Police have requested legal advice from the Department of Justice on their powers to tackle those seeking potential dates in the cyberworld.Lowcock said it was important to clarify whether internet forums were public places under the law because it would help police pursue those seeking sex services and those offering them online.HONG KONG, China (CNN) -- She doesn't want to be identified, except by her nickname "Sze," and she has a secret past.
I am writing to express my opinion on compensated dating. Compensated dating, which involves girls being paid to go on dates that often involve sex, has become more popular and widespread in Hong Kong recently.However, this kind of behavior violates the ethics of society. It means compensated dating, which is defined as men give money or luxury to attract women for companionship, some especially for sex.In 2008, an appalling new shocks all the Hong Kong people.In this letter, I would like to state the causes of compensated dating and suggest feasible ways to deal with the problem.
First of all, one of the grounds of luring girls to go on compensated dates is the temptation of money.Compensated dating is perceived as an easy, fast way to generate high returns to those innocent girls.Indeed, they do not need a lot of money but their vanity entices them to have compensated dating.A jury convicted him of murder and sentenced him to life in prison.Sze told CNN she knew a compensated date could go horribly wrong.But Sze, now 19, wants young girls to hear her story so they never make the same mistake. We skipped the dinner part and went straight to the guest house for sex," Sze recalled. I thought this was easy money, and that's why I continued doing this kind of thing." For a year and a half, Sze was part of a growing social phenomenon among teens in Hong Kong called "compensated dating," a practice in which a young woman agrees to go on a date with a man for a fee. Sze said she started compensated dating because many of her classmates at an all-girls school were doing it.