• Police Crack Down On Prostitution Through Operations In Chengdu

Police Crack Down On Prostitution Through Operations In Chengdu (Photo : Getty Images)

More Chinese women overseas are taking the easy life by indulging in sex service. Those involved are temporary visa holders in New Zealand and young women in Indonesia.

The New Zealand Herald reported that the Chinese women were recruited into prostitution groups using a bilingual sex information leaflet titled “Working in New Zealand,” produced by the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective. Older New Zealand sex trade workers often give younger Chinese women the leaflet.

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Difficulty Finding Jobs

Written in English and Chinese, the leaflet provides new prostitutes advice on what to wear, how to begin, picking a working name and sex tricks to perform. A number of Chinese women in New Zealand, because of the difficulty of finding jobs if they are temporary visa holders, are convinced by the leaflet – found at the reception counter of the collective’s office in Karangahape Road in Auckland – to try joining the world’s oldest profession.

New Zealand has decriminalize prostitution in 2003, but it is illegal for holders of temporary visas to be a part of the country’s sex trade. “Police are aware that international students could be considered a vulnerable community for a whole range of reasons, hence the special attention given to ensuring their safety while they enjoy the high-quality education offered in this country,” Inspector Andrew Coster, area commander of Auckland City, said.

Sex Trade Workers in Batam

Meanwhile, in Indonesia, 10 women from Vietnam and China were arrested for operating as sex trade workers in Batam, Riau Islands. The eight Indonesians and two Chinese women were apprehended during raids on a boarding house and club in Nagoya, Batam on Wednesday, The Jakarta Post reported.

Teguh Praytino, chief of the Batam Immigration Office, said the women entered Batam through Jakarta and claimed they are tourists but failed to provide evidence they stay in tourist accommodations but instead stay in a boarding house.