Hainan Rendez-Vous: A drug-fueled orgy fest for ‘second generation rich’ Chinese?
It’s apparently no secret among those in the know that China’s annual Hainan Rendez-Vous, a leading luxury fair held in the eponymous resort island in southern China showcasing the playthings of the nation’s rich and famous, also serves a secondary function for its well-heeled patrons, that of a drug-fueled orgy fest.
Targeting the super-rich, the exhibition attracts a slew of celebrities and business tycoons, as well as, if rumors are true, a cavalcade of gorgeous young models and escorts. The events hard partying attendees are rumored to have disposed of a whopping 2,000 soggy condoms.
One model offering “special services”, alleged transgender escort Sun Jing-ya (孫靜雅), reportedly earned nearly US$100,000 over just a three days period last year.
The event’s organizers have, understandably, had a tough time dispelling rumors of debauchery.
A Chinese reporter who went undercover reportedly discovered that some of the event’s attendees are required to don masks to remain anonymous and that the young models in attendance are asked to sign a strict confidentiality agreement.
Agents recruiting the girls reportedly ask hopeful escorts to give up all the the juicy details up front: bust, waist and hip measurements as well as their height and weight and also their “experience”.
The girls are sometimes even asked to provide nude photos and to have sex with the agents.
Hainan Rendez-Vous is a major lifestyle exposition comprised of a yacht show, business jet exhibit, luxury property showcase and displays of various high-end brands.
Dining, entertainment and social networking activities are held throughout the event, which takes place over four days each spring and is held in the city of Sanya on Hainan, China’s only large tropical island. Hainan Rendez-Vous is famous for drawing some of the wealthiest individuals from the greater China region, many dozen of whom are flown to and from the island on private jets. It is one of Asia’s major yacht shows, having attracted over 100 boats to its 2011 edition