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FollowMe: 5th Anniversary

One of the hottest gay parties in Asia is back and bigger as it celebrates its fifth anniversary this year. DJ Eric Huang、Tiger and Stone are going to personally select the hottest tunes played in the past five years, music satisfaction guaranteed! And if you are one of those who hate the cold big body guards at the club, you are going to change your mind with this Follow Me Party. The body guards of the night are going to be muscular and topless (now I feel the protection!)

Venue: Club Jump

Address: B1 #8, SEC. 1, KEE-LUNG RD, TAIPEI, TAIWAN (Near Nan-jig E. Rd., Sec.5)

Contact: +886 939458333

You can also get an exclusive two drinks ticket via Fridae online

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Glamour Puss Party- Paws on Hunk

SO-U.TV brings you to another cool party this week. On 22 July HK Alley Cats Watch hosted Glamour Puss Party for the forth times to raise money for helping the plight of Hong Kong’s street cats. It includes great prizes and an auction of a hunky bachelor (or was he a stripper? Nah, his stripping doesn’t look professional to me).

Morning After: Walk of No Shame

Going back home the morning after a wild night with the look that everybody can tell? Now AMP  Energy drink salutes the walk of shame with their new tv ad. It does make you feel better after you had sex with a stranger and going back home the next morning doesn’t it? I can totally see this turned into a musical, “Walk of No Shame.”

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A trip to Vegas and she lost her last name

Carrie Underwood kinda lost her last name in her new music video, “Last Name.” How did it happen? Well she married some guy she met in a bar and decided to marry him. The only problem is, she doesn’t know his last name. But hey! What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right?

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Ministry of Sound Presents Alex Wolfenden at Beijing Club

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After the success of the first Ministry of Sound night at Beijing Club, the internationally known club brand will be returning to the three storey super-club on the 23rd April 2008. Spinning the latest house tunes from around the world, Alex Wolfenden who is also a resident of Ibiza’s Cafe Mambo will be representing Ministry of Sound brand, for one special night in Hong Kong.

At only 28 years old, Alex has had a very impressive career. Alex has played for Jade Jagger at her Jezabel party, became a Pacha resident and played alongside some of the most well known DJ’s from around the world.

Beijing Club, located in the centre of the city, has now confirmed a series of Ministry of Sound nights throughout 2008, including some special guest appearances.

Event Details

Event Name: Ministry of Sound presents Alex Wolfenden
Headliner: Alex Wolfenden
Support DJs: Tai Pan Dan & JayJay
Date: 23rd April (Wednesday) 2008
Time: 10pm till late
Tickets: HK$220 on the door for men. Ladies free entrance.
21 and above only

Ministry of Sound at Beijing Club, 2 & 3 Floor, Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central.

Hip Hop & RnB at Beijing Club with DJ Ulysses & DJ Yin, 5th Floor, Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central.

Bookings: (852) 2526-8298

More information: info@beijingclub.com.hk / www.beijingclub.com.hk / www.ministryofsound.com

Complimentary entry for SilverBlack Card Holders before 11pm

Something nice and sparkling but not champagne?

Okay, so you want to organize a cocktail party and you need to prepare food and wine. If it’s a celebratory occasion, you would probably want some champagne. The truth is, we want to have a few extra bottles just in case some of your friends decided to bring a date or a plus one. Of course we don’t want to treat our guests with cheap champagne, but we certainly don’t want to cry over our bills when we make our purchase. So what do we do? Here’s a suggestion, sparkling wine- Prosecco

Prosecco is a sparkling wine made of a variety of white grapes grown in the Veneto region of Italy. Traditionally Prosecco was made as a soft, somewhat sweet wine with just a little fizz, but today’s Proseccos are dry and very bubbly. It can replace champagne in some cocktails such as Mimosa if you like. (Which I suggest if you’re making Mimosa, better than using cheap champagne) Like other sparkling wine, it is served chilled.

It generally goes best with seafood, especially calamari and carbmeat. But as most champagne and sparkling wine do, it pairs nicely with everything even the heaviest pastas. If you wish, you may also use it as an ingredient of an Italian mixed drink Sgroppino (with vodka and lemon sorbet).

So next time you want champagne for an occasion but wish for less pricey alternatives, try Prosecco. Note- Italian wines are so chatty!

 

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