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Japanese men are not the only ones at fault here", according to Wei Hui, a Shanghai-based novelist. "They may have a bad reputation abroad as womanisers but, after all, it takes two to tango.
Standing up for reform.
"Like everything else these days, sex is a matter of supply and demand."
The free-market reforms of recent years have brought a proliferation of sex workers from poor outlying provinces to China’s booming eastern cities.
But today the social divisions – and the red light districts – are bigger than ever, says Xue Xinran – author of The Good Women of China.
"If you go to these modern hotels in China’s south you will see thousands of poor girls from the countryside openly selling themselves to visiting businessmen from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and elsewhere", Ms Xue told BBC News Online.
She compared the situation today with that of pre-communist Shanghai in the 1930s, with its 30,000 prostitutes and its countless nicknames such as "Paris of the East" and "Whore of Asia".
Today’s Zhuhai understandably strives for a different image, describing itself as a "new garden seaside city. standing up in the trend of China’s reform and opening up".
In fact it has been receiving sex tours for years.
"Over the years Zhuhai residents have grown oblivious to the sight of busloads of up to 100 ‘hostesses’ arriving at hotels," said a visitor this week.
Officials for the most part tolerate such practices because of the boost to the local economy, says Kevin Lau, a journalist based in Hong Kong.
It is an attitude known as "One eye open, one eye closed", he says.
But according to reports from Hong Kong, the Communist Party Secretary of Guangdong province is now under heavy pressure from Beijing to investigate last month’s incident and carry out a thorough crackdown on all prostitution.
A new round of an ideological campaign to promote "spiritual civilisation", or officially approved morality, is expected to be introduced soon.
Prostitutes detained by police at such times are usually sent for "long-term rehabilitation" to labour camps.
But such crackdowns rarely achieve much, according to Dr Phil Deans, Director of the Contemporary China Institute at SOAS London University.
"There is growing concern about the issue of prostitution in China", he said.
"But as in many developing countries there is lax law enforcement and a degree of corruption at the local level that makes it hard for the senior political authorities to impose control," he said.

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