Harmony Films Offers Contract to Kappa Girl

Tod Hunter
LONDON — Adult production company Harmony Films has offered a performance contract to Chinese Internet adult performer Kappa Girl, who was detained by police after posting explicit video of herself on the Internet. Uploading and shooting adult videos is a crime in China.

Kappa Girl initially announced through her blog that she'll make bar appearances, sit down for exclusive interviews and accept underwear modeling assignments. She reportedly lost her job after being detained by the police.

"Ms. Huang [Kappa Girl's surname, the only name of hers that is known] is a huge star in her native China," Jason Maskell, manager of sales and marketing for Harmony Films, said. "We'd like to offer her the chance to make some real money by working and shooting with us in the West. She won't be persecuted for being on video as an X-rated performer and she can gain an even larger base of fans. She just needs to contact us."

Although the Chinese market is closed to the adult industry, Maskell said it's only a matter of time before it opens up.

"We know the population is aware of porn and that Ms. Huang's scene isn't the first piece of pornography to be seen in the country," Maskell said. "When China does open up to adult content, partnering with someone identifiable like Kappa Girl will help us gain a foothold in that market. Like any other business, we're eager to bring our products to its billion-plus consumers."

Huang or her representatives can contact Maskell jason@harmonyuk.com.

For more information about Harmony Films, visit HarmonyFilmsUK.com and MySpace.com/HarmonyFilms.