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Prostitution in Today's China

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Jane Chong

on 6 November 2013

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Prostitution in Today's China
Seven-tier hierarchy
1. Second wives
2. Packaged women
3. Female companions
4. Ding dong girls
5. Hair salon girls
6. Street girls
7. Underclass women

Economy
Facts
1949
1978
1991
1949: Crackdown on social evils
Prostitution made illegal
1978: Open Door Policy
200,000 persons working as sex providers
prostitution resurged: estimated number of sex providers: 100,000 persons
1991: Growth
3-6 million prostitutes nationwide
2002
2006
U.S. State Department Report
10 million prostitutes in all of PRC
Chinese economist Yang Fan
20 million
fastest growing industry in China
6-8% of national GDP
2002
2006
DEVELOPMENT AT ALL COST
Trafficking
73 Billion
Health problems
1. Second wives
2. Packaged women
3. Female companions
4. Ding dong girls
5. Hair salon or massage parlour girls
6. Street girls
7. Underclass women

university students: part time job
migrant workers
Market price
Sexually transmitted AIDS - top 5 death rate
RMB20- RMB10,000 per transaction
Rural-urban migration
urban population
1979: 440 million
2009: 622 million
migrant workers
2010: 252.78 million
4.4% increase in 1 year
most extensive internal migration in the world
higher living standard
environmental degradation
better education
better job opportunities
natural disasters
poverty
Effects
migrant children population
creation of migrant suburbs
crime and safety problems
family problems - men away from home
poverty
Tourism
cultural portrayal
ethnic minorities
Jinghong, Yunnan
Chinese Las Vegas - sex tourism leader
Entertainment industries
Law
It is illegal in China to
"have illicit relations with a prostitute"
"sell and buy sex"
"abduct, traffick and kidnap women and children"
Raids
Fines, imprisonment
Prostitutes re-education programmes
VESTED INTERESTS
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