Betelnut is used in Taiwan in a similar fashion as chewing tobacco elsewhere. It is often sold from roadside stands to passing motorists. A common selling strategy is to have young women in sexy outfits sell the product from glass-encased booths. These are some of my photos of "betelnut beauties" as they are known locally, taken from the car as we pass. The file names have dates and cities. The general rule for the photos is the "drive-by shooting" so quality depends upon shutter speed, ISO, camera shake, and traffic. See http://briandavidphillips.typepad.com/brian/2003/11/betel_nut_beaut.html for links to more.