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Q: is prostitution legal in china??

I could see a lot of Chinese hookers and Prostitutes on the street and even in massage parlors. is it legal in china to do prostitution in china??

5 years 5 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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well we are not clear about that much but certain cities are making the call-girls behind the bars or the person doing these kinds of business. but though the police know every corner of the city and where, what anything is going on... so i pretty much think that its legal in china. there are many girls in this hooker business or jobs.

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of course not! The police can take all of them to police station legally!

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Definitely not legal, as in many otter countaries. Repercussions are heavy, but if you be foreigner, you will be thrown out of countary, contrary to chinese people.

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its illegal ..
but in small cities and towns ,police hardly do anything to check prostitution..

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