Mostly dedicated to making Nissan models under license in the Republic of China and selling them under the Yue Loong brand, they finally ventured into making a car of its own in the late eighties.
The car wasn't a success. And anyway, to say it was Yue Loong's own car is somewhat of an exageration, since it was based on the Nissan Stanza.
You can see on this images, you can compare the profiles of both YueLoong's made Stanza, and the Feeling 102.
Surprisingly, at least one Feeling found its way to Russia! I suppose this might have been one of those cars sold in Holland, that was then exported second hand to Eastern Europe.
yueloong FEELING 1.8 GTX 1989 07.05.09 por celicacamry, en Flickr
More pictures in Taiwan.
Feeling 101, 1986. 7car.tw/articles/read/178.
Feeling 191, 1987 - Computer design 7car.tw/articles/read/1976.
Feeling 101, 1988. 7car.tw/articles/read/113.
Feeling 101 Fastback. 7car.tw/articles/read/239.
Hong Kong star on Feeling ads. 7car.tw/articles/read/559.
Celebrating exports to Europe (which were only a few to the Netherlands, as far as I know, but they still used that to boost Taiwanese sales). 7car.tw/articles/read/525.