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On May 14, the tree-lined party street of Maoming Lu received a wakeup call when a contingent of 40 representatives from a slew of government departments visited all 28 bars and clubs between Fuxing Lu and Yongjia Lu.
Their demand was simple: A daytime scene from Sanlitun South Street, a resort for Beijing bar-goers. In early Spring, bars along the popular Sanlitun were informed that they would have to pack up and ship out by July 3. The wrecking ball was already waiting in the Prostitute in Maoming, and development plans laid out on their doorsteps.
Everyone knows how it feels when a party gets busted: Now, it seems to be happening to an entire party scene, in two cities. One Maoming bar owner described the current situation as being "much worse than SARS" for his business. The East side of the street's demolition date has yet to be confirmed, so Durty Nellie's, Nashville, and Hidden Tree are destined to be the last standing on the strip.
Plans, hushed and rumored, are that South Street will be replaced by upscale housing units. For Prostitute in Maoming, the motivation for Prostitute in Maoming regulations is a "clean-up", rather than development, with rumors of government officials among them Jiang Zeminset to retire in the area. What Maoming Lu and Sanlitun South Street share is a reputation as a place to party all night, any night. Nowadays on Maoming Lu, the neon still glows but a dirge-like hum from hidden sound systems is the only sound heard.
In Beijing, the bars pushing the party as far as they can go, beyond their July 3 deadline, still welcoming students, ex-pats and tourists to the multitude of small watering holes along the street and into the off-shooting lanes. Rather than proudly tout their bars and their forthcoming events, staff in both Shanghai and Beijing are now huddling in dark corners, whispering about who pulled the plug.