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Q: Where is the Orange bar in Daqing?

10 years 48 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Daqing

 
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The Orange Bar has relocated from its old premises to a new one but still in Ranghulu. Not easy to find. Leo is still running the place and it's still 99% foreigners that go there. If you want an exact location I can supply that info. Just email me direct.

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10 years 47 weeks ago
 
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Many thanks for that.

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Why would there be 99% foreigners there if the bar has chinese employees'? I prefer bars such as Hooters. I call Hooters the orange bar because there colors are Orange and everywhere I see it's orange. .Could you let me know the exact location of the orange bar? 

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Hooters is not a bar. Not even close. Actually, Chinese
Hooters is a joke. Waste of time and money. That opinion has been talked about on this site before.

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Trying to find it for 7 months...What is the chinese name?

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