Taiwanese Electric Flower Cars (traditional: 電子花車, simplified: 电子花车, pinyin: diànzi huā chē) are trucks that have been converted into wheeled, neon-lit platforms, typically moving stages, upon which strippers can perform as the vehicle participates in religious, celebratory or funeral processions. These performances generally include stripping and occasionally involve full-on nudity. A. Marc L. Moskowitz remarked in his making of the documentary Funeral Strippers in Taiwan that stripping down to complete nudity on the Electric Flower Car has gone “underground because there were laws enacted against full nudity in the mid-80’s”. As such, the tradition of the Electric Flower Car has generated a considerable amount of controversy.
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