Funeral Strippers

April 24, 2015 in Daily Bulletin


In some parts of China, strippers are called to perform at funerals wrote Te-Ping Chen and Josh Chin:

  • The presence of strippers draws large crowds which is thought to bring good fortune into the after-life of the deceased.
  • The services cost $322 a session, and companies may put on up to 20 shows a month.
  • The practice isn’t limited to the mainland – women in short skirts and stilettos sometimes perform at Taiwanese funerals.
  • The Chinese government is trying to crack down on the practice, calling it “obscene”.

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Source: The Wall Street Journal