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Google Maps image Google Maps image. The reason given was that the person in charge of the sexual service establishment had passed away in October of last year, reported Liberty Times. Today Aug. Hsieh pointed out that the police department has also applied for the scrapping of the regulations in accordance with Article 23 of the ordinance, which stipulates that "these autonomous regulations shall come into force on the day of promulgation, and shall be abolished upon the closure of all existing sex trade establishments in the county.
The Yilan County Police Bureau added that after a review by the County Council today, it will again report to the Yilan County Council for deliberation and it will formally announce the abolition of the ordinance following the council's consent. Thereby, Yilan's history of legal prostitution will be brought to a close. In the s, Kangle Lane was dubbed "men's paradise," where several legal brothels ran from 6 a.
Pine Moon House first received a license from police on Jan. By the s, there were more than 30 houses of prostitution lining the narrow alley, reported Liberty Times. In , police data shows that business in the area had declined significantly, with five legal shops still in operation, employing 24 sex workers, reported UDN. However, because the legal license for a brothel cannot be transferred to another party once the owner dies, the license must be turned into officials.
People employed in the sex trade told UDN that the decline on Kangle Lane was due to changing trends, aging of the sex workers, and the influx of foreign women engaged in the illegal sex industry, among other factors. As the government stopped issuing licenses for legal brothels, the businesses slowly started to die out.
By , there were only four or five sex workers in each venue, with an average age of They lived in low-rise buildings, in sharp contrast with the new high-rise buildings that had sprung up around them. CNA quoted a local as saying that brothels needed "an average of 10 guests per day to cover basic utility and rental costs. A hostess surnamed Chang told Liberty Times that unlike independent prostitutes, those at legal establishments needed a license issued by the government.