Fu-Cheng (Strip Club) (formerly The Paradise Club)

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Re: Fu-Cheng (Strip Club) (formerly The Paradise Club)

Postby XinBiDe » 21 Nov 2009, 20:11

Hey, are these all still going?
Perhaps an update on the status and location of each club?
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Re: Fu-Cheng (Strip Club) (formerly The Paradise Club)

Postby Nonsequitur » 22 Nov 2009, 07:09

Yeah, I'm still here. :D

Locations haven't changed. Just give me a call or PM me here if you have any questions.

Cheers,
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Re: Fu-Cheng (Strip Club) (formerly The Paradise Club)

Postby Dave2010 » 13 Apr 2010, 07:09

Definately still around. Beer, girls, a litttle Karaoki, what more could you want on a Saturday night?
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Re: Fu-Cheng (Strip Club) (formerly The Paradise Club)

Postby majesty » 03 May 2010, 22:41

I contacted with the nonsequiter I guess he will arrange us something special. Can anyone offer me a good strip club in Taichung or any escort girls. How to get, I just want some good fun around taichung. I am waiting your suggestions also private messages for information.
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Re: Fu-Cheng (Strip Club) (formerly The Paradise Club)

Postby businessdave » 07 Jan 2011, 22:54

my and my businesscollegue are coming from sweden to visit taipei in early february...any good clubs to visit? want to see some girlz :)
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