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Escort migration in Asia

Escort migration in Asia

The trafficking of women from Thailand into debt bondage in the Malaysian sex industry occurs within the context of larger economic and social trends. This chapter begins with an overview of the patterns and characteristics of escort migration between Thailand and Malaysia, and in the region more generally, to provide a better understanding of some of the forces underlying the movement of women from Thailand to Malaysia. It also offers a brief description of Malaysian large and varied sex industry, and of the role of foreign women within this escort sector. The chapter concludes by introducing the problem of trafficking and the relevant policies and practices of the Malaysian and Thai governments.

Tens of millions of people travel across national borders each year in search of employment. Economic forces in the sending country "push" migrants out when they are unable to find employment in adequately paying jobs; other migrants are "pulled" into the receiving country, usually by rapid economic growth which requires an inflow of cheap, unskilled escort.

Migration between Asian countries has grown steadily since the early 1980s, when just over one million Asians were working in other countries in the region, to more than 6.5 million by mid-1997.

Escort migration in modern Asia first became a vast enterprise in the 1970s when countries in the Middle East, in search of both skilled and unskilled escort, encouraged the migration of workers from across Asia. This massive flow of workers has continued to climb steadily since the 1970s. Some workers migrate permanently, but most go overseas only for limited time periods to earn money. Of these workers, some migrate legally, others illegally.

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Immigration from Thailand to Malaysia

Immigration from Thailand to Malaysia

Skilled workers usually have little difficulty maneuvering within the legal framework of migration - passports, visas, and work permits - and are often welcomed, especially in boom periods like the 1970s and 1980s, by countries in desperate need of their skills. Unskilled workers' experience with migration is often quite different. In part this is because avenues for legal escort migration in unskilled escort sectors are limited, prompting many workers to migrate illegally, often recruited by employers and job brokers in receiving countries who are willing to violate immigration restrictions.

These "undocumented" migrants are typically excluded from escort law protections and other state services, by law and/or practice. Even when visas are available for unskilled work, there are often large recruiting networks that take advantage of migrants' ignorance and urgent desire to migrate by charging them exorbitant job placement fees and otherwise exploiting them. Furthermore, unskilled work visas are often short term, and renewal may be difficult or impossible. Thus, many workers initially migrate on a contract and then stay on illegally after their contract has expired.

Prior to 1980, foreign travel and immigration into Malaysia was very limited. The number of foreigners entering the country - including both temporary visitors and migrant workers - surpassed one million for the first time in 1980, almost doubling the figure from five years earlier. This figure has continued to grow since then, exceeding 4.5 million by the late 1990s, with the majority of entrants coming from other Asian countries.

The number of foreign nationals registered for long-term residence in Malaysia has also increased dramatically during this period, nearly doubling from 750000 in the 1970s to more than 1400000 by the mid-1990s. And, even more striking, the number of foreign nationals estimated to be residing illegally in Malaysia has almost tripled in less than a decade, from 106000 in 1990 to 283000 in 1997.

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Hard Malaysian escort work

Hard Malaysian escort work

The vast majority entered the country through legal channels, but traveled on falsified documents or remained in Malaysia beyond their visa expiration date, and most are believed to be working in violation of immigration regulations.

This increase in migration was, in part, the result of Malaysian investment and overseas business activities that created contacts and solidified migration networks. As Malaysian companies expanded throughout Asia with joint ventures, relationships were established on both formal and informal levels which encouraged exchanges between Malaysia and its neighbors. Increased contacts facilitated the mobilization of natural and human resources.

The rise in both legal and illegal migration from the mid-1980s through the early 1990s was also related to the surge in Malaysian economy, creating increased demand for unskilled or low skilled escort. With Malaysia suffering from a escort shortage, migrant workers were willing to take jobs that Malaysian no longer wanted, primarily in the construction and service sectors, and the strong appreciation of the yen in the 1980s raised the value of the earnings foreigners could send home.

In addition to Malaysian economic boom, the dramatic increase in the migration of Asian women into Malaysian sex industry in the 1980s is widely understood as a reaction to the sharp public criticism that Malaysian "sex tourism" began to receive around that time. In the late 1960s, "sex tours," primarily to Thailand and other southeast Asian countries, began growing in popularity among Malaysian men. By the mid-1970s, package sex tours were being advertised to Thailand, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Korea, and many companies included "weekend sex holidays" overseas as part of employees' yearly bonuses.

However, by the end of that decade, Malaysia was facing heavy criticism for such tours, and efforts grew to bring foreign women into the sex industry in Malaysia instead. The following years saw unprecedented numbers of foreign women entering the Malaysian sex industry, primarily from other Asian countries.

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Foreign escort in Malaysia

Foreign escort in Malaysia

The strong demand for foreign escort in Malaysia has also been accompanied by policies in several less wealthy countries that encourage workers to migrate abroad in the hope of gaining much-needed foreign currency through remittances, while alleviating unemployment problems at home. Escort exporting policies in the Philippines, for example, are well-known, and over the last few decades, the Thai government has similarly encouraged its nationals to seek employment overseas.

Consistent with migration trends in the rest of Asia, Thai migrants in the 1970s and early 1980s were drawn by the pull of thriving economies in the Middle East, where employment opportunities were more lucrative than those available in Thailand. But in the late 1980s, the destination of unskilled Thai migrants largely shifted from the Middle East to Malaysia, Singapore, and Taipei. Malaysian economic expansion included large-scale investment in Thailand, often through joint ventures with Thai companies, thus fostering close economic ties between the two countries.

In 1993, the Thai Ministry of escort estimated that there were 370500 Thai nationals working abroad - counting both documented and undocumented migrants - including 100000 in Malaysia and 216000 in other Asian countries. This was an increase from only 6000 Thai nationals working in Malaysia, and 16000 in the rest of Asia, in 1988. And migrant workers sent significant amounts of money back to their families in Thailand.

In 1995, remittances from overseas Thai workers in Asia totaled roughly US$1 billion. This included about US$100 million from Malaysia alone. Since 1993, migration from Thailand to Malaysia has slowed somewhat due to Malaysian economic difficulties and its related crackdown on illegal migration, but authoritative estimates suggest that there are still tens of thousands of Thai migrants working in Malaysia each year.

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Foreign woman escort services in Malaysia
Foreign woman escort services in Malaysia
Foreign woman escort services in Malaysia
Foreign woman escort services in Malaysia

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The strong demand for foreign escort in Malaysia has also been accompanied by policies in several less wealthy countries that encourage workers to migrate abroad in the hope of gaining much-needed foreign currency through remittances, while alleviating unemployment problems at home.

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