all for information and recommendations. I will not use a hotel in Pudong. I am thinking about Paramount Gallery Hotel, Jin Jiang Tower or Equatorial, all seem to be in walking distance. Does anyone have already experiences with these hotels, especially with side entrances which offer an easy access?
    I have been using Equitorial lately and will be there next week. I have never had any problems taking a friend in there at night. I am not aware of any side entrances. I just walk right on through. Nice thing is that unlike Hilton you do not need a card to come up to the room so you can have here head on up ahead of you and meet her at the room.

  15. #11564
    Quote Originally Posted by SamCan  [View Original Post]
    Question to all: Is there a lock down on Pudong like shanghai PUXI? I would imagine so but no on has been real clear about it.

    SAM.
    Yes- most of the he massage places are closed with tape over the doors. Not sure about Saunas, but I would imagine they are also closed.

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