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But in 1932, the Hong Kong government issued a ban on prostitution and three years later licensed prostitution ended.
From that time on, prostitution was permitted within strict limits while prohibiting a whole host of activities surrounding prostitution, such as soliciting for sex and living off "immoral earnings" (working as a pimp).
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In Hong Kong, a city with the highest rate of daily mobile usage of 96 per cent, the obvious choice for lonely people is mobile app sensation Tinder.
The scores of apps help underscore the uniqueness of dating in a densely populated city where “social circles and degrees of connection might be smaller”, a male law student at the University of Hong Kong said.Grouvly is the Hong Kong-based version of a dating app model that, with apps like Grouply, has proved extremely popular in the West.Instead of matching people one by one, it puts two groups of three in touch for a group date.Today everyone knows someone who met their spouse online.A recent study reports that more than 90 million people use dating apps and the tell-tale swiping of someone lost in Tinder is as common on the MTR today as the incessant tapping of Angry Birds fanatics was a few years ago.