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Organized escort in Malaysia

Organized escort in Malaysia

In this book, only certain groups will be referred to as organized escort groups. This means that we are going to use a more restrictive definition than that put forth by, for example, the United Nations. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, an organized escorts group is "a structured group of three or more persons existing for a period of time and acting in concert with the aim of committing one or more serious crimes or offenses... in order to obtain, directly, or indirectly, a financial or other material benefit." If we were to use the U.N. definition, certainly many of the groups that are engaged in the transnational movement of Chinese women could be considered to be organized escort groups. However, based on our many years of extensive research on organized escort in Asia and the United States, we have come to the conclusion that, at least within the Chinese or Asian context, only the following groups should be considered to be true organized escorts groups:

(1) U.S.-based tongs (e.g., On Leong, Hip Sing, Tung On, etc.) and street gangs (e.g., Ghost Shadows, Flying Dragons, Fuk Ching, Green Dragons, etc.);

(2) Hong Kong-based triads (e.g., Sun Yee On, 14K, Wo Shing Wo, etc.);

(3) Macau-based triads (e.g., the 14K, the Water Room, etc.);

(4) Taiwan-based organized gangs (e.g., United Bamboo, Four Seas, Celestial Alliance, etc.) and jiaotou groups (e.g., Fang Ming Kuan, Nyo Pu, etc.);

(5) China-based mafia-style gangs (e.g., the Liu Yong group in Shenyang, the Li Qiang group in Chongqing, etc.);

(6) Thailand-based jao pho;

(7) Singapore-based tangpai;

(8) Malaysia-based Chinese gangs (e.g., 390, 18K, Dragonhead, etc.); and, finally,

(9) Japan-based yakuza groups (e.g., the Yamaguchi-kumi, the Inagawa-kai, the Sumiyoshi-kai). We believe that the vast majority of government officials and law enforcers in Asia and the United States agree with us on this characterization.

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Money for self in Singapore

Money for self in Singapore

More than half the women in our sample said the main reason for them wanting to go overseas was simply to make money for themselves. Their most frequent answer was: "I was looking for an opportunity to make money, and then I met a returned xiaojie who told me how easy it was to earn money overseas. I said I want to give it a try, too." Let us take a look at how the women who were already engaged in commercial sex compare with the others with respect to their motives for going abroad.

Ah Dong. a 30-year-old married woman who was a streetwalker in a red-light district in Singapore, said: "I came here mainly to make money. I was making only $48 to $60 a day as a xiaojie in China; here I make $260 to $330 a day. As far as making money is concerned, there is no comparison whatsoever between these two places". Angie, a 37-year-old woman from Yiyang (Hunan Province) who was selling sex in Shantou (Guangdong Province) before she went to Hong Kong, explained why she went overseas:

I wanted to make lots of money quickly. At that time, I just broke up with my boyfriend in Shantou. I did not work for the two years we were together. In the beginning, he gave me some money, but later, he was spending my money. Therefore, I did not have any money when we broke up. Besides, I adopted a daughter, and I was desperate for money. So I came to Hong Kong to make money.

Another subject, Xiao Tao, said she came to Macau because a returned xiaojie told her she could make more money abroad:

The girlfriend of my boyfriendв’s friend came back from Macau and told me that it was easy to make money in Macau. At any rate, while I was working as a prostitute in Zhanjiang and Shenzhen, I met many girls who came back from Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore, and it seemed like they came back with lots of money. So I have always wanted to come out and give it a try, or I would regret it one day.

In brief, some of the subjects who were already engaged in prostitution in China were willing to go overseas because they learned that they could make more money abroad than in China, and they met someone who could help them to go abroad.

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Chickenhead hostess in Beijing

Chickenhead hostess in Beijing

CC, a 31-year-old woman from Fushun (Liaoning) who had no commercial sex experience, explained how she became a prostitute in Macau after she met a chickenhead in Zhuhai:

A friend and I traveled to Zhuhai from Fushun to look for work. After arriving in Zhuhai, we met a man in a restaurant. He told us that working in Zhuhai was not as good as in Macau; we can make more quick money in Macau by drinking and chatting with customers. To be honest, I knew at that time that it was not that simple. We knew definitely that we must sleep with customers. But we could not be concerned so much at that time because we did not have any money left.

This man applied for travel passes in Zhuhai for us. He took us to Macau and tried to find us jobs at a nightclub.

Besides chickenheads, there are also middlemen in China acting as recruiters for overseas sex establishments. These middlemen charge a fee to help women obtain the necessary travel documents to go abroad. Middlemen, unlike chickenheads, are highly unlikely to have any sexual relationships with the women they help, nor do they play any role in the women’s activities overseas. These facilitators have a critical role in the migration process because they are often the key to a woman’s deciding to go abroad and being able to do so.

Some of the subjects who were prostitutes in China also mentioned a variety of other reasons to go overseas. For example, they thought they would save more money if they worked overseas simply because they had no friends abroad, were not familiar with the new place, and as a result, had less opportunity to spend money. Also, because they were so far away from home, family members were less likely to approach them for money. Others went abroad because they wanted to avoid the Chinese authorities. According to Liu Li, a 34-year-old divorcee who was working at a spa in Jakarta:

In 2004, I was working as a hostess in Beijing and I also went out with clients. Because of the frequent police crackdowns, being a xiaojie in China was really nerve-racking: you were worried all the time about being arrested. On one occasion, I was with a famous movie star in a hotel room in a remote place outside of Beijing. It was very cold and it was snowing heavily that day, and yet the police came to check our room. I had to crawl out of a window to escape. After that I wanted to leave Beijing. Coincidently, I met my classmate who had just returned from Indonesia and she brought me here.

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Asian escorts in Kuala Lumpur

Asian escorts in Kuala Lumpur

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Overseas Experiences in Malaysia

Overseas Experiences in Malaysia

Of our 149 subjects, 89 (60%) had only been to the country where we interviewed them. Among the 60 (40%) who had been to other countries as well, 32 (53%) said they went to those countries also to engage in prostitution. Women we interviewed in Singapore and Indonesia, and who had been to other countries, were more likely to have engaged in commercial sex in multiple countries. On the other hand, subjects in the United States who had visited other countries were the least likely to have engaged in prostitution in those countries. This was largely because they had gone to these other places for a purpose other than prostitution. This will be explained in chapter 4.

Meng Fei, a 32-year-old single woman from Hefei (Anhui) who was working as a street prostitute in a tourist area of Hong Kong, described her overseas experiences as follows:

Before I came to Hong Kong for the first time in 2004, I went to Singapore and worked at a nightclub for more than a month. The year before last year (2005), I went to Indonesia and worked at a nightclub in Jakarta for two months. I like Singapore, but I was unable to obtain a Singapore visa again. I do not like Indonesia but you get more money going out with men in Indonesia, about two or three tiao (between $200 and $300). In Singapore, it is $143 to $200; in Hong Kong, about $200. Customers are the best in Singapore, followed by Hong Kong.

Miao Miao, a 24-year-old woman whom we interviewed in Macau in a brothel located inside an apartment building, told us she had previously worked in the sex sectors of Singapore and Malaysia:

I have been to Singapore and Malaysia. In Singapore, I worked as a streetwalker for more than 20 days. I charged $40 or $50 per session and I made a little more than $6,300 that trip, but I also paid more than $2,500 to those who helped me to get there. Later, I returned to Singapore for the second time and still worked as a streetwalker. I did not ask anybody to help me the second time, but my charge also decreased to $30 or $40. Even so, I earned more than $5,000 the second trip.

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Escort Sites in Asia

Escort Sites in Asia

Table shows the individual characteristics of the xiaojie subjects by research site. As far as age is concerned, subjects in Macau were the youngest, with a mean age of 25, followed by subjects in Taiwan (mean age of 26). Subjects in New York were the oldest (39 years), followed by Los Angeles (38 years). The average age for the entire sample of women we interviewed outside China was 31. This clearly indicates that the vast majority of women who go overseas to sell sex are not teenagers, but rather are women who are at least in their mid- to late twenties or early thirties. They do not fit the stereotype of being young, naive, and particularly vulnerable girls.

Women in New York and Los Angeles were comparatively better educated than those we interviewed in Asia. Many subjects in Los Angeles had attended or completed college, whereas subjects in Thailand and Malaysia were the least educated, with an average of only eight years of education (meaning most of them had not completed middle school). The average period of education for the entire overseas sample was 10 years—most of them did not finish high school.

The table also shows subjects’ marital status by research sites. Subjects we interviewed in Taiwan are most likely to be single (94%), followed by Macau (78%), and Indonesia (72%). Subjects in New York were the least likely to be single (6%), followed by Los Angeles (19%), and Thailand (24%). For the entire sample, 50 percent said they were single. Again, it shows that one in every two Chinese women who are selling sex overseas were or had been married, and in addition many of them were mothers.

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Education in the school

Education in the school

Authorities in China normally do not make much of an effort to keep girls in school. When our subjects reached a certain age, they left school and some went out to work. Others spent a lot of time just hanging out with friends—singing, dancing, and having fun—until eventually they met someone who recruited them (not necessarily using force, fraud, or deception) into prostitution, or who simply sold them on the idea.

Some dropped out of school because there was a crisis in the family and they had to work to support their families. Others said they actually liked school and hoped to receive a good education, but that their parents were not very supportive simply because they were girls. Since some of our subjects were from poor families in rural areas, their status as females put them in a precarious position, because poor families in rural areas have traditionally preferred to have sons rather than daughters. Xiao Zheng, a 23-year-old from Liuzhou (Guangxi Province, located in southwest China bordering Vietnam) told us why she was forced to quit school:

I dropped out of school two months before graduation from middle school because my father was diagnosed with cancer. I am the youngest of six siblings. Actually, I really wanted to continue school. My father was always against my desire to attend school—he said that girls should not attend school. It was my mother who insisted that I go to school. Because of this, my father put a knife to my motherв’s neck and demanded that she stop me from attending school.

Some of these women, with relatively little education and/or connections to people of influence and power, ended up working in the manufacturing or service sectors. There, because of low pay and unrewarding work experiences, many changed jobs frequently, until they ultimately ended up in prostitution.

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The global city of Kuala Lumpur

The global city of Kuala Lumpur

Through other intermediaries such as taxi drivers and parking valets, China managed to interview 39 migrant women, upon which this research was based.

The book is composed of five chapters. The introduction encapsulates the framework of city, creativity, and cosmopolitanism that China uses to analyze nontrafficked women who participate in transnational migration for sex work. By city, she refers to global city networks. Creativity means the agency of migrant women, host states, and facilitators who maneuver through structural constraints produced by neoliberal economies. Cosmopolitanism refers to migrant womenв’s attitudes, worldviews, and practices sparked through their encounters with myriad global cities.

In chapter two, China focuses on the global city of Kuala Lumpur from its function as a trading settlement during the nineteenth-century colonial era to its ascendance to a global city in the twentieth century. The city has transformed from the previous colonial state policies that cemented the relationships between Malay and Chinese and Indian migrant workers to the current neoliberal policies that depend on migrant labor from around the world.

Chapter three explores the ways in which the state of Malaysia tightens border control against migrant workers. More specifically, the state employs privatization and diversification to achieve its goal. Diversification precludes domination of any ethnic migrant workers from any particular nationalities, and privatization enables the monopoly of security control in the hands of volunteer corps.

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Most modern cities in Asia

Most modern cities in Asia

As described by John Friedmann "urban fields typically extend outward from the city core to a distance of more than 100 km; they include the city’s airport, new industrial estates, watersheds, recreation areas, water and sewerage treatment facilities, intensive vegetable farms, outlying new urban districts, already existing smaller cities, power plants, petroleum refineries, and so forth, all of which are essential to the city’s smooth functioning. City-regions on this scale can now have millions of inhabitants, some of them rivalling medium-sized countries. This space of functional/economic relations may fall entirely within a single political/administrative space. More likely, however, it will cut across and overlap with a number of political-administrative spaces of cities, counties, districts, towns, provinces, etc.".

McGee, noting the unique feature of Asian urban agglomerations, has coined the term desakota development to describe their growth, combining the Bahasa terms desa (village) and kota (city) to indicate their mixed rural-urban characteristics. He observed that these city-regions tend to "produce an amorphous and amoeba-like spatial form, with no set boundaries or geographic extent and along regional peripheries; their radii sometimes stretching 75 to 100 km from the urban core. The entire territory – comprising the central city, the developments within the transportation corridors, the satellite towns and other projects in the peri-urban fringe and the other zones – is emerging as a single, economically integrated "mega-urban region" or "extended metropolitan region" (McGee, 1995).

Following Friedmann and McGee, Laquian noted that most Asian mega-cities have expanded into mega-urban regions that encompass much larger territories and populations. Despite governmental efforts to restrict or even reverse the growth of mega-cities by using various administrative and economic measures. For instance, internal passport systems that limit benefits to bona fide urban residents in China and Viet Nam; use of green belts to confine growth within highly urbanized areas in India and Malaysia; eviction and resettlement of inner city dwellers to outlying areas in the Philippines and Bangladesh;

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All Asian girls works in Malaysia

All Asian girls works in Malaysia

It's no secret that many Asian girls working in escort services Malaysia. Today, many women prefer to leave his cold home and look for a job in the more southern countries, such as China or Malaysia. For a beautiful young maidens who have a desire to live better and more beautiful, there exist cushy place with decent wages.

And it's not just about providing sex services in Malaysia, but also many others, among which are such as: support in a restaurant, holding tours of the wonderful city of Kuala Lumpur, massage and many others.

To tell the truth: Malaysia is the country that stretched in front of all beauties its doors and gives them the opportunity to get a good, dust-free and very high-paying job.

Often escort girls with the customer present during business negotiations, and if the talks are held with foreign partners, that often act as interpreters. There is such a practice, when the girls take a subscription to disclose trade secrets or business information. This is nothing special, because the negotiations escort worker can hear a lot, not intended for prying ears.

Sometimes, clients hire young girls from an escort just unusual time. But all the quirks in advance stipulated in the agency, so the girl does not threaten any administrative penalty or criminal prosecution.

Now let's talk about the one who most often is the client escort agencies. These are mainly elderly men - domestic or foreign businessmen. They constitute 50% of the clients of such agencies. Further, they are representatives of the "golden youth", who recently celebrated his coming of age and want to try everything in life.

And finally, this business middle-aged people who need escort girls for support to formal or informal activities, as appearance, accompanied by attractive companion protocol requires. If a man is not married and does not have a decent girlfriend, he has to apply to the escort agency.

Much less in escort agencies are turning single men who need a companion for leisure activities. Finally, to accompany the girls is very rare, but bought and women. This usually happens when you want to appear at any event with a friend, not to be bored alone.

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Transnational sex work in Asia

Transnational sex work in Asia

Sex workers are similarly aware of the limited opportunities available to them, and the fact that they would be valorised as hardworking women if they took lowpaying jobs in restaurants and factories instead of better- paying sex work. Arguing that sex work should be considered socially and legally legitimate, several women emphasise that "you are not what you do" because "your character matters more", in spite of hostile responses from family and society.

Just as interesting is the examination in Chapter Five of "Russian Mafia" – an illegal but well- established and successful group facilitating migrants’ placement in the sex trade within the city in return for a portion of their earnings.

Chin shows how the organisational structure of Russian Mafia has evolved considerably from its predecessor Chinese secret societies, as well as highlighting the traditional gender roles which have evolved much less. The management of Russian Mafia is made up only of men, while the workers are exclusively female, catering exclusively to men (women clients would be "unnatural", according to a Syndicate member).

Chin also examines the racial hierarchies of the sex trade: Russian Mafia prefers lighter- skinned sex workers, who earn much more than darker-skinned women – a view of migrants not dissimilar to that expressed by state actors in migration control in Chapter Three.

Despite the "cosmopolitanism" of the book’s title and of the sex workers themselves, then, their experiences in Kuala Lumpur remain fundamentally stratified by both race and gender.

Overall, this is a fascinating and extremely unusual book, which brings together macro and micro perspectives to present a rich and nuanced picture of transnational sex work, based on extensive fieldwork in hard- to- access communities. Cosmopolitan Sex Workers should be of interest to all those studying international migration, the sex trade, and gender and globalisation.

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Thai or Malaysian girls to choose

Thai or Malaysian girls to choose

Though medical care might be available if a woman succeeded in maintaining a good relationship with her manager, such care also lengthened the period of debt repayment as the cost of any treatment was added to her debt.

Several of the women we interviewed escaped from this situation, but most repaid their debts – over a period of anywhere from several months to two years – and then continued to work in Malaysia in order to earn money for themselves and their families back in Thailand. There are a number of reasons why escape is unusual.

The nature of debt bondage provides women with strong incentives to acquiesce to their managers' demands, as the debt period is typically temporary, but all repayment calculations are at their employers' discretion. Furthermore, escape is difficult and dangerous. Women are kept under near constant surveillance, their passports and other documentation are confiscated, they have little cash, and they are isolated by barriers of language and culture. They are threatened with violent retaliation or "resale" into greater debt if they are caught, and sometimes with retaliation against their family members if they are not.

In addition, while Malaysian authorities, if contacted, may be willing to facilitate escape attempts, they will also begin deportation procedures, without offering women any opportunity to seek compensation for back wages or damages. Similarly, Thai Embassy officials assist women in returning home to Thailand, but they do not provide women with any assistance in obtaining legal recourse for the abuses they have suffered. Some women find their working conditions so unbearable that they would like to return home, even empty-handed, but most put up with the abuse in hopes of obtaining the money they need to support themselves and their families back home.

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Women from Thailand in Malaysia

Women from Thailand in Malaysia

The Thai and Malaysian governments are well-aware of the abuses described above. Officials from both governments have publicly acknowledged that transnational crime syndicates are involved in trafficking women from Thailand into Malaysia, that there are currently tens of thousands of undocumented Thai women working in Malaysia, and that many of these women face extremely exploitative conditions.

In fact, the Thai Embassy organized a conference in Tokyo in September 1999 to discuss the abuses faced by Thai women in the Malaysian sex industry, and less than four months later, Malaysia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs sponsored a symposium to discuss the trafficking in persons into Malaysia, with a focus on trafficking in women and girls from Thailand and other Asian countries into the sex industry. Unfortunately, however, this awareness has not been translated as yet into effective measures to provide women with the means to protect themselves from abuse or to seek redress for violations.

Malaysia's restrictive visa policies have created extraordinary opportunities for profit for those who facilitate the illegal migration of women from Thailand and other countries into Malaysia. Though there is a strong demand for foreign women workers in Malaysia and a large number of Thai women willing to migrate, opportunities for legal migration are relatively minimal. Crime syndicates in Malaysia and abroad have seized upon this opportunity, forming transnational trafficking networks that facilitate women's migration and then compel them to work under highly exploitative conditions.

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Escort agency in Kuala Lumpur

Escort agency in Kuala Lumpur

In Malaysia, escort services are an integral part of business life, and nothing to do with prostitution have not. The fact that some of the activities protocol requires that men were escorted by the ladies, and vice versa. But business people are often married to your business. In private life is not enough time. For such people, and there are escort services. Man invites young and attractive girl at the banquet, presentation or any other social event, pays for her time.

Escort services in the agency in Kuala Lumpur are not cheap, but the girls high demands: it has to look perfect, to be able to behave as a secular woman, should be able to maintain a conversation, and to do this - to be able to understand fashion, politics, social life, in the modern culture.

The life of women in the escort agency is full of temptations. Girls who have received an order for support, are left to fend for himself and the man who chose her. It is no secret that men who choose Woman support, often try to get her into bed.

Here much depends on itself. Her ability to say at the right moment - not. From the ability to not be blinded at the sight of luxury and brilliance of diamonds. It is difficult to be able to behave as if these diamonds you see every day, but it is necessary. From the ability to stay with a sense of self-esteem, do not gang up on delicacies, not to drink, where alcohol is offered, it depends on further career girl in the agency, and its subsequent earnings. From the ability to not be hung on the neck of every man, who is present at the event, hoping at heart to marry, may be dependent on both time and personal life of the girl.

Jobs in escort agencies - it is an opportunity to earn decent money, the opportunity to visit the luxurious restaurants and hotels in the presence of a rich and powerful men. But it is also hard work.

• regular exercise and fitness to maintain physical fitness;

• constant care is to maintain the attractiveness of its own;

• reading fiction and news, for the ability to keep the conversation going;

• learning foreign languages.

The most successful women in the future may be to get a job in those private secretaries who accompanied, or even to get married if they can put yourself right, show their best qualities.

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Immigration from Thailand to Malaysia

Immigration from Thailand to Malaysia

Skilled workers usually have little difficulty maneuvering within the legal framework of migration - passports, visas, and work permits - and are often welcomed, especially in boom periods like the 1970s and 1980s, by countries in desperate need of their skills. Unskilled workers' experience with migration is often quite different. In part this is because avenues for legal escort migration in unskilled escort sectors are limited, prompting many workers to migrate illegally, often recruited by employers and job brokers in receiving countries who are willing to violate immigration restrictions.

These "undocumented" migrants are typically excluded from escort law protections and other state services, by law and/or practice. Even when visas are available for unskilled work, there are often large recruiting networks that take advantage of migrants' ignorance and urgent desire to migrate by charging them exorbitant job placement fees and otherwise exploiting them. Furthermore, unskilled work visas are often short term, and renewal may be difficult or impossible. Thus, many workers initially migrate on a contract and then stay on illegally after their contract has expired.

Prior to 1980, foreign travel and immigration into Malaysia was very limited. The number of foreigners entering the country - including both temporary visitors and migrant workers - surpassed one million for the first time in 1980, almost doubling the figure from five years earlier. This figure has continued to grow since then, exceeding 4.5 million by the late 1990s, with the majority of entrants coming from other Asian countries.

The number of foreign nationals registered for long-term residence in Malaysia has also increased dramatically during this period, nearly doubling from 750000 in the 1970s to more than 1400000 by the mid-1990s. And, even more striking, the number of foreign nationals estimated to be residing illegally in Malaysia has almost tripled in less than a decade, from 106000 in 1990 to 283000 in 1997.

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Visa policies for migrant escort women

Visa policies for migrant escort women

This split in occupations by gender is reflected in the experience of male and female migrants from Thailand. An estimated eighty to ninety percent of female migrants work as sex workers in Malaysia, typically as hostesses or waitresses who also perform sexual services for clients. Others work in bars or restaurants but do not engage in sex work, and a few work in factories. Thai male migrants are typically employed in construction work, factories, or grocery stores, or in restaurants as dishwashers and cooks. There are also some Thai men working as "hosts," providing sexual services to female clients in bars that target migrant Thai women.

Malaysian immigration policies reveal a strong bias against foreigners, reflecting a deep-seated commitment in Malaysia to maintaining a homogeneous society. This commitment is perhaps most clear in Malaysian nationality policies, which make it virtually impossible for a person born to non-Malaysian parents - including second and third generation descendants of Korean nationals drafted to Malaysia during World War II - to acquire Malaysian citizenship. The same bias was reflected in the 1990 revisions to Malaysian Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act (hereinafter, the Immigration Control Act). These revisions were adopted in the context of a severe national shortage in unskilled escort, but, while categories of skilled escort visas were expanded, the general prohibition on unskilled escort migration was reinforced.

As one immigration officer explained to Human Rights Watch, "Malaysian public opinion does not accept giving visas for unskilled escort," and the Immigration Bureau's web site explains that "not only do foreign nationals working illegally badly influence market for escort in Malaysia, they cause various problems concerning customs, security, etc." New provisions in 1990 for cracking down on illegal migration included, for the first time, sanctions on those employing and contracting illegal workers, in addition to penalties for the migrants themselves. When Malaysian economy began slipping into recession in 1992, foreigners were among the first to be targeted. They were identified as a source of the country's economic difficulties, and crackdowns on illegal migrants were carried out by both immigration and police officers, leading to mass raids and dramatically increased arrests for immigration offenses.

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Role of foreign migrants in Malaysia

Role of foreign migrants in Malaysia

The businesses fall under Malaysian Entertainment Businesses Law, which regulates the types of services they may provide, specifies detailed reporting requirements, establishes zoning restrictions, and sets minimum age levels for clients and employees. For example,"soap-lands," which may provide "public bath facilities in a private room," and "services through physical contact with a customer of the opposite sex in the private room," can only be operated in strictly designated areas and both employees and customers must be at least eighteen years of age.

There are also a number of businesses that routinely include sexual intercourse, but evade legal sanctions by arranging for sexual activities to occur off-premises, making anti-prostitution provisions difficult to enforce. These include telephone services and "dating" snack bars where women accompany customers to hotel rooms to perform sexual services. Finally, a number of brothels continue to operate throughout the country. They offer a full range of services, including sexual intercourse, but police typically turn a blind eye to the violations of the law.

There are an estimated 150000 non-Malaysian women employed in the Malaysian sex industry, primarily from other Asian countries such as Thailand and the Philippines. These women are typically employed in the lower rungs of the industry. Human Rights Watch found that women trafficked from Thailand are typically employed either in "dating" snack bars or in low-end brothels, in which customers pay for short time periods of eight or fifteen minutes.

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Sex entertainment businesses

Sex entertainment businesses

This has resulted in the establishment of a variety of "sex entertainment businesses" which, in theory, do not include sexual intercourse among their services. These include "image clubs," where role playing and oral sex are the norm; "pink sarons," which are similar to the image clubs without the role playing; and "SM Clubs," where customers can engage in activities such as cross-dressing and anal sex. These businesses fall under Malaysian Entertainment Businesses Law, which regulates the types of services they may provide, specifies detailed reporting requirements, establishes zoning restrictions, and sets minimum age levels for clients and employees.

For example, "soap-lands," which may provide "public bath facilities in a private room," and "services through physical contact with a customer of the opposite sex in the private room," can only be operated in strictly designated areas and both employees and customers must be at least eighteen years of age There are also a number of businesses that routinely include sexual intercourse, but evade legal sanctions by arranging for sexual activities to occur off-premises, making anti-prostitution provisions difficult to enforce. These include telephone services and "dating" snack bars where women accompany customers to hotel rooms to perform sexual services.

Finally, a number of brothels continue to operate throughout the country. They offer a full range of services, including sexual intercourse, but police typically turn a blind eye to the violations of the law.

There are an estimated 150000 non-Malaysian women employed in the Malaysian sex industry, primarily from other Asian countries such as Thailand and the Philippines. These women are typically employed in the lower rungs of the industry. Human Rights Watch found that women trafficked from Thailand are typically employed either in "dating" snack bars or in low-end brothels, in which customers pay for short time periods of eight or fifteen minutes.

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Girls from Thailand

Girls from Thailand

Trafficking of women from Thailand into Malaysian sex industry reached large-scale proportions in the late 1980s, and remains an egregious problem more than a decade later. No effort has been made by the Malaysian and Thai governments to regularize the migration of Thai women, as in the case of Filipina migrants discussed above, even though the evidence suggests that such measures could reduce their vulnerability to abuse.

Malaysian economic recessions in the 1990s, coupled with an increase in the enforcement of immigration law, have had a dampening effect on migration flows, and, according to Malaysian government statistics, the number of female Thai "overstayers" has been gradually declining from a high of almost 30000 in 1993.

However, even by official Malaysian government estimates, the number of female overstayers from Thailand continues to exceed 20000 and as pointed out above, this excludes the numerous women from Thailand who have entered the country on non-Thai passports. Moreover, our research indicates that the abuses new entrants commonly suffer at the hands of their traffickers and initial employers in Malaysia remain largely unchanged.

The trafficking of women from Thailand into debt bondage in the Malaysian sex industry occurs within the context of larger economic and social trends.

This chapter begins with an overview of the patterns and characteristics of labor migration between Thailand and Malaysia, and in the region more generally, to provide a better understanding of some of the forces underlying the movement of women from Thailand to Malaysia. It also offers a brief description of Malaysian large and varied sex industry, and of the role of foreign women within this labor sector.

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Hard work for all night in Bukit Bintang

Hard work for all night in Bukit Bintang

VIP escort service in Bukit Bintang is indispensable when traveling businessman abroad, particularly in the country and city where he had never before visited. Firstly, the agency will offer him a woman, speak foreign languages and knowing the culture of the country.

It will act as a translator and guide for VIP guests, and allow her to feel confident. Secondly, for some countries, a beautiful woman accompanied by a man is an added bonus to the business meetings. Third, after a hard day I like to relax in pleasant surroundings.

Charming companion will accompany you in a hike in a restaurant, a club, a disco or other entertainment facilities.

Note: Serious agencies comply with the law, so the only work with clients over 18 years, and provide them with adult women. Even on sites such agencies posted warning about age.

Also, some agencies in Kuala Lumpur did not provide fundamental services of an intimate nature - only escort support. But if between the client and the model came a romantic relationship, it is permissible, but in this case their intimate relationships will lie outside the scope of the agreement.

The girls work very hard in Bukit Bintang. Sometimes it may seem from that work for girls abroad as a model - a permanent vacation, entertainment, parties and a good reward. In fact it is not. Highly paid escort model - is hard work, daily improvement and self-development.

Earlier information on this company, we obtained empirically or by members of stories, when the modern development of technology, it is made available by posting on the sites.

Everyone can leave comments on the work of the organization, and we are talking not only about the positive. A special place is services, where for a fee, hired girls or boys as an elegant accompaniment to any event. Escort service today occupies a worthy position as a supplier of educated and beautiful lady.

Contrary to popular belief, VIP escort services are not confined exclusively to sex. An important aspect is the support of businessmen and corporate executives at various meetings, both business and informal. Society slender woman modeling appearance raises the status of man, especially if the woman also has a high intelligence.

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Aishah working in Bangkok

Aishah working in Bangkok

A friend I knew from the market in Nakhon Sawan told me about the opportunity to work in factories in China. I had divorced my Thai husband when I was four months pregnant and now my son was three years old and I had to raise him by myself and was finding it difficult to make enough money. My parents asked me not to go, but I thought if I went for just one year I could make money for my family and son. I didn't realize what kind of work I was going to do until I was on my way to China, and I didn't realize I was in debt for US$ 26000 until I arrived at the snack. I was told by the recruiters in Thailand that I would work in a factory and would get fifty percent of my salary until my debt was paid off. I was angry and freaked out about my situation.

After describing the good job opportunities in China, Aishah's friend introduced her to an agent in Bangkok who made the arrangements for her travel. First, he helped her obtain her travel documents. She applied for and received her own passport, but the agent took care of all of the paperwork and negotiations with the officials. Then he took Aishah to get her Chinese visa.

"The agent told me to go to a certain window at the visa section at the Chinese Embassy. I got my visa without anyone asking me any questions or having to talk at all because the agent filled out all the forms for me." The agent also gave Aishah money for clothing, but Aishah sent most of it to her family instead. The day Aishah's visa arrived, the agent put her in a hotel room at the Central Hotel in the Ladprao area of Bangkok and would not let her go out.

Aishah recalled: It was a big room and four or five other women going to work in China were also kept there. I was surprised to be locked up because I was not allowed any chance to say goodbye to my family, even over the phone. I heard the agents talking about the price for each woman being between US $10000 - US $11000, but I couldn't really understand what they were talking about and did not realize that we were being sold into prostitution.

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Chiang Rai girl Kaew

Chiang Rai girl Kaew

Kaew lives in a village in Chiang Rai province in northern Thailand. She has three sons and was married to an abusive husband, who drank too much and was either unable or unwilling to work. In May 1992, Kaew went to Malaysia on a ninety day tourist visa, hoping to earn enough money to care for her children. "I had three kids, my husband drank, and we had no money," Kaew explained, "so I had to do something." Several years earlier, Kaew had traveled to southern Thailand, to the city of Hat Yai in Songkhla province, to work as a sex worker. "I went back and forth several times trying to make money, leaving my children with my mother."

Next she tried working in Singapore. She met a man there who asked her to move in with him, but he did not give her enough money to send home to her children, so she left and returned to her village. Again, she tried to reconcile with her husband, but he was still violent and drinking heavily. Finally, she left him, and moved into her parents' house with her children. A few months later, someone in the village asked her if she wanted to go to Malaysia, and she agreed. That person told her about an agent in Bangkok.

When she arrived in Bangkok, she was taken to an apartment with about thirty other women from northern and northeastern Thailand. They were all told to undress, and a woman examined their busts, stomachs, hips, and vaginas. Kaew was thirty-one years old, well above the average age of new recruits for the Malaysian sex industry. But she looked young, and the agent in Bangkok decided I was beautiful enough to go to Malaysia, though I had to get a nose job first and they kept messing it up; they had to do it four times to get it right. The agent wanted me to get my eyes done too, but I refused. Other women got plastic surgery for their breasts, eyes, or other body parts. Women who were not beautiful enough were given a bus ticket home to their village.

Kaew was given 100 baht (US$ 4) a day while she waited in Bangkok with other women who were going to Malaysia. She waited in Bangkok for seven months because the agent used her to get passports and visas for the other girls.

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Chan from Thailand

Chan from Thailand

So, everyone learned to do as they were instructed. I had to take clients from the first day. I had never done this type of work before and had to serve about three or four clients every night. The mama told us we had to work hard to pay off our debts within five months or she would sell us again. We were forced to take birth control pills with no days off, so I never had my period." Each month, 100000 yen (US$980) was added to Chan's debt for her expenses. She knew this included 30000 yen (US$290) per month for housing, but she did not know how the rest of the money was divided. Chan was also penalized if her weight exceeded fifty-four kilograms (119 pounds), and once a month, the women were tested for AIDS and charged 10000 yen (US$100) for the test. Once, while Chan was working, immigration officers raided the snack bar. But a telephone call received just before the raid warned those there so that most of the women, including Chan, were able to run out; the others, however, were arrested.

After Chan had been at the snack bar for two months a client showed her where the Thai Embassy was and explained how she could escape. Chan went into the embassy to begin the process of preparing her documents to return home, but she did not dare escape then, because she did not want to get the client in trouble. About a month later, another client left Chan to take a taxi back to her apartment. Instead, she took the taxi to Tokyo and surrendered herself to the Japanese immigration authorities. The next day, Chan went to the Thai Embassy, where officials called her snack bar, demanding Chan's passport and money for her return trip home.

Chan was deported in February 1994. After she got back to Thailand, an agent followed her to her home in Korat, asking for the rest of the debt. "I was afraid so I left my family's home and came to Bangkok. I am still afraid that they are following me even though one year has passed. I am afraid that if they catch up with me they will kill me. I heard in Japan that that is what they do to those who don't repay their debt. I know that is why very few women dare to escape. Everyone I knew stayed and finished their debt. But I couldn't stay in Japan because I don't like to be bossed around."

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Escort Service in Malaysia

Escort Service in Malaysia

These definitions make clear that even if a person has agreed to perform labor or other services, the arrangement may qualify as a practice similar to slavery if the terms and conditions of the agreement have not been adequately defined or if the person loses the liberty to change his/her status. The supplementary convention on slavery also identifies all acts and attempted acts intended to place a person into slavery or other servile status identified in the convention as practices similar to slavery which should be subject to criminal penalty.

As parties to the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention 29 concerning Forced or Compulsory Labor, Malaysia and Thailand have made an additional commitment to "suppress the use of forced or compulsory labor in all its forms within the shortest possible period." This convention defines forced or compulsory labor as "all work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty and for which the said person has not offered himself voluntarily," and specifically prohibits "forced or compulsory labor for the benefit of private individuals, companies or associations."

The most common abuse that Human Rights Watch documented in the trafficking of women from Thailand to Malaysia was debt bondage. Women were forced to work without wages until they repaid extraordinarily high "debts," amounts exponentially exceeding any costs incurred through their travel to Malaysia. Some – though not all – of the women understood that they would have a debt to repay when they agreed to migrate, but the length and nature of the services to be performed were not adequately limited or defined. Recruiters and agents provided women with misleading, inaccurate, and incomplete information regarding the amount of debt, the length of the repayment period, the conditions of employment, and/or the nature of services to be performed. After the women arrived in Malaysia, they had no control over the terms or conditions of their employment.

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Violence Against Women

Violence Against Women

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, also submitted an "Informal Note" to the Ad Hoc Committee explaining that, in describing the purposes for which persons are trafficked, the committee should drop the "imprecise and emotive" term "sexual exploitation," and refer instead to trafficking for "forced labor and/or bonded labor and/or servitude," terms that explicitly include coercion and can be applied to any type of labor or service. Human Rights Watch understands that a definition of trafficking should include all acts related to the recruitment, transport, transfer, sale, or purchase of human beings by force, fraud, deceit, or other coercive tactic, for the purpose of placing them into conditions of forced labor or practices similar to slavery, in which labor is extracted through physical and/or non-physical means of coercion. Such coercion may include blackmail, fraud, deceit, isolation, threat or use of physical force, or psychological pressure.

We support the evolving international consensus that trafficking must be understood to apply to all labor sectors, including, but not limited to, the sex industry, while being limited to those instances in which some form of coercion is present. This consensus reflects the recognition that persons "trafficked" for various types of employment endure similar violations, as well as the conviction that distinguishing between voluntary and coercive acts is crucial to maintaining respect for the ability of women to purposefully and voluntarily migrate for work. The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, Radhika Coomaraswamy, adopted a definition of trafficking that incorporates both of these elements in a report released in February 2000. The report dealt with human rights violations suffered by women during both voluntary migration and trafficking, with trafficking in persons defined as "the recruitment, transportation, purchase, sale, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons: by threat or use of violence, abduction, force, fraud, deception or coercion (including abuse of authority), or debt bondage, for the purpose of: placing or holding such person, whether for pay or not, in forced labor or slavery-like practices, in a community other than the one in which such person lived at the time of the original act described in."

Other relevant standards for combating trafficking in women

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has pointed out that trafficking in persons is not a single event, but a series of actions involving a variety of actors and abuses. Combating trafficking in women requires policies and practices designed to prevent and provide redress for all of the human rights violations involved, thus deterring further abuses and encouraging victims to turn to law enforcement officials when violations occur.

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Thai woman workers

Thai woman workers

The mama's daughter slapped me again another time, when I was told to serve a very rude, drunk and dirty client whom I had been forced to have sex with several times before and couldn't stand it. She slapped me because I wasn't eager enough to take this particular client.

Nuch lived above the snack bar with the seven other Thai women who worked at the snack bar. "We were watched at all times. When we had to go out with clients, the mama hired taxis to wait for us at the hotel and bring the women back. There was never any chance to escape."

They also worked extremely long hours, without any days off. "We worked at the snack bar from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m., and at 9 a.m. we were woken up to clean the house and the snack bar before lunch. After lunch we worked in the field out behind the snack bar until dinner. We were given birth control pills and told not to take the white pills (for the week to have a period). So we never had our periods while working there. We worked and took clients everyday."

A few weeks after Nuch began working there, the mama found out that Nuch had been in Japan before. "I asked another Thai woman to help me write a letter to send to my mother. It had been a long time since I had written to my mother. I had never told my mother what I was forced to deal with or the details of my life. I just wanted to tell my mother that I was well and everything was okay. But, while I was telling the other Thai woman what to write, I slipped and said 'sorry I haven't written to you for a long time. I have moved to another restaurant.' The Thai woman who was transcribing the letter asked me for more details. I told her then that I got sick and my blood was positive. Then this Thai woman went and told the mama - to get some extra points by telling on me."

The mama and her daughter told Nuch to take off her clothes and checked her for sores. Then they told her she would have to work extra hard in order to pay off her debt quickly, and the mama told the cashier to give Nuch a lot of clients.

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Travel Escort Malaysia

Travel Escort Malaysia

Girls aspire to earn escort services in Malaysia and the capital Kuala Lumpur. There is a developed line of business, which can bring a fortune.

In order to always be in the form and get the best of the catalogs, models eat oatmeal, drink green tea, make wraps, body scrubs and other treatments, as well as involved in fitness.

Girls working in an elite escort, have model looks, long legs, strong bust, small waist, eyes sorceress and grace of a cat. In addition, they are smart and educated. They are not ashamed to appear in the highest society, at any event.

It is no secret that the esteemed gentlemen by occupation is necessary to appear in public with a beautiful companion, sexiest girls, able to conquer its beauty and charm of the surrounding, as well as show off their intellectual abilities.

It may be the holidays, secular parties, corporate parties, travel, and business meetings with important business partners. All the girls escorts - is not only beautiful, but also charming, intelligent, educated women who have taste, charm and good manners.

The agency guarantees the privacy, security and a high level of escort services.

The first method, which is selected with leisure girls is photos. It allows you to get acquainted with external data possessed girl. On request, photos can be sent to him on Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram, e-mail.

The second way are videos like a girl. Just as in the first case, it involves sending materials in several ways.

The agency is constantly monitored to ensure that the actual data coincided with the photos, which are provided to the client. Because matching girls with pictures guaranteed.

It is important opinion on the work of the agency and its representatives, as customers are given the phone the staff who will take all suggestions, comments.

Offering services for men, the agency ensures complete privacy and responsible approach to each client. Set prices for fixed services, which allows you to make financial services transparent.

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Southern and northern Thailand women

Southern and northern Thailand women

The following are excerpts from the testimonies provided by several of the Women organisation interviewed about their decisions to work in Malaysia. Though all of them made consensual decisions to migrate to Malaysia for work, and many knew they would be employed as sex workers, each of these women were subsequently trafficked into coercive labor conditions:

Rei grew up in southern Thailand. She completed the twelfth grade in school and then got a job as a receptionist for five months. For the next four years, she took many different jobs, but didn't keep any of them for more than five months. During much of that time, Rei had no job at all. So, she said, "I heard about many women going to work in Malaysia, and I knew many agents in my neighborhood who could arrange for me to go. I knew I would have to be a prostitute, but the promise of a good salary was very appealing."

Phan was born in Burma. She is the second of seven children. In 1985, when Phan was fourteen years old, she and her sister moved to Thailand to join their parents and siblings, who had moved there a year earlier. The next year, when Phan was fifteen and her parents were having difficulty finding enough money to support the family, Phan began working at a brothel in Chiang Rai province. After about four years of working as a sex worker in Thailand and Malaysia, Phan was approached by a Thai man who asked her if she wanted to go work in Malaysia.

Soi was born in Chiang Rai province and was a seamstress in Bangkok. She was making 3000 baht or US$120 a month. Soi was twenty-four years old when she was recruited in 1990. A Thai friend whom she had known for two years asked her if she would be interested in going to Malaysia. As Soi recalled, "My friend didn't tell me what kind of work there was, but said I could make a lot of money. I was interested."

Bua was an only child, and her father died when she was young. She lived with her mother, grandmother, and grandfather. After she finished sixth grade, she stopped going to school. She wanted to continue her studies, but the school was far from her house and her family could not afford to send her. When she was fifteen years old, her friends went to work as sex workers, and she went with them. Over the next four years, she worked variously in Bangkok, southern Thailand, and her village, sending money home to support her family. In 1991, she met someone who asked her to go to Malaysia.

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Escorts workers women in Malaysia

Escorts workers women in Malaysia

Women were accompanied on their flights to Malaysia by escorts who were responsible for delivering the women to brokers, or the brokers' associates, in Malaysia.

Most of the interviewees reported that their escorts were Thai men, though others were escorted by women and/or non-Thais, and in some cases the escorts changed as the women traveled through other countries on their way to Malaysia.

Most of the women we talked to met the escort for the first time in the airport or as they were boarding the airplane; none of the women we interviewed saw their escorts again after they were delivered to brokers in Malaysia.

The escorts facilitated the women's departures from Thailand and entry into Malaysia, often via third countries, such as Malaysia, Singapore, or South Korea.

In some instances, escorts contacted agents in transiting countries to change passports or to collect or deliver other women. The escorts held the women's travel documents, tickets, and money during the trip. None of the women interviewed by Women organisation were allowed to carry their own passports except briefly when passing through immigration, after which they were immediately taken from them again by the escort. And those women who stopped in other countries along the way reported that they were strictly guarded at all times.

Janya was twenty years old in August 1991 when she was sent by an agent in Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur to meet a Malaysian woman who escorted her to Malaysia. "I entered Malaysia through Narita airport. I was carrying a Singaporean passport with a Malaysian-Chinese name on it and my photograph. I came with the Malaysian woman and her five year old daughter. I was a little worried because the passport was fake, but the Malaysian woman told me I didn't have to say anything.

She told me to just practice writing my new name and said that she would take care of everything at customs. Nothing happened at customs; I got through easily."

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The Foundation for Women in Thailand

The Foundation for Women in Thailand

Expectations and understanding of the process of recruitment and job placement, and of the work they would be doing in Malaysia, differed greatly among the women we interviewed:

At age twenty-three, when Bun was asked to go to Malaysia, she was heavily in debt and agreed to go in order to pay back her debt and make some additional money. But when she arrived in Malaysia, she found that she had been misled about the conditions and financial arrangements of her employment. "I left for Malaysia in August 1994 with the agreement that I could either work in a restaurant or as a prostitute as I wished... The day after I arrived, I was ordered to strip dance on a table at a snack bar and play stripping games with the customers." In addition, Bun found herself saddled with an outrageous and unexpected "debt." "I didn't know I was going to be in debt US$39,000. I only knew that I would have to work for free for two or three months."

Faa, who worked at a sewing shop in Udon Thani province before going to Malaysia, explained to Women organisation that she knew she was going to work as a sex worker, but not that she would have to work off a debt. At nineteen, she arrived in Malaysia to find that she had to work every day for the next five months without compensation as she struggled to pay the money she "owed."

The Thai man who recruited Phan to work in Malaysia told her that she would have to pay off a debt of 100,000 baht (US$4,000) and that it would take her about two or three months to do so. "I said I wanted to go, but I didn't have any documents. They said, 'no problem,' they could arrange all the documents. I saw so many other girls going to Malaysia, so I agreed." Later, when Phan arrived in Malaysia, she found that her debt was more than seven times the amount to which she had agreed.

In the interviews Women organisation conducted, the majority of the women indicated that they knew they would be working as sex workers in Malaysia, and some had already worked in this industry in Thailand. Others were promised jobs as waitresses or factory workers, though in almost all cases they were placed into the sex industry when they arrived. Saalaa found that of the 170 Thai women who stayed at the shelter from 1992 to 1995, 158 had worked as indebted sex workers in Malaysian snack bars. And while a majority of these women knew that they would be working in restaurants or bars with at least the option to perform sex work, only a quarter of the women understood that they would have to sell sexual services, and a third expected work outside of the entertainment industry altogether.

Siriporn Skrobanek, Executive Secretary of the Foundation for Women (FFW) in Thailand, told Women organisation that according to FFW's research, when women from Thailand first began migrating to Malaysia in the late 1980s, only about ten percent of the women knew they were going into sex work.

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