Mainland women investigated in Taiwan over prostitution

2014-09-05 03:27:28 GMT2014-09-05 11:27:28(Beijing Time)  SINA English

A Chinese mainland woman surnamed Wu was detained with her "colleagues" by Taiwan’s “Immigration Office” on September 4. The organization that Wu worked for had employed about 100 mainland girls on and then for prostitution in Taiwan, according to the Office.

Going by the name “Xue’er”, 25-year-old Wu came from SW China’s Guizhou province. With long black hair and pale skin, Xue’er applied to go to Taiwan as a company clerk seeking to make plastic surgery. In fact, under the arrangements of the organization, she started prostitution once she arrived in Taiwan.

Xue’er had served 110 guests in only 14 days since she arrived. Because of her good look (claiming to look like Chinese actress Fan Bingbing) and “service technique”, she soon became one of the top prostitutes in the organization. Her price also rose from 8,000 NTD ($ 240) to 12,000 NTD ($360).

Xue'er, or Wu and her Xue'er, or Wu and her "colleagues" were detained in Taiwan.
Xue'er with a mask. Xue'er with a mask.
Caidie, or Kuang, with a mask. Caidie, or Kuang, with a mask.
12 women from the mainland and 24 staff member of the organization had been captured in the inspection. 12 women from the mainland and 24 staff member of the organization had been captured in the inspection.
Xue’er had served 110 guests in only 14 days since she arrived. Because of her good look (claiming to look like Chinese actress Fan Bingbing) and “service technique”, she soon became one of the top prostitutes in the organization. Her price also rose from 8,000 NTD ($ 240) to 12,000 NTD ($360). Xue’er had served 110 guests in only 14 days since she arrived. Because of her good look (claiming to look like Chinese actress Fan Bingbing) and “service technique”, she soon became one of the top prostitutes in the organization. Her price also rose from 8,000 NTD ($ 240) to 12,000 NTD ($360).
20-year-old Kuang went by the name “Caidie” (meaning colorful butterfly) in the organization. As a fan of luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Kuang couldn’t afford what she wanted. With the seduction of the organization, she has been to Taiwan twice for prostitution. 20-year-old Kuang went by the name “Caidie” (meaning colorful butterfly) in the organization. As a fan of luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Kuang couldn’t afford what she wanted. With the seduction of the organization, she has been to Taiwan twice for prostitution.
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing Chinese actress Fan Bingbing

Another mainland woman in the organization was a second-year student in an art college in Zhejiang province. 20-year-old Kuang went by the name “Caidie” (meaning colorful butterfly) in the organization. As a fan of luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Kuang couldn’t afford what she wanted. With the seduction of the organization, she has been to Taiwan twice for prostitution.

The organization the two were employed was operated by 55-year-old Taiwanese man Wu Zonghan and his 28-year-old girlfriend Peng Yurong, who was originally from Chinese mainland but settled down in Taiwan via sham marriage.

12 women from the mainland and 24 staff member of the organization had been captured in the inspection. The organization has been established for over a year, with 60% of its prostitutes from mainland claiming to have health check, beauty surgery or simply travel in Taiwan.

As a Chinese mainlander can stay for 15 days on the island once arrives in this situation, the women usually spent one day having health check in hospital, and then began prostitution.

Women employed by the organization range from students and waitresses to teachers and housewives. But they were only paid less than 30 % of the whole price. The organization made as much as 500,000 NTD ($15,000) a day.

Further investigation is underway.

 

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