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The Asian escort girls - prostitution education

The Asian Sample

The Asian Sample

Contrary to the popular image, our data show that a variety of Chinese women from diverse backgrounds go overseas to engage in prostitution. This suggests that there may be more diversity among the parties involved in transnational prostitution than is commonly supposed. Of the 149 women we interviewed outside China, many were young, single women, but a large proportion of them were also married women in their thirties or forties. Most of them were indeed from rural areas. Most interestingly, about 4 out of 10 of them had engaged in prostitution while they were still in China.

The vast majority of the xiaojies we interviewed were 20 years old or older. The average age of our subjects was 30.79; only one subject in our sample was a juvenile—a 17-year-old girl we met in Singapore. Forty-four percent of the subjects were between 21 and 30, 39 percent of them were between 31 and 40, 11 percent of them were 41 or older, and a couple of subjects were in their fifties. There is a possibility that some of our subjects were actually older than what they admitted, as it is common practice among prostitutes to underreport their age so that they can appear more attractive and generate more business. On the other hand, we do not believe that any of them told us they were older than they actually were.

Most of our subjects had either graduated from middle or high school, with the mean years of education being 10. Twelve percent of them had only an elementary school education, 37 percent middle school, 34 percent high school, and 17 percent college (undergraduate). Taken together with age, these women are both older and better educated than has been commonly portrayed. And we think that both these factors are related to vulnerability to exploitation. Many subjects said they did not like school when they were young, so they stopped attending after graduating from elementary or middle school and stayed home to do house chores.

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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 mother’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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Family in Beijing

Family in Beijing

Even though our female subjects came from all over China (a total of 59 towns or cities), many of them were from areas around Chongqing and Changde (Hunan Province) in central China, from Harbin (Heilongjiang Province), Changchun (Jilin Province), and Shenyang (Liaoning Province) in the far northeast, and from the capital Beijing. Subjects from Hunan Province made up 14 percent of the sample, Chongqing City and Sichuan Province made up 13 percent, and Liaoning Province 12 percent. The three major source areas for xiaojies in China are believed to be Sichuan Province, Hunan Province, and the three provinces in the northeast (Heilongjiang, Jilin, and Liaoning). It is important to point out that very few of our subjects were actually born in the major cities mentioned above. Most were born in the rural hinterland around those big cities, and it was not unusual for them to travel for many hours by bus or train from where they lived to a big city nearby. Moreover, many of them were already living away from home, usually in coastal areas, for several years before they left China. According to Tiantian Zheng, of the two hundred hostesses she studied in Dalian (Liaoning Province), only four were from cities.

As already mentioned, most of our subjects came from poor families. Thirty-six percent of our subjects said their fathers were farmers, 30 percent laborers, and 8 percent of fathers were retired or unemployed. Thirty-six percent of the subjects said their mothers were farmers, 22 percent laborers, and 21 percent were retired or unemployed. Only a very small percentage of our subjects’ parents had professional jobs. There is no doubt that the majority of our subjects belonged to very ordinary families with very little power or privilege.

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Girl Status

Girl Status

Half of our subjects were either married (24%) or divorced (26%), and 40 percent of them had at least one child. All the married or divorced women became prostitutes only after their marriages. There is a possibility that a very small number of subjects might have deceived us about their marital status, telling us they were divorced when in fact their marriages were intact, or saying they were single when they were actually married. Juan Juan, a 42-year-old married woman from Yingkou (Liaoning Province) who was working as a hostess in Bangkok, explained why they might do this: "I am married and I have a good relationship with my husband, but I tell my customers here that I am divorced. Otherwise, why would they give me money? If I say I am married, they will think that I will give all the money they give me to my husband".

Given their typical circumstances, it is not difficult to imagine that these women did not have especially good, high paying jobs in China. But that does not mean they were necessarily only ordinary workers or unemployed. Instead nearly a third of them reported doing what is considered professional work, or they worked for the government or in a private business, or were involved in the entertainment business. The latter is of particular interest because the entertainment sector has been considered a target for the recruitment of young women with aspirations for glamorous jobs as dancers, singers, actresses, and so on. As previously indicated, the largest portion (41 percent) told us they were already engaged in prostitution before they went abroad. We want to stress that this does not preclude the possibility that they may have been victimized earlier. Likewise, it also does not mean that these subjects could not have been subsequently victimized through physical abuse or various forms of deception or coercion when they went overseas.

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The Asian escort girls - prostitution education in Malaysia
The Asian escort girls - prostitution education in Malaysia
The Asian escort girls - prostitution education in Malaysia
The Asian escort girls - prostitution education in Malaysia

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Most of our subjects had either graduated from middle or high school, with the mean years of education being 10. Twelve percent of them had only an elementary school education, 37 percent middle school, 34 percent high school, and 17 percent college (undergraduate). Taken together with age, these women are both older and better educated than has been commonly portrayed.

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