Six girls china

Duration: 12min 32sec Views: 574 Submitted: 06.04.2019
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These are external links and will open in a new window. Tesco has suspended production of charity Christmas cards at a factory in China after a six-year-old girl found a message from workers inside one. The note, found by Florence Widdicombe, was allegedly written by prisoners in Shanghai claiming they were "forced to work against our will". Tesco said it was "shocked" by the report, adding: "We would never allow prison labour in our supply chain. The supermarket said it would de-list the supplier of the cards, Zhejiang Yunguang Printing, if it was found to have used prison labour. Florence was writing cards to her school friends when she found that one of them - featuring a kitten with a Santa hat - had already been written in.

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News reporter alixculbertson. A six-year-old girl who found a message from a prisoner in China inside a Tesco Christmas card has said she "thought it was a prank". The message read: "We are foreign prisoners in Shanghai Qingpu prison China. Forced to work against our will. Please help us and notify human rights organisation.
Rapid modernization has enabled China to provide its citizens with improved living standards and increased economic opportunities. Yet this process has yielded uneven gains between men and women. Pronounced wage gaps and imbalanced political representation are just two of the many issues hindering gender equality in China. Working to address these inadequacies is essential for China as it continues its socio-economic development. This progress, however, has been outpaced by the rest of the world.