Hong kong compensated dating site
Following a talk with my mother who ages 65 years, it was uncommon or almost non-existent in those years (60’s) where she was still a young lady of 20 years.As a student major in Economics discipline, my keen interest in explaining this emerging ethical-code-contravening phenomenon using the cost-and-benefit principle has aroused.Enjo-kōsai or compensated dating has become a worrying social problem in Hong Kong nowadays.Compensated dating is a practice which originated from Japan where older men give money and/ or luxury gifts to women as the compensation for their companionship, and possibly sexual favors.and solicits others for immoral behaviour,' he said. On one popular compensated-dating website, hkbigman.net, the police warnings were clear but so were the photos and prices of teenage girls offering services.It has been a year since the police set up a team to combat compensated dating and in that time 28 people have been arrested in 25 cases.Lowcock said police were aware of some smartphone apps that allowed users to make friends with nearby users using location-based technology.But so far they did not point to any compensated-dating activity.
Financial ability of men contributes to the outburst of compensated dating coherently. As a loyal proponent of laissez-faire capitalism since 1960s, Hong Kong’s economy has been rapidly developed .He also said it would be helpful if there were a legal precedent in Hong Kong.Police have also mounted an operation online to keep an eye on internet forums and smartphone apps that seem to be a front for this area of the sex trade.Some of the cases though were linked to two syndicates, which each managed seven or eight girls.Lowcock said education and prevention would be more effective in eradicating compensated dating than amending the law.There is no specific law against seeking these dates online, so police have tried to prosecute people by using Section 147 of the Crimes Ordinance, which states that it is a crime to solicit for an immoral purpose in a 'public place'.