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They are definitely hookers. You can tell by the way they were standing, officer Bai said after the lift doors close. But Bai makes no attempt to stop the girls. It would only create unnecessary hassle, he says. Shenyang, an industrial town in icy north-eastern China, was once the jewel in communist China's state-planned economy. Now the city is more famous as a center for the world's oldest profession. Blonde girls from Belarus and tall Manchurian models stalk the corridors of the city's hotels, and saunas and massage parlors glitter with neon on every other street corner after dusk falls.
Shenyang now has 5, places of entertainment, saunas, massage parlors, dance halls, nightclubs and baths for its six million people -- more than Beijing which has double the population. The city has become notorious in China for the numbers of call girls thronging its hotel lobbies and the brothels which have mushroomed as ailing state-owned enterprises shut their doors.
Business has been slower and the girls have been keeping a lower profile since government leaders in Beijing launched a strike hard campaign on July 1 to combat drugs, illegal gambling and rampant prostitution across the country. Chinese police estimates place the number of prostitutes in China at around four million in addition to the 18 million women, of the average age of 23, who are part of a floating population roaming the country in search of better jobs and incomes.
Businessmen in Shenyang said the city's hotel lobbies were not as full of girls waiting for an evening's business as they were a few months back. At Camp David, a three-story entertainment complex in the center of the city with bowling, restaurants, dance halls, baths and saunas that is frequented by some of the city's best looking women, business has also been slow in recent months.
We have to be much more careful now because the police watch what we do. There are no prostitutes here tonight, said the receptionist at one of the establishment's saunas, who asked for her business not to be identified. But local police said it was only a matter of time before the tide of vice begins to turn and trade flows back in.