The young well-off Ronnie desires for excitement out of her bored life, she becomes the IT girl among the internet "dating" forums.
Estranged from her family, Lin sees compensated dating as having fun while she's being paid.
They are too naive to feel the danger within, until one of their "workmates" suddenly disappears after a job one day; what comes next is even worst - rumours say that one of their clients is infectted with HIV.
Note: where sources are not listed the information is based on firsthand experience of the authors or we simply can’t be bothered tracking down the citation.
Quite a lot of people thought that Burberry would be worn by the person who mugged them” (co.uk/1/hi/business/4381140accessed August 2014).
Director Kenneth Bi makes one for hire with Girl$, a youth prostitution drama that qualifies as his slickest and most watchable, if not really the best film in his filmography.
Basically a 21st century update on the PR Girls formula, Girl$ follows four different young women and their experiences in the world of compensated dating, where girls are paid to date and not necessarily perform sex acts.
Solar panels are built into the device to encourage kids to get outside more. In China there are sweat shops of workers who perform repetitive mouse-clicking tasks on online games such as World of Warcraft.
The points thereby obtained are sold on Ebay to gamers in the West. Indian women are regularly hired to grow the babies of Western couples.