The 77 Chinese nationals deported from Fiji by uniformed Chinese police in August were sex workers, not an online gambling fraud ring as officials claim, a source has told the ABC. The 77 people who are suspected to be involved in a massive online fraud syndicate were rounded up and flown from Nadi to China last week. The ABC understands the deportees were mainly young women brought to Fiji to service the Chinese diaspora, but the Fijian government has refused to confirm or deny these claims. Residents from the area said the inhabitants were primarily young women aged between 15 and
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The 77 Chinese nationals deported from Fiji by uniformed Chinese police in August were sex workers, Background Briefing has been told, in a challenge to official claims they were involved in an online gambling fraud ring. The ABC understands the deportees were mainly young women brought to Fiji to service the Chinese diaspora, but the Fijian government has refused to confirm or deny these claims. Footage shows police escorting the group from a gated suburban house in Nadi onto a bus. Locals close to this house said the inhabitants were primarily young women aged between 15 and One of those deportees was a young mother with a baby.
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Fiji sex workers forced by military regime to strip, roll in mud
In recent decades one of the greatest challenges facing educators around the globe has been providing education programs to assist young people to optimise their sexual health. The increasing influence from the western world has created tensions between the traditional values of the Pacific society and the desire for modernity from the western world; as a result young people are swayed by new ideas, and misunderstandings between the generations have increased. In Fiji, there is a major reluctance and hesitance about breaking perceived taboos and addressing adolescent problems directly and openly. It is not surprising that proposing to address adolescent reproductive health openly in Fiji was viewed as sensitive and potentially controversial.
This research is the first large scale quantitative research on sex workers in Fiji. It has enabled an understanding of the nature and extent of sex work in Fiji, rates of HIV and STI infection among sex workers and their knowledge and behaviour around safer sex practices. This research will compliment valuable insights gained from previous qualitative research. The findings from this research will assist in the appropriate targeting and provision of education, resources and health care services to a group previously defined by UNAIDS as a most-at-risk population.