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  • In Hong Kong,

  • if you want to go out,

  • your options are usually a nightclub or a lounge

  • that's playing the same EDM and pop music.

  • House parties are rare

  • because you're probably living in a tiny apartment

  • that can only fit four people,

  • and your neighbor, who is literally a wall away,

  • could call the cops on you.

  • But in Hong Kong,

  • you can get something close to a house party with your homies

  • in an event thrown by these three guys,

  • who organize parties everywhere, even at restaurants.

  • As the underground music scene continues to grow in China,

  • parties are giving young locals a chance to see what's hot.

  • They also give budding DJs like Yeti Out

  • an opportunity to make their mark on the scene.

  • By utilizing social media platforms in China,

  • and getting creative with party spaces in Hong Kong,

  • these three guys have stood out as street icons

  • for the past nine years.

  • Scaling up can be both exciting and challenging.

  • With the tagline of bridging East and West,

  • the team has brought foreign talent like FKJ,

  • Jay Prince, and Cozyboyz to perform in China

  • and the rest of Asia.

  • Yeti Out has grown from throwing underground parties

  • where nobody showed up.

  • to working with global brands like

  • Coach and Under Armour.

  • But they still remain connected to their spiritual home,

  • Hong Kong.

  • Recently, they collaborated with Tsui Wah,

  • a local 24-hour cha chaan teng chain

  • and a favorite haunt of late-night partygoers.

In Hong Kong,

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Yeti Out: They Throw China's Hottest Parties - East Coast (S1E2)

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/01
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