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Viewed 6289 times 2014-8-22 15:25 |Personal category:Life Story|System category:News| Shanghai, clubbing

That was the title of an article about how rich kids party in Shanghai where one night out will cost $1000, a bottle of Dom Perignon cost $557 and one mega party consume 140 bottle of champagne in one single night. Alot of thought crosses my mind with regards what goes on in those young minds, how they feel about people around them, their views on money, how they were brought up by their parents, their relationship with family and friends and how people actually view them. 

Maybe this is a small minority and is more the exception than the rule. Perhaps, this is not a common scene at the club. It could be that one or two such incidents get blown up by the media. What's the truth? Maybe those who goes clubbing may know better. Your views?
Shanghai’s rich kids party at clubs where showing off is half the fun

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