Saturday, May 26, 2007

32,357 Foreign Women (from China, Myanma, Philippines, Vietnam, India) detained for Vice last 6 years; Men “Buying” Foreign Wives; Local FL Hookers

UPDATE: May 28 07

Monday May 28, 2007

Chinese women forced into vice trade

CHINA Press reported that two women from China who came to Malaysia to work in karaoke joints were forced to become prostitutes after arriving here in September. The women, identified as Tham, 30, and Zhang, 24, said they only escaped after telling their “bodyguard” that they needed to answer nature’s call.

Tham said she and Zhang were good friends from the same village in China and were unemployed when they heard that they could earn RM40 an hour in karaoke joints here. A middleman agreed to make the necessary arrangements for 6,000 renminbi (RM2,659) which included return air tickets and work permits, they said.They were to pay the money after they got their wages here, according to the report.

However, when they arrived in Kuala Lumpur, the middleman told them that their work permits had been suspended and they could not work in karaoke joints. “He then forced us to prostitute ourselves instead,” Tham claimed. When the women initially refused, they were given only one small meal a day. They were eventually forced to take in customers, she said.

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May 24, 2007 17:17 PM ;

32,357 Foreign Women Arrested For Involvement In Vice

PENANG, May 24 (Bernama) -- Police have arrested 32,357 foreign women suspected to be involved in vice activities in the country between 2000 and April 2006. Criminal Investigation Department Director Datuk Christopher Wan Soo Kee (ABOVE) said the women were now in prison or immigration depots pending investigation before being deported to their country of origin. Speaking at a forum on contemporary security issues here today he said police rescued 344 foreign women from the clutches of unscrupulous vice operators between 2004 and 2006. To address the issue, more cooperation was needed among the affected countries, be it the source country, destination country or transit county, he added.

"The willingness and transparency of each country in overcoming this issue is very crucial in the war against this menace," he said. He said the Malaysian authorities had continuously taken steps to eradicate the problem of illegal immigrants to ensure that any party concerned would not have the opportunity to exploit the immigrants for the purpose of prostitution and forced labour. He said that although prostitution was not an offence in Malaysia, nevertheless, there were laws that related to the issue and enabled the country to combat trafficking in persons.

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May 24, 2007 15:45 PM

More Men 'Buying' Wife From Overseas, Dewan Negara Told
KUALA LUMPUR, May 24 (Bernama) -- The number of Malaysian men who "buy" and are looking for a wife among foreign nationals is on the rise, the Dewan Negara was told Thursday. Parliamentary Secretary to the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun said the problem existed because there were agents from overseas playing the role of matchmakers. "The agents find the match based on the suitability from information given by indidviduals and not based on acquaintance," she said in reply to Senator Datuk Nor Diana Shafie.

She said marital problems started to arise due to cultural differences, lack of understanding and also syndicates bent on cheating men in the country. To a question by Senator Datuk Abdul Rashid Ngah, Chew said Chinese men did not want to marry women with bigger income and higher qualification than them because of ego, and the contrary applies to Chinese women. The best way to change the situation, she said, was to create a gender equality concept so that men and women did not give priority the income and academic status of each other. "If this cannot be accepted, men have to study hard," she said. Chew also said that the Fourth Malaysian Population and Family Study carried out by the National Population and Family Development Board showed that the main reason why women stayed single or got married late was the difficulty in finding the right match.

She said the study found that 80 per cent of unmarried women respondents aged between 25 and 49 had the intention of getting married but could not find a suitable match. Meanwhile, Deputy Home Affairs Minister Datuk Tan Chai Ho said in reply to Senator Datuk Dayang Mahani Pengiran Ahmad Raffae that the number of divorce between Malaysian men and foreign women was 219 last year while that of Malaysian women and foreign men was 95. Replying to Senator Datuk Yaakob Mohammad, Tan said that last year, the Immigration Department issued 151,383 social visit passes to foreign nationals and among the reasons was to enable them to marry a local resident.

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Background on the FL (free lancers) Local Hookers for fun & extra cash; June 02, 2006 10:09 AM

Ladies Of The Night: For Fun Or Extra Cash?; By Nurazira Rashid

KUALA LUMPUR, June 2 (Bernama) -- Almost every night, Lina (not her real name) would visit nightspots in Bukit Bintang, in the city's golden triangle, looking for some fun and "extra cash". Dressed in skin-tight miniskirt and a revealing top, Lina would draw the attention of many male patrons the moment she walks into any of these entertainment outlets. Only 21 years old and hailing from an east coast state, Lina came to the city to get a job after getting second grade in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination. She landed a job as a sales promoter at a shopping complex in Ampang, but her monthly pay of RM700 is certainly not enough for her survival in the city. Furthermore, she has to send home RM200 a month for her parents and four school-going siblings. What about her house rental as well as food and transport expenses?

For Lina, who is gifted with a stunning and curvaceous figure as well as a beautiful face, getting around this problem is no big deal and she uses the "easy way out" by becoming a part-time lady of the night to get the extra cash that she badly needs for her luxurious lifestyle. This career is nothing new in this world. Many women who have high education and permanent employment are still resorting to prostitution. It is no surprise if there are women who do this part-time job just for fun apart from seeking that extra cash needed for a glamorous city life.

The chief of Kuala Lumpur police's anti-gambling, secret societies and vice division Supt Mohd Zaki Masroh in a recent interview with Bernama, said: "Hookers working part-time is nothing new in our society particularly in Kuala Lumpur. Those with permanent jobs like clerks and production operators are involved in this activity". Mohd Zaki said there are no exact statistics on these women. "It is difficult to get the right figure as they do it discreetly and hence difficult to nab. This type of prostitution is usually limited to individuals. "He said there is high possibility that these part-timers want a luxurious lifestyle like owning a big house, buying a posh car apart from having sophisticated mobile phones and wearing designer outfits of international brands.

Prostitution occurs when there is demand. Demand for prostitutes in Malaysia is rather high, particularly in cities like Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Ipoh. In Kuala Lumpur, the prostitutes and their dens can be found at locations like Jalan Hicks, Jalan Alor and Jalan Bukit Bintang in Bukit Bintang, and Jalan Thambipillay in Brickfields as well as the infamous red-light zone, Lorong Haji Taib. For the higher-class hookers, they can be found at nightspots in localities like Jalan Horley and Jalan Imbi. These places are the focus of wealthy patrons or those seeking out Uzbekistan "products" and those with Caucasian looks. "When there is rise in demand, this activity automatically increases. Hence, it is no surprise that many prostitutes from countries like China, Myanmar and the Philippines are being sneaked into the country to meet the demand", Mohd Zaki said.

Earning fast cash is a key factor for women to be involved in this immoral activity
. A night's work which brings in RM2,000 seems very attractive. However, this lucrative income belongs to the high-class prostitutes operating at posh hotels in the city. "As for those operating at Lorong Haji Taib or Chow Kit, they are living from hand to mouth. They would be lucky to earn RM20 a night," Mohd Zaki said, referring to the old-timers and cross-dressers at these spots. Mohd Zaki said prostitution in the city is under control and many suspected foreign women including Chinese, Filipino, Uzbek, Vietnam, Myanmar and Indian nationals had been arrested.

"I am not trying to come out with some comforting words, but there seems to be lesser prostitution syndicates operating in Kuala Lumpur despite more arrests of prostitutes. "These syndicates mainly deal with part-time hookers, and their activities are difficult to be uncovered. "The syndicates and prostitutes rarely stay in one place but frequently move around, operating from different hotels or private residences and messes." Mohd Zaki said the prostitutes and their pimps, who previously moved around in big groups, are now operating in small groups of two to four each to evade police detection. He said it is not easy to educate the public to stay away from prostitutes as the desire and refrain comes from within oneself.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

why don't you post the evidence on your blog about prostitutions that are spreading widely in kl...

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