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15-Feb-2017 07:46

Prostitution in Hong Kong is itself legal, but organised prostitution is illegal, as there are laws against keeping a vice establishment, causing or procuring another to be a prostitute, living on the prostitution of others, or public solicitation.The most visible public venues for sex workers in Hong Kong, especially for tourists, are massage parlours and the so-called "Japanese style night clubs".Although organised prostitution is illegal, the industry had always been under the influence of triads to recruit economically disadvantaged women who otherwise would never enter the profession voluntarily.

"You still have a very extensive wardrobe of clothes, numerous pairs of shoes, numerous handbags," he said.

This can put sex workers in danger from some clients and passers-by, according to rights groups, who are concerned that migrant or trafficked women are especially vulnerable as they are often afraid to report violence or assaults to the police.

A 2009 study by TAMPEP, the European Network for HIV/STI Prevention and Health Promotion among Migrant Sex Workers, estimated migrant workers make up about 65 per cent of sex workers a list of European countries, including Denmark, where there are high numbers from Nigeria and Thailand.

Annika said she reported her attack to the police but they dropped the case because she had no visible marks on her body.

“It made me feel like I didn’t matter to anyone,” she said.

"You still have a very extensive wardrobe of clothes, numerous pairs of shoes, numerous handbags," he said.

This can put sex workers in danger from some clients and passers-by, according to rights groups, who are concerned that migrant or trafficked women are especially vulnerable as they are often afraid to report violence or assaults to the police.

A 2009 study by TAMPEP, the European Network for HIV/STI Prevention and Health Promotion among Migrant Sex Workers, estimated migrant workers make up about 65 per cent of sex workers a list of European countries, including Denmark, where there are high numbers from Nigeria and Thailand.

Annika said she reported her attack to the police but they dropped the case because she had no visible marks on her body.

“It made me feel like I didn’t matter to anyone,” she said.

But she said it was only a small part of her collection and she had left it behind, where maids had wrapped it in cellophane, as much of it was old and out of date and the handbags too "chunky" to carry.