Young compensated dating girls in Shanghai

| November 24th, 2011

From China News Weekly:

Enjo-kōsai (援助交际) shortened form enkō (援交) means "compensated dating" and is a practice which originated in Japan where older men give money and/or luxury gifts to attractive women for their companionship and, possibly, for sexual favors. The female participants range from primarily school-aged girls to housewives.

In 2006, Japanese freelance writer Nakayama Miri wrote in her autobiography My Notes on Compensated Dating at Age Sixteen, “in Tokyo downtown shopping district, I was driving a remarkable red sports car, […]Read more…

16-year-old girl leaped to her death from hotel after being molested, two policemen are involved suspects

| September 23rd, 2010

(From Netease) September 20, Hunan Fenghuang County Public Security Bureau issued a public notice which revealed the brief course of events about the death of a 16 year old girl in Ancient Phoenix City (Fenghuang), Hunan Province.

September 4, at 7 pm, a 16-year-old girl leaped to her death at the Phoenix Grand hotel. Many spectators were at the scene, for a while, this girl’s jump caused public uproar in the local area. Faced with various speculations, Fenghuang Country police […]Read more…

16-year-old girl forced into prostitution by parents, diary reveals her love with a client

| September 18th, 2010

“1:58 am, I am sitting on my bed and thinking about my dear baby. Baby came to see me today, because he got paid today. Baby, we have met for ten months now and you have spent quite a bit of money on me. For that I am sorry, even thought you said you that you were most willing to. But I still feel guilty. My dear, today you said you don’t want me anymore, do you know how […]Read more…

Underage Girls on Chinese Marriage Seeking Website

| July 1st, 2009

QQ blogger blogged about underage girls on Chinese marriage seeking website they are as young as 12, 13 years old. www.hunlian.cn is the website address, hunlian (婚恋) means fall in love and get married in Chinese.

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