Chinese police round up alleged sex workers and clients at an entertainment centre in Dongguan
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China in sex trade crackdown in Dongguan

Police in China have launched a crackdown on the sex trade in Dongguan, following a state TV report on prostitution in the southern city.

Police arrested 67 people and shut down 12 venues, while two police chiefs were suspended, state media report.

Prostitution is illegal in China, but the sex trade is widespread.

Portia Walker reports.

  • 11 Feb 2014
  • From the section China
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