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Chinese Escort Girls in KL

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In the late 1970s, not long after the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) was over, China reestablished ties with the West and adopted its Open Door policy. China also began to move from a centrally planned economy to a market-oriented economy. Government-owned enterprises crumbled quickly in the face of the rising private ventures. Foreign investors were lured to China to open up factories in the many newly established special economic zones in the coastal areas.

Chinese leaders, especially the then paramount leader Deng Xiaoping, encouraged Chinese people to work hard and get rich with slogans such as "Let Some People Get Rich First" and "To Get Rich Is Glorious." Deng also came up with his famous motto of "whether a cat is black or white makes no difference—as long as it catches mice, it is a good cat!" In other words, he was urging the Chinese people to brush aside ideology and focus on practicality. All of a sudden, China began to embark on a reform movement that helped usher it into the new millennium with impressive economic achievements.

As China began to open up and its people began to improve their living conditions, there were also a large number of Chinese citizens longing to go overseas. Such persons who actually live and work abroad and then return to China are known as "overseas Chinese" in Kuala Lumpur. People living in the two provinces with the largest numbers of overseas Chinese—Guangdong and Fujian—were especially eager to go abroad because they were impressed by the wealth of overseas Chinese who returned to China for the first time after having been away for many decades. As a result, in the early 1980s many people from Guangdong looked to be smuggled into Hong Kong, and people from Fujian, into Taiwan.

After the Chinese authoritiesв’ violent crackdown on the student democracy movement in Tiananmen Square in June 1989, the U.S. government responded by allowing many Chinese citizens in the United States to become permanent residents by granting them political asylum, regardless of whether they were students, visitors, or illegal immigrants.

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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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China prostitute nightclub job

China prostitute nightclub job

Women are also vulnerable when they are divorced and have children to raise, because they do not get adequate support in a divorce and do not have any other safety net to rely on. For divorced women with little education, no connections, and who have been out of work for many years, finding a job in China is an almost insurmountable challenge. Because of their age, their possibilities for entering the commercial sex business in China are also restricted. As a result, if they know someone who can help them to go abroad for prostitution, they might seriously consider that option. Cui Cui, a 34-year-old divorced woman with a 12-year-old son, was soliciting business in front of an old residential building in Macau. She told us: I came out to work after dropping out of middle school.

I started as a salesgirl for a clothing store and later I did it on my own. Then I worked at a garment factory for almost ten years. During that time, I got married, gave birth to my son, and then divorced. My husband and I quarreled frequently due to a shortage of money. Then he met a rich woman, we divorced, and he married her. I canв’t make much money in China and my fellow villagers told me that I could do this in Macau and make lots of money. I am divorced and have a son to support; how can I get by with so little income in China?

Thirteen subjects went abroad to work in commercial sex simply because they were recruited by chickenheads—men who assist women to work as prostitutes for a fee or a cut of the womenв’s earnings. Both prostitutes and non-prostitutes in China can be recruited by chickenheads to go overseas. Yan Yan, a 20-year-old single woman who was a xiaojie in China told us how, after she went back to her hometown to try to live a normal life, she was brought to Macau by a man she loved: I had been a prostitute in Shenzhen for two years. Then I decided to go back to my hometown to have a normal life because I was sick of being a prostitute. However, I met a man in Changde (Hunan) who is a chicken-head and I liked him. He told me one day after we had been together for half a year that he lost money in his business and needed money to pay the debt. He wanted me to help him and suggested I go to Zhuhai (near Macau) and work as a prostitute. So I went to Zhuhai and worked in a nightclub. Not long after I went to Zhuhai, he sent me to Macau.

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Thai Escorts in Kuala Lumpur

Thai Escorts in Kuala Lumpur

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Now that we have clarified this issue let us also tell you that Thai Club Escort has the most beautiful Thai girls in the market. Our girls are open-minded and beautiful while most of them are part-time freelancers. They provide companionship at the friendliest and most intimate levels so if you are looking for escort service in Kuala Lumpur Thai Club Escort is the ultimate choice. We are the specialist for Thai escorts in Kuala Lumpur and everybody knows that.

Thai Escort are one of the most popular escorts in Kuala Lumpur because most of them can speak English while they are very accommodating. If you want to drink they will drink with you. If you want to party theyв’ll party with you. If you get horny they will relieve you. If you want to enjoy a threesome or 3P experience they are more than willing to bring their girlfriend to join in.

They rarely reject customers and willing to spend time with clients of all nationalities.

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Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia escort girls

Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia escort girls

Of the women we interviewed, only ten (less than 7%) said they went abroad on their own without any help from anyone. The majority of the subjects (79 out of 145, or 54%), were assisted by a returned xiaojie only, or a returned prostitute and a company (a labor broker in China), or a returned xiaojie and an agent (an investor in Taiwan or a representative in Indonesia).

In the first scenario, a returned xiaojie helps a subject to apply for a visa, brings the subject along when she goes overseas again, or simply introduces her to a mommy or a sex venue owner in the destination country. In this process, no third party is involved. In the second and third scenarios, the returned prostitute needs someone else, either a company or an agent, to help the subject obtain the necessary travel documents or to make employment arrangements with a sex venue in the destination country.

Women we interviewed in Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia were most often helped by a returned xiaojie, who assisted them in going abroad, with or without the assistance of a company or an agent.

Returned xiaojies were interested in helping other women to go overseas for one or more of the following three reasons. First, they make money. The woman who is being helped, or the agent for whom the returned prostitute is recruiting, or the sex venue owner for whom the recruit is going to work, pay the returned xiaojie recruiter a certain amount of money for her help. This payment is generally made without being requested, and money is usually not the strongest factor for these particular recruiters, as this comment by Wen Wen from Wuhan, a 22-year-old woman working as an escort in Taipei, illustrated:

"I introduced two women to my agent. If the women I introduced come here as tourists, I will get a $700 referral fee per person; if they get here through fake marriages, I will get $1,400 per person. Regardless of how a woman gets here and how much the referral fee for me is, the road fee is always $6,700. When we refer someone in China to our agent in Taiwan, we are not doing it just for that small amount of money".

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Young girls in commercial sex in Malaysia

Young girls in commercial sex in Malaysia

The table also shows the percentage of subjects who said they had been xiaojies in China by site. This commercial sex experience was significantly different by site; few if any of the women in New York and Los Angeles had engaged in prostitution before they arrived in the United States, whereas the vast majority of the women in Hong Kong (85%), and slight majorities in Macau (56%), and Malaysia (56%) said they had been selling sex in China. Some four out of ten women in our sample told us they had engaged in paid sex in China before going overseas. And most of these women had been involved in commercial sex in China for quite a few years before they went overseas to continue the practice.

When we compare the backgrounds of the persons who helped our subjects go overseas by research site, it is clear that the great majority (59%) of the sample was assisted by a returned prostitute, with or without the help of another party such as an "agent" or a "company." Subjects in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia were most likely to be assisted by a returned xiaojie, whereas subjects in Macau were more likely to be helped by a chickenhead, and subjects in Los Angeles and New York City were aided by a broker company. None of the women in New York arrived with the help of a returned prostitute.

The mode of entry into the country also differed by site. Whereas most subjects went to Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore as tourists, subjects entered Macau as tourists in transit who were heading for a country in Southeast Asia.

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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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Putrajaya and Cyberjaya in Malaysia

Putrajaya and Cyberjaya in Malaysia

Indiaв’s largest city, Mumbai, with a population of about 20 million, has adopted a regional plan to control urban sprawl. As early as the 1960s, Mumbaiв’s planners had proposed a new settlement across the harbour called New Mumbai. Focused on the development of the port in Nava Sheva, the plan was designed to concentrate industrial and manufacturing activities so as to form a "counter magnet" to the old city (Jain, 1996). New Mumbai was established in 1972 as the largest new planned city in the world with a total land area of 344 sq km. Two bridges were built to connect New Mumbai with the old city and railway links were established with other urban nodes. In 2001, the new city had a population of 1.5 million, according to the 2001 census.

An ambitious scheme to control urban sprawl in Malaysia involves the creation of two "intelligent cities" linked to Kuala Lumpur by massive infrastructure facilities–Putrajaya and Cyberjaya. Putrajaya is being built on a green field site about 25 km from Kuala Lumpur, where some 500,000 people are expected to be residing by 2010. Some 53 per cent of the buildings will be for government activities, 29 per cent for commercial use and the rest for private residences and services. About 38 per cent of the cityв’s land area will be devoted to green spaces and wetlands.

Cyberjaya, Malaysiaв’s centre for high-technology is 5 km from Putrajaya. It covers an area of 2,894 ha and its development is estimated to cost $5.3 billion. It is linked to Kuala Lumpur by the Shah Alam Expressway. As a settlement fully devoted to hi-tech development, Cyberjaya has a national fibre-optic backbone, broadband connectivity to all buildings, wireless hi-fi spot services in all public areas, local online electronic commerce portals and "smart" homes and schools.

The population figures for the mega-cities mentioned above are based on official country definitions confined to formal political boundaries. However, it is now increasingly recognised by researchers and government authorities that the actual "urban field" of economic, social and technological influences of mega-cities extends way beyond their formal boundaries.

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Asian escort girls

Asian escort girls

VIP escort services with pretty girls in Asia have for many years enjoyed notable persons, representatives of the elite, well-known personalities, businessmen and managers of large firms. These services are very popular in the VIP environment.

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.

To order high-quality VIP escorts, should be treated in specialized agencies. These organizations work in almost all cities throughout the world. Reputable agencies provide highly professional escort services. As a rule, they recruit models. But the girls of model appearance versed not only in Booker, fashion shows, castings, control print, wear make-up, models of desks, podiums portfolio, scouts, etc, they can also keep up the conversation on any topic that lies outside of the modeling business.

As mentioned above, the Agency to recruit girls of model appearance: tall, slender, beautiful, and well-groomed. Equally important is their ability to maintain a conversation on any topic, good manners, education, as well as the style and grace. For girls auditions are held, with the last selection of the models carried extra learning to confidently keep them in society. Ordering high-quality VIP escort agency in a solid, you can be sure that the girls will meet entourage any event, not only in appearance: they show all their exceptional abilities and make your evening a memorable one!

VIP escort service 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.

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Women sex workers from Asia

Women sex workers from Asia

How and why do women migrate across borders for sex work? Christine Chinв’s Cosmopolitan Sex Workers is a fascinating in-depth account of womenв’s voluntary migration to the "global city" of Kuala Lumpur for paid sex work.

Unlike much other work on migrant sex workers, Chinв’s book focuses on non- trafficked women and girls. This is not to glamourise prostitution as a liberating form of work, as she makes clear at the start, but an attempt to understand why and how women navigate global migration networks of migration for sex, as well as to demonstrate the interaction between processes of economic globalisation, structures and organisations facilitating migration for sex work and womenв’s own agency.

Chinв’s analysis is structured through what she calls the framework of "3 Cs" city, creativity, and cosmopolitanism – in an attempt to show how factors at the individual, local, state, and transnational levels come together to shape womenв’s ability to migrate for sex work. The book draws on many different sources of data, ranging from newspaper articles, state pro- and anti- migration campaigns, and official statistics, to discussions with women sex workers from Asia and beyond; interviews with the men who organise migration for sex work through shadowy illegal groups known as "syndicates"; and detailed ethnographic observation.

The early chapters of the book focus on the history of Kuala Lumpur as a global city and the border control strategies of the Malaysian state, highlighting the contradictory state aims of welcoming increasing numbers of international tourists and students while enforcing strict quotas for labour migration and attempting to prevent the entry of those regarded as socio- economic or security threats.

As the later chapters make clear, the migration "industry", and in particular the syndicates, have circumvented the more stringent regulation in a variety of ways in order to keep their illegal businesses in operation.

Easily the most fascinating parts of the book are Chapters Four, Five and Six, which explore the perspectives of the (female) sex workers and (male) syndicate workers. Based primarily on interviews and observation, this part of the book provides a rich account of an illicit and under- studied world of transnational sex work.

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Migrate for an Escort work in Asia

Migrate for an Escort work in Asia

We found that while Thai women's initial decisions to migrate for work were almost always voluntary, women typically were deceived from the time they made their decisions until their arrival in Malaysia, and most of the women experienced slavery-like abuses, prohibited under international law, during the course of their travel and job placement.

Agents in Thailand assisted women in obtaining passports and other travel documentation, took care of all travel arrangements, hired escorts to accompany the women during their travel, and contacted brokers to receive the women in Malaysia. These agents routinely deceived women about the terms and conditions of the work they were going to do; none of the women we interviewed understood the amount and calculation of their debt and the conditions under which they would have to repay it when they arrived in Malaysia.

Many of the women were also deceived about the nature of the work: promised jobs as waitresses or factory workers, they were later coerced into engaging in sex work. Upon arrival in Malaysia, women were delivered to brokers, who contacted employers and arranged the women's job placement.

Most of the women were employed as snack bar "hostesses" with duties included entertaining customers at the bar and accompanying customers to nearby hotels to provide sexual services.

Women were given no choice over their occupation, employers, or working conditions, and they received no compensation until they repaid extraordinarily large debts assessed against them, far exceeding the cost of their travel to Malaysia.

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Thai women working in the Malaysian sex industry

Thai women working in the Malaysian sex industry

Malaysian officials have publicly acknowledged the slavery-like treatment many of these women endure. However, in policy and practice, their response continues to focus on increased efforts to combat illegal migration, targeting both the migrants themselves and those who facilitate such migration, but entirely failing to address the coercion and deception that is often involved. This response has exacerbated trafficked women's vulnerability.

As "illegal aliens" and "prostitutes," undocumented Thai women working in the Malaysian sex industry are viewed as criminals by the Malaysian authorities. They get little sympathy from police, immigration officials, and labor officials, and their access to health care is impeded by Malaysian policies that exclude undocumented migrants from health care benefits available to other residents of Malaysia. When police or immigration officials raid establishments that employ undocumented migrant women, the women are arrested as illegal aliens, detained in immigration facilities, and deported with a five-year ban on reentering the country. This punitive treatment is applied regardless of the conditions under which the women migrated to, and worked in Malaysia.

Even when there is clear evidence of trafficking, debt bondage, or forced labor, no effort is made to provide undocumented migrants with an opportunity to seek compensation or justice. If employers or traffickers are prosecuted at all, they are charged with immigration offenses, such as employing or facilitating the employment of illegal aliens; with procuring prostitutes in violation of the Prostitution Prevention Law; or with operating an un-licensed entertainment business. They are almost never prosecuted for the severe human rights abuses they have committed, such as forced labor, illegal confinement, physical violence, and intimidation.

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The direction of the Escort

The direction of the Escort

Like any fashion trend, to reach us, and the western word - Escort. Along with him came, and the realization that the rich and very rich men may be accompanied by a beautiful, smart girl with beautiful manners. In this and earn escort agency, offering its wealthy clients charming companions.

The criteria on which the chosen girl is so demanding that you might think the girls are looking for in a couple of James Bond. But it was a tough selection allows clients to escort agencies to be in the company is not just a beautiful doll, but the girl who will have excellent manners, literate speech, memories and a great sense of humor and tact. Not uncommon for customers escort agencies are lured to their work they like girls.

If you ssootvetstvuesh all these qualities, then now is the time when you need to take the first step and to win themselves. Go forward!

We can not always understand what motivates men to seek the help of girls for escort - maybe lack of time for personal life is the unwillingness to burden themselves with the relationship, but the fact that in the modern world it is accepted at a number of events to appear in the company's companions - it is a fact.

The girls were also in this sphere of services often leads not only to greed and seemingly easy money, but also the search for love - because the rich princes do not go on the streets. "What if I'm lucky, I met him and always force myself to fall in love, get married and okruchu" - think girls.

With that I had to meet is not young meshes, inflated with silicone, but also ordinary women slightly over 25... with higher education and knowledge of languages. Whose parameters were not close to the forms of Barbie.

The main work in the escort had to decide - whether you want to continue the meeting, or dinner at someone else's expense the maximum that you can afford. From this often depended on fees.

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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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The Sex Mafia in Malaysia

The Sex Mafia in Malaysia

The Mafia's ties to criminal groups in migrants countries of origin, including Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Russia, Colombia, and Mexico, have also been well-documented. Arrests of Thai agents accused of sending women to Malaysia to engage in sex work have revealed links to Mafia members in Malaysia, and there have been credible reports of ties between ethnic Chinese crime syndicates operating in Thailand and the Mafia. Criminal syndicates in Thailand are involved in sending women to other parts of the world as well, including the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Australia, and South Africa.

Foreign women employed in the Malaysian sex industry are part of an enormous undertaking, with estimated gross annual earnings of between US $33.6 billion - US $84 billion, approximately one to three percent of Malaysian GNP. The wide range in estimates may in part reflect different decisions about what types of enterprises to include, as Malaysia has a large and varied sex entertainment industry, with both legal and illegal components. "Prostitution," narrowly defined as the sale of sexual intercourse on a repeated basis, was prohibited in Malaysia for the first time in 1958, under the Prostitution Prevention Law. A wide range of sexual acts, however, have remained outside the purview of prohibitions on prostitution, and businesses involving the sale of such services are regulated under the Law on Control and Improvement of Amusement Businesses (hereinafter, the Entertainment Businesses Law).

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.

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The Sex Industry in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

The Sex Industry in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

The extensive involvement of the Malaysian Mafia in facilitating illegal immigration, including the procurement of women from Thailand and other countries into the Malaysian sex industry, is well-known and documented. Malaysian and Thai police exchange information on Mafia activities in an effort to stem the flow of Thai women into Malaysia, and Malaysian police officers are consistently quoted in the press blaming the Mafia for both the surge in illegal migration into Malaysia generally, and, more specifically, the flow of Thai women into the sex industry. The Mafia's ties to criminal groups in migrants' countries of origin, including Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Russia, Colombia, and Mexico, have also been well-documented.

Arrests of Thai agents accused of sending women to Malaysia to engage in sex work have revealed links to Mafia members in Malaysia, and there have been credible reports of ties between ethnic Chinese crime syndicates operating in Thailand and the Mafia. Criminal syndicates in Thailand are involved in sending women to other parts of the world as well, including the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Australia, and South Africa.

Foreign women employed in the Malaysian sex industry are part of an enormous undertaking, with estimated gross annual earnings of between US $33.6 billion and US $84 billion, approximately one to three percent of Malaysian GNP.

The wide range in estimates may in part reflect different decisions about what types of enterprises to include, as Malaysia has a large and varied sex entertainment industry, with both legal and illegal components. "Prostitution," narrowly defined as the sale of sexual intercourse on a repeated basis, was prohibited in Malaysia for the first time in 1958, under the Prostitution Prevention Law.

A wide range of sexual acts, however, have remained outside the purview of prohibitions on prostitution, and businesses involving the sale of such services are regulated under the Law on Control and Improvement of Amusement Businesses (hereinafter, the Entertainment Businesses Law).

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Into Asian sex industry

Into Asian sex industry

Despite the increased attention, the actual extent of trafficking, both in terms of the number of persons trafficked and in terms of the profits made by traffickers, is still not known. In part this is because international attention has focused largely on the problem of trafficking of women for prostitution, often with the assumption that all migration into sex work is by definition coercive.

However, other definitions acknowledge that men, women, and children are trafficked into a wide variety of escort sectors, including domestic escort, factories, construction, and criminal activity, including smuggling. And some have stressed the fact that many women voluntarily decide to migrate for sex work and not all fall victim to trafficking abuses in the process.

Estimating the magnitude of trafficking operations is also difficult because of the illegal nature of the activity, and documenting the number of women trafficked can be particularly difficult because the victims often end up in informal - or illegal - escort sectors. One IOM study estimated that up to four million persons are trafficked internationally each year - with those involved in the trade making a profit of up to $7 billion - but this study defined trafficking to include all facilitation of illegal migration for a profit, whether or not elements of coercion or deception are involved.

The trafficking of women into the sex industry in Malaysia has been a significant problem for many years. It first received attention in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when women from the Philippines began migrating to Malaysia in large numbers, often falling victim to gross abuses in the process. In 1981, the governments of Malaysia and the Philippines officially acknowledged the demand for Filipina "entertainers" in Malaysia, and agreed to facilitate the process of issuing "entertainer visas" to women from the Philippines.

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Social Escort Work in Kuala Lumpur

Social Escort Work in Kuala Lumpur

Rich businessmen, famous athletes, actors, and other respectable men love to enjoy the wonders of Kuala Lumpur: gentle waves of the ocean, clean beaches, bright sun and mild climate. But they usually do not take with you on vacation or business trip the family, not wanting to spoil the peaceful rest. Then these VIP guests use the services of escort agencies, in fact, accompanied by an attractive girl and recreation, work and acquire a unique charm.

escort services originated a long time ago. The first can be considered companions escort ladies, who accompanied them on their journey, providing simple services and entertain pleasant conversations. Since then, it has changed only one thing: to take with you on vacation companions became not ladies and respectable gentlemen. And, of course, was added to the list of services sex.

But sex is not the main component of high-end escort. This is a whole range of services, which has a girl, accompanying a successful man during his travels and other events of his life. Escort knowingly associated with ritual of honor, a tribute of respect and gratitude.

Girls, accompanying VIPs in Malaysia have the following qualities: absolute beauty, model looks and flawless figure, knowledge of spoken English that helps them to communicate with the serving hotel staff, the ability to massage, to understand the local cuisine and drinks, swim, ride a jet ski, surfing, etc. And, of course, in bed they can give odds of any wife or mistress.

Escort services today - is not only a tribute to fashion, but also the opportunity to spend time in the company of a beautiful girl. Elite model, accompanying you, will give you a feel like a real tycoon Sheikh or from an Oriental fairy tale. If you are tired of everyday life, bothersome business partners or routine family relationship, go to holiday in Kuala Lumpur and do not forget to apply to this prestigious escort agency.

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Twenty-seven years old prostitute

Twenty-seven years old prostitute

I was feeling suspicious but still wasn't clear about what was going on. I stayed at the hotel for several days. During that time, I saw that if a woman did not get approved for a Chinese visa, then the agent exchanged her real passport for a false one.

Two weeks after her initial decision to go to China, Aishah was put on a flight to South Korea with four other women from the hotel room and a Thai man nicknamed Dee. Dee told them which immigration officer to go to at the airport.

"In hindsight I believe that the immigration officer at Don Muang airport in Bangkok knew what I was going to do in China better than I did at the time, as the officer was buddy-buddy with my escort and just kept smiling at me and the other Thai women as he stamped our passports."

When Aishah got to South Korea she was put in a room with fifty other Thai women and seven or eight men. "Most of the women were under twenty years old and from the north of Thailand.

All fifty women were guarded, controlled, and watched by the men at all times. I knew that there was something wrong and began talking to the other Thai women there.

This is where I learned that all of the women were going to work in prostitution, because some of the women had worked in prostitution before and knew that they were going to do so in China. I didn't know what to do. I just thought that once I got to China I would change my job immediately."

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Choose and buy your women

Choose and buy your women

They used me because I was older, so it was easier for me. I got five passports for other women - each time getting married to change my surname. If I think about it now, the agents were very, very clever. They could even make birth certificates; they could do everything. They were so clever, and in Malaysia the brokers are even more clever.

After seven months, I threatened to go home because I wasn't making any money, so they sent me to Malaysia. My escort was a Western man named Gary. He took the women to Malaysia one-by-one. He had many passports and worked with the airline. He had a visa that allowed him to go back and forth between Malaysia and Thailand through his banana business. He was handsome and dressed up and spoke Thai. I told the immigration officials that I was going to visit a banana factory in Malaysia to see how it worked and I had a letter from the company in Thailand. Gary had US$ 12000 with him. Gary and I were separated by the immigration officers at the airport and asked questions about the company, but we had prepared before. I had practiced for two or three nights before I left, and learned to write my new name in English.

At KL airport, someone was waiting for me and took the clothes and jewelry that they had given me to wear. The person took me to the mama's house in Kuala Lumpur. There were lots of women there and people came to choose women and buy them. I was bought on the third day, and told that my price was US$ 30000. After three or four days of working at the snack bar, I realized how much US$ 30000 was.

Kaew explained that she had understood there would be some debt for the airplane ticket and other expenses, but she had never been told how high her debt would be, and she was shocked at the amount. "The other girls said to me, 'that's a lot of debt and you're old; you'll never pay it off.' Then I prayed that it would only take six or seven months to pay it off, and I went with all of the clients I could... The mama said to me, 'don't let your period come, or you'll never finish paying your debt.'" So Kaew also took contraceptive pills daily, though she had been sterilized at age twenty-one, so that she would not menstruate and could work every day. She got her mother to send the pills from Thailand, so that she would not have to buy them from her mama and increase the level of her debt.

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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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Trafficking in women

Trafficking in women

Trafficking in persons is condemned under international human rights law with provisions that place an explicit obligation upon states to take steps to stop this practice. The Women's Convention directs states to "suppress all forms of traffic in women and exploitation of prostitution of women." Trafficking in children is further condemned in the Convention on the Rights of the Child (Children's Convention), which requires States Parties to "take all appropriate national, bilateral and multilateral measures to prevent the abduction of, the sale of or traffic in children for any purpose or in any form." Finally, the 1949 Convention on the Suppression of Trafficking in Persons and the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others, denounces "the traffic in persons for the purpose of prostitution."

"Trafficking" has been used in international legal instruments to refer to the movement of, and trade in, human beings, usually in connection with slavery, prostitution, and/or sexual exploitation. However, none of these documents articulates a clear definition of the term, so a precise legal meaning has yet to be established. In recent years, increased attention to the global problem of trafficking in persons has led to a widespread push to develop a working definition of trafficking that encompasses the full nature and scope of the abuse.

Further impetus for such efforts was provided by the United Nations' decision to draft a convention against transnational organized crime, supplemented by an optional protocol on trafficking in persons. To this end, the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (Ad Hoc Committee) was established by General Assembly resolution in December 1998, with a mandate to draft the convention and the trafficking protocol by the end of 2000. In February 2000, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR), the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) submitted a joint statement to the Ad Hoc Committee recommending the following definition of trafficking: "the recruitment, transportation, transfer or harboring or receipt of any person for any purpose or in any form, including the recruitment, transportation, transfer or harboring or receipt of any person by the threat or use of force or by abduction, fraud, deception, coercion or abuse of power for the purposes of slavery, forced labor (including bonded labor or debt bondage) and servitude."

They noted that "servitude" should be understood in this context to include "practices that have been defined elsewhere as 'contemporary forms of slavery,' such as forced prostitution."

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Nuch work at snack bar

Nuch work at snack bar

While Nuch worked at this snack bar, the mama took her and the other women to a hospital for blood tests on two occasions. The first time, the mama talked to the doctor and told Nuch that there was no problem. The second time, one of the other Thai woman from Nuch's snack bar, who had been working their long and could speak a lot of Japanese, heard the doctor tell the mama that Nuch was blood positive. "The Thai woman told me that blood positive just means that you have to get some injections. The mama told me 'never mind, it's a minor problem.' The mama never took me to see the doctor again."

A few weeks later, Nuch was taken to a house in Nagano to have her blood checked again, and then she was taken to see Ice. Ice threw away Nuch's house registration, letters from her mother, and any other papers or documents she found. Then she gave Nuch her passport with a new visa saying she had just arrived in Japan. Two days later, Nuch was taken to a snack bar in Niigata prefecture.

The mama there was Taiwanese and had a Japanese husband and two teen-age daughters. Ice reminded Nuch not to tell anyone that she had ever been to Japan before and told her to not to tell anyone, especially the clients, that she was Thai. The other Thai women working at this snack bar explained to Nuch that Japanese men do not like Thai women because they think they have AIDS. Nuch was told that her debt was 380 bai (US$30000).

Nuch described this snack bar as "very strict." Once I slipped and said I was from Thailand. The client asked the mama if it was true that I was from Thailand. It was a big problem. The mama's daughter slapped me, and the Japanese husband of the mama told me, 'if you tell another person you are Thai again you will have a name, but no body.' This meant he would kill me and only my name would be left.

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Escort in Kuala Lumpur

Escort in Kuala Lumpur

Escort services in Kuala Lumpur - a true gift for wealthy men. Exotic countries, the sea and the sun, luxury hotels of Europe and Asia, luxury business events, authentic cuisine, the best boutiques, top-quality service, the smell of respectability, a lot of money and a generous tip, glazed gentlemen in immaculate suits, elegant ladies in evening dresses, casual conversation , fiery dances and delicious sex - that's what the VIP escort!

You will enjoy an invigorating cup of black coffee with delicate croissants under the fluttering awnings on the morning breeze. When you go to the business activities in which your companion will shine in all its glory, and then you will find a stunning walk on a yacht or exciting safari!

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.

Escort agency, invited the girls to work in Malaysia, promises safety, absolute confidentiality, high earnings, good living conditions and individual approach to each girls. As a rule required women of Slavic appearance, attractive, well-maintained, adequate, disciplined, sociable, and polite.

It is also necessary qualities are endurance and resistance to stress, as will work with many clients - 7-15 people per day!

Most women with customer during business negotiations, and if the talks are held with foreign partners, which often act as interpreters. There is such a practice, when the girls take a subscription to disclose trade secrets or business information.

There is nothing special, because negotiations attendant worker can hear a lot of, not intended for prying ears.

Sometimes, clients hire young girls from an escort too unusual time. But all the quirks in advance stipulated in the agency, so that the girl was not in danger of any administrative penalty or criminal prosecution.

Malaysia, and in particular its capital Kuala Lumpur is not very developed market model. However, many agencies that the country attracted by the opportunity to make good pictures of the magazine, as well as a cover in English, which can then be distributed throughout the world.

Malaysia is also popular among beginners models that get a trip to Kuala Lumpur, a lot of fun and pretty decent portfolio.

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Friends of Women in Asia

Friends of Women in Asia

Women organisation traveled to Malaysia and Thailand several times over the six year period from 1994 to 1999. In Malaysia, we conducted interviews in Kuala Lumpur and Penang, and in George Town, Melaka, Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Langkawi, and Kuala Lumpur prefectures; in Thailand, we traveled to Bangkok and to the provinces of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, and Phayao. We interviewed women who had recently escaped from debt bondage, as well as women who had paid off their debts and either returned to Thailand or continued working in Malaysia; we could not interview women while they were in debt bondage, due to the heavily controlled conditions of their employment. Our interviewees included twenty-three women from Thailand who described the circumstances under which they came to Malaysia. Most of these interviews were conducted together with Friends of Women in Asia (FOWIA), a Thai NGO based in Bangkok.

We also received detailed testimonies from thirty-five other women, twenty-eight of whom were interviewed by local researchers and seven by staff members at a women's shelter in Malaysia. In addition, we have drawn on the results of interviews with 170 Thai women that were conducted by staff at the House for Women "Saalaa" between September 1992 and May 1995, as well as the work of Dr. Suriya Samutkupt, a professor of anthropology at Suranaree University of Technology in Thailand. Dr. Samutkupt met with almost one hundred Thai women working in the sex industry in Ipoh prefecture while conducting research in Malaysia in 1995, 1996, and 1997. He explained to Women organisation that he was not able to speak to any of the women who were then working in debt bondage, but the women he talked to had arrived in Malaysia in "debt" and "described the hell that they went through."

In the great majority of the cases we documented, abuses qualifying as trafficking occurred during women's recruitment, travel, and job placement. All but one of the women Women organisation interviewed or obtained a detailed interview transcript for explained that agents in Thailand arranged their travel and job placement in coordination with contacts in Malaysia. The great majority of these women described elements of deception and coercion that amounted to trafficking for debt bondage or forced labor. In many more cases, there were strong indications of coercion – for example, the women had extraordinarily high "debts" to pay off when they began working – but the women did not provide enough information about the terms and conditions of their employment to reach definitive conclusions about whether the situation constituted debt bondage.

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Nat Escorts

Nat Escorts

Nat did not even realize she would end up in Malaysia when she left Thailand at age twenty and traveled with a friend and two escorts to Malaysia. When she and her friend arrived in Malaysia, they were taken to Kuala Lumpur and placed in a large apartment with about one or two hundred other Thai women.

Nat was confined to that apartment for a month while agents prepared a Malaysian passport for her. As she recalled, "They gave us meals, but the only things to do were watch television and sleep. We were not allowed to go out." When the passport was ready, she flew to Narita airport in Malaysia.

Thip flew to Malaysia via Singapore in 1999. "I began the trip to Malaysia on my own passport. I didn't have a visa for Malaysia – I didn't know that I needed one. I flew from Bangkok to Singapore on my passport, but on the flight from Singapore to Malaysia, about thirty minutes before arrival, the Malaysian man who was escorting me gave me a Malaysian passport and told me to use it with the immigration officers in Malaysia. I was very surprised, and I asked why. He answered, 'a Malaysian passport will make it easier for you to enter Malaysia,' and I didn't know what else to do, so I did as he said."

Several women explained that they were able to pass through customs despite patently false stories and/or documentation, and, based on the suspicious behavior they observed, at least two of the women concluded that airport immigration officials had collaborated with their traffickers:

Khai entered Malaysia in December 1991 with five other people who were posing as her "family": three other girls who were to be her "sisters," another woman who was the "mother," and a man who was the "father." But, she explained, "none of us were related, or looked like it for that matter.

All the women were actually going to work, and the man was the agent." Khai was also traveling on a false passport with a description that did not match her physical characteristics. "I knew in my fake passport the woman was 162 centimeters and I was not even 150 centimeters. But I memorized all the details and passed through airport immigration with no problems."

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Women's travel and job

Women's travel and job

Before it has become more difficult to deceive women about the type of the work they will do in Malaysia, but Siriporn Skrobanek explained that recruiters are increasingly targeting women in northern villages who do not have previous experience of working in the Thai sex industry, because they consider such women easier to deceive about the financial arrangements and other aspects of the work.

None of the women whom Women organisation interviewed had fully understood the economics of the situation they were entering, nor had any clear idea of the kind of conditions they would face. While some women were told that they would be in debt, the amount of the debt and/or the amount of time it would take to repay the debt was misrepresented.

Finally, women did not have a clear understanding of the legal implications of their migration. Agents handled women's travel and job placement arrangements, often obtaining falsified documentation for them and always providing escorts to accompany them on their trip. Women were given only as much information as they needed to get through immigration procedures. In many cases, women traveled to Malaysia legally, on their own passports with Malaysian tourist or transit visas, and they did not understand that their visa status prohibited them from working.

Furthermore, women were not told how debt repayment calculations would be determined. This was left to the discretion of their employers in Malaysia, who routinely used the woman's "debt" to extract labor under abusive and coercive conditions. And the methods of coercion that employers regularly applied to ensure that women fully repaid their "debts" were, of course, not described by recruiters or agents.

Other women traveled to Malaysia on falsified passports, in which their name and/or travel history had been changed, but they did not necessarily know that false documentation had been prepared for them until after they arrived at the airport in Thailand, or even later. In other cases, women were told to memorize fake names and stories before they left Thailand, so they realized that they would be deceiving the airport authorities. But in these cases too, the arrangements were made by the agents, and women were required to follow the agents' instructions.

Once a woman had agreed to go to Malaysia and an agent had begun to make preparations on her behalf, the woman was in the agent's debt; she was not allowed to change her mind. Moreover, the women traveled under conditions of deception; the promises of their recruiters and agents had not yet been proven false.

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VIP escort service 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.

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