In mid February, the Chinese government launched a policy offensive against activities deemed as vices such pornography and prostitution. The operation took place in the city of Dongguan and had the support of the official media, which had been broadcasting news on the sex trade in the region for some days before the operation began.
According to the French newspaper Le Monde, the city of Dongguan is one major industrial hub in China and it has been estimated that approximately 300,000 prostitutes work in the city.
The crackdown has been reported both nationally and globally by the most varied sources.
Bloomberg: China orders crackdown on prostitution
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