Training China's female bodyguards


The growing number of wealthy women in China has lead to increased demand for bodyguards - especially if they are female.

The founder of personal security business Guodon, Wen Cui, says many women want the security offered by personal protection, but without the attention a male guard may attract.

Her recruits are put through their paces by former soldiers at a training camp located on a military base - as Martin Patience discovered first hand.

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