Vietnamese Women Promised Jobs in China, Then Sold for a Few Thousand Dollars

By Wang Ruo Yao and Pan on November 21, 2013— “Xiang Xiang came to China three years ago to seek a decent life, only to find that her destination was a brothel. “I have no option but to stay. I don’t have a passport since I was smuggled here, and they are watching me,” said … More Vietnamese Women Promised Jobs in China, Then Sold for a Few Thousand Dollars

VIETNAM: Officials Involved in Abduction, Trafficking, and Sex Slavery of Women, Children

Posted on HeraldOnline.com on November 2, 2013— “Ethnic Hmong, Lao and Montagnard girls, including children, are being abducted and forced into marriage and prostitution at an alarming rate by corrupt government and military officials in Vietnam and Laos according to statements issued jointly today by non-governmental organizations. The Lao Human Rights Council, Inc., (LHRC) and … More VIETNAM: Officials Involved in Abduction, Trafficking, and Sex Slavery of Women, Children

VIETNAM: The Trade of the Underaged

By Lien Hoang on October 2, 2013 — “”It’s basic police work,” said Michael Brosowski describing his activities with the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation, a nongovernmental agency that rescues children working in sweatshops in Vietnam. When it learns about a case of child labour, workers for the agency scout out suspected factories, snoop around posing as, say, … More VIETNAM: The Trade of the Underaged