Crackdown in China's "sin city" sparks debate on legalising the sex trade

By Shanshan Chen | Fri, 21 Feb 2014 09:26 AM

Female dancers, half-naked, perform behind a glass door. Young women with heavy makeup and tags pinned to their tops line up in a karaoke room to be chosen by customers. On a catwalk, women in underwear show off not the latest lingerie fashion but their flesh.

Those are scenes recorded in hotels, saunas and bars in China’s southern city of Dongguan by an undercover reporter from state broadcaster CCTV...

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