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  1. #11014
    Quote Originally Posted by SamCan  [View Original Post]
    Loss of a Chinese Visa for some term (5 years). 2 weeks in jail and if your work sponsors your visia and you can't go back to chinia, good luck on explaining that one.

    SAM.
    Hmm. Other than the inconvenience of spending 2 weeks in jail, the other consequences don't pertain to me much since I don't travel to China, and I'm my own boss.

    So I won't be there until mid-May. What are the May holidays referred to by Sinofaguo in his post, and will the heat have died down by then?

  2. #11013
    Quote Originally Posted by Yiruma  [View Original Post]
    I have a 12 hour layover in Shanghai in mid-May, and am interested in visited a sauna for the very first time. However, the talk of possible raids have made me think twice. Can anyone shed some light on what sort of consequences one will face if caught in a raid?

    Thanks.
    Loss of a Chinese Visa for some term (5 years). 2 weeks in jail and if your work sponsors your visa and you can't go back to China, good luck on explaining that one.

    Sam.

  3. #11012

    Good news

    An old friend of mine told me that there is a new sauna just opened near the Pudong airport. It is only about a few minutes from the pudong airport. Will try next time when I am in Pudong.

    Jb.

  4. #11011

    Sacrosa

    I can confirm the Sacrosa is closed. When I attempted to visit there were a number of guys taking furniture out to the lobby. One of them motioned with his hand meaning no and to go, so I left.

    BP.

  5. #11010
    Quote Originally Posted by Sinofaguo  [View Original Post]
    Same goes for Changning district under various raids for the past month from civil cloth police.

    Many places refuse to service unkown chinese customers.

    It seems to be global in Shanghai and at least until may holidays.
    I have a 12 hour layover in Shanghai in mid-May, and am interested in visited a sauna for the very first time. However, the talk of possible raids have made me think twice. Can anyone shed some light on what sort of consequences one will face if caught in a raid?

    Thanks.

  6. #11009

    Spring Massage

    Stopped by the Wanpimg Rd location, the mamasan knew what I was coming for and showed me the price and details on her phone. 398 RMB for the hour nude massage and he. It may be possible to get more but I did not try.

    Apparently there are two Spring Massage locations in the same road, I don't read Chinese so I cannot tell. The one I visited is at 360, I heard that the other closer to Lingling Rd. Is just therapeutic.

  7. #11008
    Quote Originally Posted by ShangHangin  [View Original Post]
    After my stop at Sacrosa to find it closed, I went by my usual massage shop in LJZ. They herded me to the back, out the back door and through a secret door that led to a room that had been blocked off from the main hallway. Service as good as always with all but FS (won't do on premises, but will take away).

    Seems the LE is on the watch. Be careful out these.

    SH.
    Same goes for Changning district under various raids for the past month from civil cloth police.

    Many places refuse to service unkown chinese customers.

    It seems to be global in Shanghai and at least until may holidays.

  8. #11007

    Pudong is under watch

    After my stop at Sacrosa to find it closed, I went by my usual massage shop in LJZ. They herded me to the back, out the back door and through a secret door that led to a room that had been blocked off from the main hallway. Service as good as always with all but FS (won't do on premises, but will take away).

    Seems the LE is on the watch. Be careful out these.

    SH.

  9. #11006

    Sacrosa Closed

    Quote Originally Posted by BobTheRhino  [View Original Post]
    Personally think Sarcoza around the corner is better value, but YMMV.
    Went by Sacrosa for an afternoon pop today. Lift no longer stops at 5th floor. Went to 6th and walked down. All closed up and construction debris in lift lobby. No insights into re-opening after a remodel or closed for good.

    SH.

  10. #11005

    #18

    I visited my "old friend", #18 at 851 North Shaanxi road. Service was as usual. I went at 1:00 pm, so traffic was low. Had not seen her for two years. Wow. She has not lost her game at all. The shower suffers from Shanghai's humidity. That's all. Sweet girl. Takeout a pain, she says. Don't bother to ask. She will shower with you.

  11. #11004
    Quote Originally Posted by Huckleberryfinn  [View Original Post]
    For the few quid you lost, did they at least leave you standing there with a woody? I should hope so!

    Huck.
    Sounds like I'll be loading up on Monopoly money in my back pockets on my next trip over. Love to see their expressions after they pull that stunt. Hehe.

  12. #11003

    Yes, but for the few bucks.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigPoppaII  [View Original Post]
    A few nights ago when walking between these places a group of women approached me and started to molest me. I found it very suspicious and held tight to my wallet in my front pocket. Anyway, I forgot that I had a few dollars in my back pocket and needless to say they were gone when I checked. Later on when I'm leaving they approached a group of guys and I heard one say "they took my money" Not a big loss for me as I keep the cash in the safe at the hotel and only carry beer and taxi money.

    Hope this helps someone.

    BP.
    For the few quid you lost, did they at least leave you standing there with a woody? I should hope so!

    Huck.

  13. #11002
    Quote Originally Posted by SamCan  [View Original Post]
    Right from the SNG website and exactly what I paid when I bought 4 then went back to buy 8 (of the 20 MG). site says from the pharmacy is the real deal. I didn't see any generics but I didnt hang around and browse either. I saw 5MG and 20MG Cialis and Viagara at whatever dose it shows

    Cialis (20 MG).

    28 pills 5 MG RMB 900.

    8 pills 20 MG RMB 900.

    4 pills 20 MG RMB 495.

    1 pill 20 MG RMB 138.

    I didn't see the 5 MG the first time but did when I went back. Since cialis recommended dose is 10 MG which means breaking a pill in half. Since it lasts for 2 1/2 days its probably more cost effective if it works for you.


    As I said, leviton, bring your tums or pepcid. I wish I had but it was bearable considering the results.

    I didnt buy the 5mg, i just broke the pill into quarters. a little challenging to get close to same size but didnt seem to matter much
    Yep, these are the going rates for the yellow pills.

    The 5 MG pills are generics, the others should be original.

    Lev.

  14. #11001
    Quote Originally Posted by LostInShanghai  [View Original Post]
    I pay about 100 RMB per pill for Vitamin V. It says it is genuine, but this is China, so you never know.
    Right from the SNG website and exactly what I paid when I bought 4 then went back to buy 8 (of the 20 MG). site says from the pharmacy is the real deal. I didn't see any generics but I didn't hang around and browse either. I saw 5MG and 20MG Cialis and Viagra at whatever dose it shows

    Cialis (20 MG).

    28 pills 5 MG RMB 900.

    8 pills 20 MG RMB 900.

    4 pills 20 MG RMB 495.

    1 pill 20 MG RMB 138.

    I didn't see the 5 MG the first time but did when I went back. Since cialis recommended dose is 10 MG which means breaking a pill in half. Since it lasts for 2 1/2 days it's probably more cost effective if it works for you.


    As I said, leviton, bring your tums or pepcid. I wish I had but it was bearable considering the results.

    I didn't buy the 5mg, i just broke the pill into quarters. a little challenging to get close to same size but didn't seem to matter much

  15. #11000

    Vitamin V

    Quote Originally Posted by Beijing4987  [View Original Post]
    What is the cost at the pharmacy! Do they offer a generic as well as the genuine?
    I pay about 100 RMB per pill for Vitamin V. It says it is genuine, but this is China, so you never know.

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