With coasts on the East China Sea, Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and South China Sea, in total it borders 14 nations.It borders Afghanistan, Pakistan (through the disputed territory of Kashmir), India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam to the south; Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan to the west; Russia and Mongolia to the north and North Korea to the east.This number of neighbouring states is equalled only by China's vast neighbour to the north, Russia. For Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, please see separate articles.
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China (中国; Zhōngguó), officially known as the People's Republic of China (中华人民共和国 Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó) is a vast country in Asia (about the same size as the United States of America) with the world's largest population.
Starting in the 1990s and into the 2000s prostitution was a fast growing industry in mainland China. A variety of sexual services could be obtained easily in hotels, karaokes, entertainment centers, dance halls, saunas, bathhouses hairdressers, barbershops, saunas, bathhouses, massage parlors, nightclubs and on the streets.
In one survey, 10 percent of sexually-active men admitted having paid for sex with a prostitute.Estimates of the numbers of prostitutes in China range from 3 million according to officials estimates by the government to 10 million by the U. State Department to 20 million by one Chinese economist.The government of China has vacillated, however, in its legal treatment of prostitutes themselves, treating them sometimes as criminals and sometimes as behaving with misconduct.Since the reemergence of prostitution in the 1980s, government authorities have responded by first using the legal system, that is, the daily operations of institutions like courts and police.Second, they have relied on police-led campaigns, clearly delineated periods of intense public activity, as a form of social discipline.Despite lobbying by international NGOs and overseas commentators, there is not much support for legalisation of the sex sector by the public, social organizations or the government of the PRC.