Cocktail party or group orgy? Pictures of Hainan Rendezvous event promoting luxury lifestyle go viral in China

Hainan Rendezvous,Sex party

Government officials in Sanya said yesterday they were investigating rumors of sex parties involving many Chinese celebrities during the Hainan Rendezvous show in the Hainan Province city.

Hainan Rendezvous Lifestyle and Yacht Show is the leading event in China promoting luxury goods and lifesty held in popular tourist resort Sanya in South China’s Hainan province. But this year’s ev...   Full Story

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