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Taiwanese tease with garang garland girls

Taiwanese tease with garang garland girls



Sexy dancers set to give their Thai counterparts a run for their money.

By Germaine Lim
Fri, Jul 09, 2010
The New Paper


FIRST we had sawadee kap, the Thai greeting. Now we have the Mandarin ni hao ma too.

At least two Taiwan nightspots have taken a leaf from the popular local Thai disco concept and opened in the last three months.

D8 Disco in the basement of Parklane Shopping Mall, which officially opened last week, claims to be the first Taiwan-concept nightspot in Singapore.

Its 20 female dancers and singers, known as taimeis, were talent-scouted from Taiwan. The club plays mainly Cantopop and Mandopop.

Club Doll is a smaller Taiwanese joint at Hotel Windsor.

Both nightspots have adopted the plastic garlands and sashes popular in Thai discos.

At D8, a "flower girl" goes around selling garlands which cost $10 each and sashes which range between $100and $1,000.

This is where the taimeis' popularity with patrons plays an important role in boosting their income.

One popular taimei, known as Queenie, 25, said she receives more than $1,500 worth of sashes and garlands every night.

The girls get a commission from the garlands and sashes they receive from the crowd.

The New Paper understands that the girls' basic salary averages $2,200 and popular taimeis like Queenie can make up to $7,000 in a good month.

The taimeis "round up" their alternative paymasters as they mingle with the crowd, who dole out good money on garlands and sashes for them all night.


Welcome with open arms

Patrons are welcoming the Taiwanese with open arms.

When The New Paper visited D8 on Friday night, the place was teeming with a predominantly male crowd.

D8's spokesman, who declined to be named, said it took six months to setup the place.

Right next to the stage was a screen showing the Holland-Brazil World Cup quarter-final match.

But the crowd seemed to be more interested in the girls.

Backed by deafening music, four taimeis would take to the stage at a time.

Next to nothing seemed to be their dress code.

Bottoms barely covered, revealing tops with large cut-outs at the sides - you get the drift.

In one performance, a dancer unwittingly - or maybe not - exposed her white bra but it looked like she couldn't care less.

Some simply wore bikini tops.

Taimeis also wear nautical, cheerleader and schoolgirl outfits hoping to appeal to every fantasy.

All eyes in the crowd were plastered on every titillating acrobatic dance move. The gyrating and booty-shaking could make Beyonce blush.

One dancer even mounted another, getting all hot and heavy.

There are usually five 30-minute sets every night.

Club Doll has fewer performers and appears to be less popular, perhaps because of its somewhat out-of-the-way location.

When contacted, its operators declined to be interviewed. There are no cover charges at both places.

Only four women were spotted among the patrons at D8 that night. One of them, personal assistant Gina Tan, 34, was amused by the performers.

She said: "It's good entertainment and the crowd is unpretentious."

For novelty's sake and to keep patrons happy, the D8 spokesman said, there will be a new batch of performers every six months.

What's there not to love, asked marketing executive Marcus Ong, 29.

"Girls in shorts that would qualify as panties, dancing on stages and podiums and knowing that you can befriend them for a fee - it's like buying a lifestyle."


More than just skin parade

FOR the last five years, local Thai discos have attracted men seeking alternative entertainment.

But it seems the tom yam-hot Thai discos are losing their flavour. There are just too many of them. Club operators estimate there are at least 60 such pubs and clubs islandwide.

This concept of live music and foreign entertainers may last only for the "next two years", Mr Patrick Ong, the general manager of Thai disco Club Atlantis at Textile Centre, told The New Paper.

Industry players like general manager Patrik Lim of upmarket Thai disco Club Ratchada at Cairnhill Place are keeping a keen eye on the emerging Taiwan discos.

Mr Lim said: "It takes about three months for a new club to take off. To me, the three essential elements to a club's success are entertainment, ambience and service.

"The club that will last is the one with better entertainment and great eye candy."

No doubt, there is stiff competition between the girls from Thai discos and those from D8 Disco and Club Doll.

For now, patrons are welcoming this refreshing influx of Mandarin-speaking taimeis.

Civil servant Chris Chew, 29, said: "I prefer Taiwan clubs because they sing mainstream Chinese songs.

"The Thais can't enunciate as well as the Taiwanese and this affects performances because you can't make out what they're singing."

Mandarin speakers find it easier to talk to them too.

Marketing executive Marcus Ong said: "Taiwanese discos have prettier girls who dance better and have better vocals. Thai discos are really just a parade of skin. But the girls are sexier and gentler."

Source: http://news.asiaone.com/News/The%2BN...08-225964.html

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