She turns her Hyundai onto a gravel path, the only access point to the neighborhood and its 8,200 residents, at around noon.
After seeing the 2011 video, she ordered that all Internet connections be registered, and soon the number of connections dropped from about 1,000 to only about 100.
The women do the laundry and cook rice over sooty fire pits.
Scruffy dogs, some that hardly seem alive, lie beneath the trees.
City officials are fighting back in an attempt to prevent sexual exploitation from destroying a generation.