This story contains graphic depictions that may be disturbing to some readers. Most girls who engage in compensated dating don't view themselves as prostitutes, a social worker says. Her father doesn't know what she did as a year-old, and she hopes he never finds out. 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.
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Representatives of the tourism sector are urging the authorities to allow Hongkongers to go to Shenzhen on quarantine-free day trips so they can be vaccinated there against Covid They said the process could be similar to arrangements made for local deputies who recently travelled across the border to get Sinopharm jabs, RTHK reports. And we don't get to interact with anyone who is not within the bubble, except for people who are in full PPE gear and who know what they are doing. It was quite efficient. If it only takes a few hours to solve a problem, why not? This is about making available more avenues for people to be able to be vaccinated quickly, efficiently and safely. Hong Kong is expected to start its vaccination programme after the Chinese New Year with BioNTech jabs - the only vaccine approved in the city so far.
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In a letter, the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, a group of legislators from countries including Britain, Australia, Japan and the United States, criticised the bank for its freezing of accounts belonging to activists associated with Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement. The letter added it was "highly concerning" that Hui's family members' accounts have also been frozen, despite not having been subject to any charges. An HSBC spokeswoman said the bank was "unable to comment on individual cases, but the Hong Kong Police explained publicly in early December the reasons for instructing banks to freeze accounts related to Mr Hui and his family. The bank also said it had no choice but to comply with specific legal instruction by police authorities in Hong Kong to freeze the accounts of somebody under formal investigation.