外文标题：Shanghai auto show bans skimpily clad female models
SHANGHAI: The Shanghai Auto Show banned female models and automakers responded with dancers and fresh-faced young women holding tablet computers.
Organizers of China's biggest auto show announced in February that models in slinky dresses who usually adorn the stands of some auto brands would be banned. It said it wanted visitors to focus on cars.
On Monday, Luxgen, a joint venture between state-owned Dongfeng Motor Co. and Yulon, a Taiwanese partner, opened its display with a performance by a chorus line of dancers.
At other stands, young women in sleeveless but more business-like dresses carried tablet computers to show visitors the details of cars.
Deepak Kumar (bangalore)
Durgaprasad Gupta (Navi Mumbai)
Prashant Srivastava (Unknown)
Hope we follow the same!
Colorfulbandha (Milkyway Galaxy)
laudable step. hope the advertising world follows it elsewhere too.
Excellent Move !!. The times are so bad that you can never watch anything on a TV as everything is basically a Show of Vulgarity in the name of .. Car, Scooter, Refrigerator, Children Programme, Milk, Biscuits ,Thriller Moviews, Family Drama etc.
Suman Patra (Unknown)
""It said it wanted visitors to focus on cars"" good one..
Whatever it may be, at least it will not be sex sells. Why should a good product be at the mercy of half dressed chics?
Jayeshkumar Panchal (India)
Very good move by China, India should follow the same.
fulloflife Gold (b)
Good move. People are coming to watch auto models and not 'models'!
Ashwani Monga (Faridabad)
The decision is laudable and need be emulated particularly in view of wide spread incidences of rapes and crime against women.
Mahendra Kumar Nayak (Bhubaneswar)
There is no need for models in slinky dresses. The purpose is attract customers for better vehicles. Slinky models do not add anything to the quality of vehicles.