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Hong Kong’s lonely hearts are among the world’s most desperate to find love, according to data from a popular US dating app, showing that users in the city are using it more often than people in any other place in the world.
Its San Francisco-based co-founder Dawoon Kang, who lived and dated in Hong Kong until a few years ago before returning to the US, said: “Hong Kong was the first market we targeted outside the US, with close to two million singles; that was a huge draw for us.” Inside the murky world of Hong Kong’s compensated dating scene It found that Hong Kong millennials were among the most avid users – a testament both to the high density of singles in the city and the lack of time they have to find love.
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The children were unaware of the functions of telephones, television and toilets, and stated that they were not allowed to live indoors and were only given food as a reward. Evidence was found for an international network of child trafficking for sexual and other purposes.
The men were somewhat evasive in their answers to police and stated only that they were the children’s teachers and that all were en route to Mexico to establish a school for brilliant children. The instructions included the impregnation of female members of the community, purchasing children, trading and kidnapping. The Finders were described in a court document as a cult that conducted “brainwashing” and used children “in rituals.” Photographs allegedly showed naked children involved in bloodletting ceremonies of animals and sexual orgies, including a photograph of a child in chains.